Ahead of its November 5 launch, the Zen3’s cheapest Ryzen 5,5600X debuted in Cinebench. First look at the Cinebench R15, this Rye 5 5600X overclocked to full-core 4.7GHz, and finally single-threaded 258cb, multi-threaded 2040cb. The test platform configuration includes 16GB DDR4-3200 memory (C14 timing), Asus ROG Crosshair VIII HERO motherboard, and voltage 1.256V.
Taking Anandtech’s data for comparison, the Rye 5 5600X single thread actually surpassed the Ryron 7 3700X (204cb plus 2112cb) and the multithreaded one was almost close.
Compare the Core i7-10700K of the Intel 8 core, single-threaded 217cb, multi-threaded 2005cb. As for the Rye 5 3600XT and Core i5-10600K, the results are even lower, 210cb/1639cb and 206cb/1428cb, respectively.
In other words, the 5600X is 25% faster than the 10600K single thread and 42% faster than the multithreaded. Compared to the 3600XT of the Zen2 architecture of the last generation, single-threaded is 22% faster and multithreaded is 25% faster.
Then look at Cinebench R20,5600X single-threaded 609 points, multithreaded 4746 points.
The Rye 7 3700X is 509/4836, core i7-10700K is 518/4870, Rye dragon 5 3600XT is 521/3719, core i5-10600K is 498/3570.
That is, the 5600X is 33% faster than the 10600K multithreaded and 27% faster than the 3600X.
It’s worth noting that the Ryzen 5 5600X is the cheapest of the Zen3’s debut CPUs, with Bank of China suggesting a retail price of 2,129 yuan.