AMD will release the new Ryzen 3000XT series enhanced processor on June 16, and on July 7th the three-generation Ryzen will be on its first anniversary, including the Ryzen 9 3900XT, the Ryzen 7 3800XT, and the Ryzen 5 3600XT, the only suspense being how much frequency can be increased. 3DMark gives less optimistic data, and in the CPU-Monkey database, the frequency of the three new Umodels is consistent with earlier rumors, with a top acceleration of more than 4.0GHz, a maximum acceleration of 4.8GHz, and a complete CineBench R15/R20 single-core, multi-core running score.
Ryzen 9 3900XT:
12 core 24 thread, reference frequency 4.1GHz, full core acceleration 4.6GHz, single-core acceleration 4.8GHz, thermal design power consumption 105W.
CineBench R15 single core 226 points, multi-core 3297 points, CineBench R20 single core 542 points, multi-core 7479 points.
This represents a 4-6% increase in the Ryzen 9 3900X single core and a 6% increase in the multi-core.
Ryzen 7 3800XT:
8 core 16 thread, reference frequency 4.2GHz, full core acceleration 4.5GHz, single-core acceleration 4.7GHz, thermal design power consumption 105W.
CineBench R15 single core 217 points, multi-core 2317 points, CineBench R20 single core 531 points, multi-core 5297 points.
Compared to the Ryzen 7 3800X single core increase of 4%, multi-core increase of 7%.
Ryzen 5 3600XT:
6 core 12 thread, reference frequency 4.0GHz, full core acceleration 4.5GHz, single core acceleration 4.7GHz, thermal design power consumption 95W.
CineBench R15 single core 217 points, multi-core 1757 points, CineBench R20 single core 531 points, multi-core 4007 points.
Compared to the Ryzen 5 3600X single core increase of 6%, multi-core increase of 7%.
At first glance, the magnitude of the increase is small, but relatively considerable, rye Dragon 3000XT series of single-core performance has been able to collectively surpass the i9-9900K/i9-9900KS, and second only to the latest ten generation i9-10900K, completely reverse the Sharpen single-core performance “inadequate” situation.
Multi-core performance ranking changeist, the only standout is that the Ryzen 7 3800XT has been slightly ahead of the i9-9900KS.
Fast Tech Desktop CPU Ladder List: CineBench R20 Single Core
Fast Tech Desktop CPU Ladder List: CineBench R20 Multi Core