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Alleged Ryzen 9 5900X CPU-Z Scores Leak - Impressive Performance Gains

Zen 3 should offer significant performance gains

Alleged Ryzen 9 5900X CPU-Z Scores Leak - Impressive Performance Gains

Alleged Ryzen 9 5900X CPU-Z Scores Leak - Impressive Performance Gains

AMD's due to reveal its Zen 3 architecture on October 8th, revealing to the world the next generation of Ryzen processors and the performance leaps that it will deliver to consumers. 

Today, an alleged CPU-Z benchmark result for AMD's 12-core Ryzen 9 5900X have leaked online through the Chinese Forum Baidu, via @9550pro on Twitter. This benchmarking data reveals large single-threaded and multi-threaded performance gains for AMD's upcoming Ryzen processors. These performance increases could be enough for AMD to definitively gain the single-threaded performance crown from Intel. 

With single-threaded and multi-threaded scores of 652.8 and 9481.8, AMD's Ryzen 9 5900X offers 25.05% and 15.7% performance gains over the company's Ryzen 9 3900X respectively. Our single-threaded and multi-threaded Ryzen 9 3900X scores come from the CPU-Z benchmark database

At this time, AMD has not confirmed how Zen 3 delivers major performance gains over Zen 2, be it via increased clock speeds, redesigned aspects of their Zen cores or both. Next week, AMD should reveal this information to the public. 

Alleged Ryzen 9 5900X CPU-Z Scores Leak - Impressive Performance Gains 


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01-10-2020, 08:02:27

MiNo
How does it compare to Intels offerings? Do they match single core performance?

The first score I found for a i9-10900 is 643 but I have no clue if that is representative for that CPU or not.

If it is, then I suppose it is good that AMD finally matches Intel ... but Intels has been on the market for some time and is on 14(++++) node. So just matching when being newer AND rocking 7nm is hardly impressive. If they use (much) less power to get the same performance, then I will say that is a big thing though, for anyone who cares about how much energy we use. Not sure how many we are though...Quote

01-10-2020, 08:16:34

Warchild
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Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
How does it compare to Intels offerings? Do they match single core performance?

The first score I found for a i9-10900 is 643 but I have no clue if that is representative for that CPU or not.

If it is, then I suppose it is good that AMD finally matches Intel ... but Intels has been on the market for some time and is on 14(++++) node. So just matching when being newer AND rocking 7nm is hardly impressive. If they use (much) less power to get the same performance, then I will say that is a big thing though, for anyone who cares about how much energy we use. Not sure how many we are though...
According to leaks, it performance up to 16% faster than the 10900kQuote

01-10-2020, 08:43:43

MiNo
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According to leaks, it performance up to 16% faster than the 10900k
I'm more into the 'at least xxx% better'. Not fault on your part, but 'up to' is essentially meaningless. It can be in a workload type that is never executed in real life.Quote

01-10-2020, 08:48:14

Warchild
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Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
I'm more into the 'at least xxx% better'. Not fault on your part, but 'up to' is essentially meaningless. It can be in a workload type that is never executed in real life.
Well that is the thing with leaks. Wording is vague or chosen very careful to prevent blowback. No site can claim "performance = xx or over xx%" because if they are wrong, their reputation is tarnished very, very quickly.

We can only comment on what we see. Leaks are just guesstimates for me. Reviews and actual benches with proper drivers are the selling point. However it feels like these last few months, all leaks from the sites I peruse have been accurate. Especially on the RTX 30xx shortages, performance, pricing. And then there is the leaked 3090 benchmarks which surprised me but were correct and downright disappointing.Quote

01-10-2020, 09:30:51

MiNo
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Well that is the thing with leaks. Wording is vague or chosen very careful to prevent blowback. No site can claim "performance = xx or over xx%" because if they are wrong, their reputation is tarnished very, very quickly.

We can only comment on what we see. Leaks are just guesstimates for me. Reviews and actual benches with proper drivers are the selling point. However it feels like these last few months, all leaks from the sites I peruse have been accurate. Especially on the RTX 30xx shortages, performance, pricing. And then there is the leaked 3090 benchmarks which surprised me but were correct and downright disappointing.
True. Good thing is that there now are several 'serious' review sites (including this one) so it is very much possible to quickly get real and hard data once reviews are out and we don't have to rely on marketing material !

If AMD indeed takes the Single Thread performance lead then I cannot wait to see what intel does. Or if they CAN do anything... I mean, there are no arguments left other than "it's the platform you have used for many years". While that may be true, it will hardly be enough for the majority. I have not been on AMD since Athlon (!) because they were always slower. I want the performance for games, and that performance has always been plenty for 'productivity'. For the same reason, I could not care less that i get 10 extra free cores with AMD systems. They would just sit there doing noting and my games would run slightly slower. But that could all change now. Exciting times.Quote
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