As AMD officially unveils the Zen 3 architecture on October 8, information about the next generation of Ryzen desktop processors is emerging. Recently, the suspected AMD Rye Dragon 9 5900X CPU-Z running score came out. It is said to be the Rye 9 5900X because the identified OPN number matches the rumor. In terms of performance, the single-core 652 and multi-core 9481 are 27% and 74% ahead of the Rye 7 3700X, and 20% and 14% ahead of the Rye 9 3900X, respectively.
According to Guru3D’s CPU-Z single-core ladder chart, the margin ahead of Intel’s single-core king i9-9900KS is 11%.
At the same time, the Cinebench R20 single-core ladder list also appeared a large number of AMD Rye Dragon 5000 processor results, Rye Dragon 9 5950X recognized as 16 cores, 3.7 to 4.9GHz, single thread 619 points, ahead of Intel 11 generation Core, ranked first.
The Rye 9 5900X is identified as 12 cores, 3.8 to 4.8GHz, Rye Dragon 7 5800X as 8 cores, 4.0 to 4.8GHz, Rye 5 5600X as 6 cores, 4.0 to 4.6 GHz.
AmD’s previous IPC growth rate for Zen3 was 15%, which appears to be stress-free.