AMD is launching the Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor based on the new Zen 3 architecture on November 5, and benchmark scores for multiple processor SKUs are beginning to be exposed on the network. Recently, for example, @TUM_APISAK, a well-known source, shared the Cinebench R15 running score of the 6-core/12-thread AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor on Twitter.
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The test platform it uses is the Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Hero (C8H) motherboard, which has an acceleration frequency of 4.7GHz and a voltage set to 1.256V, supplemented by memory in the DDR4-3200 CL14 timing.
As for the competitiveness that interests you most, the leaked benchmark results also show that the Rye Dragon R5-5600X is pressing the Intel Core i5-10600K, or even the i7-10700K, in both multithreaded and single-core performance tests.
A more detailed list of CineBench R15 benchmark scores is shared on the AnandTech website
In a single-threaded benchmark, the Rye Dragon R5-5600X scored 258 points on a project that Intel traditionally dominated. By contrast, the Core i5-10600K scored only 206 points.
The Rye Dragon R5-5600X leads the i5-10600K by up to 25% despite lower power consumption for both primary and thermal designs (TDP – 60W).
In multithreaded benchmarking projects, the R5-5600X integrates and builds on the Rye Dragon family of multi-core processors — scoring 2040 points, up to 42% ahead of Core i5-10600K’s 1428 points.
The next-generation Rye Dragon R5-5600X also has 22% and 25% advantages over its previous generation of Rye Dragon R5-3600X processors on single-threaded/multithreaded benchmarking projects, respectively.
Compared to the 8-core/16-threaded Rye Dragon R7-3700X, the Rye Dragon R5-5600X also leads significantly in single-threaded performance (258 vs. 204) and multithreaded performance (2112 vs. 2040).
As for Intel’s Core i7-10700K, its single-core/multithreaded performance is also only a shame at 217/ 2005 points (Rye Dragon R5-3600X is 258 / 2112 points).
Previously, we’ve seen the Cinebench R20 benchmark score for the R5-5600X, which is known to have a single-core/multithreaded score of 609/4745 for this 6-core /12-threaded desktop processor, surpassing core i5-10600K and Ryron R5-3600XT.
Compared to the Rye Dragon R7-3700X and Core i7-10700K, the Rye Dragon R5-5600X leads on single-threaded workloads, but still has a slight advantage over multithreaded workloads. For more surprises, be patient and wait for the official launch of the Rye 5000 Series desktop processor on November 5.