Benchmarks for Intel's Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core CPUs have leaked

Benchmarks for Intel's Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core CPUs have leaked

Benchmarks for Intel's Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core CPUs have leaked

Benchmarks for Intel's Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core CPUs have leaked

 
Intel's Skylake-X series of CPUs are coming, with the new X299 CPU socket and core counts that are rumoured to be as high as 12 cores and 24 threads.  
 
Now some benchmarking data for two Intel Skylake-X CPUs have surfaced online, with results for a 10-core and a 12-core model appearing on UserBenchmark's database. These two CPUs are rumoured to be called the i9 7920X (12-core) and the i9 7900X (10-core), though at this time it is unknown if these results are from retail models or earlier engineering samples. 

  

Benchmarks for Intel's Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core CPUs have leaked

 

Looking at these results (above and below) we can see that the 10-core model offers very similar results to our own i7 6950X (10-core), coming with similar single-core performance and slightly higher multi-core performance. 

The 12-core model offers similar performance to our overclocked i7 6950X in multi-core performance and less single-core performance, which is what we would expect from a CPU that runs at lower clocks and offers a higher core count. Sadly we cannot offer a more in-depth comparison as these results will come from a very different test configuration than what we used in out original CPU reviews.  

Sadly we cannot offer a more in-depth comparison as these results will come from a very different test configuration than what we used in out original CPU reviews. Beyond this, the 12-core results shown here come with much higher single-core performance than the 10-core results, hinting that the 12-core system either offers higher single-core boost clock speeds or is coming with a significant overclock.  

  
Benchmarks for Intel's Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core CPUs have leaked

(Please note that no boost clock is listed, is it disabled?)

 

As always, these leaked results should not be taken as legitimate retail Skylake-X results until official reviews are live, as it is unknown what clock speeds or configuration these CPUs are used with. 

 

You can join the discussion on these Skylake-X 10-core and 12-core benchmark results on the OC3D Forums

 

  

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15-05-2017, 09:26:20

AlienALX
Like Kaap said, fishy as a mermaid's snatch.Quote

15-05-2017, 09:48:29

Avet
I assume i9 CPUs will clock much higher than the Haswell-e. But if they stripped them off their grunt, they will be leveled.Quote

15-05-2017, 15:20:05

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Like Kaap said, fishy as a mermaid's snatch.
That had me in stitches (and spewing at the same time)!! Thanks for that!Quote
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