The upcoming Ryzen 5 7600X should offer up to 40 percent more performance compared to the current Ryzen 5 5600X.
The upcoming Ryzen 5 7600X could prove to be a good upgrade option.
AMD introduced the new Ryzen 7000 processors a few days ago. However, clear benchmarks were still missing. Now, at least in the case of the Ryzen 5 7600X six-core processor, there are concrete indications of its performance.
The new Zen 4 CPU achieves between 2092 and 2174 points (single core) and 11337 to 11369 points (multi core) with a boost clock of 5.395 GHz.
Also in games a clear advantage
If you compare the Ryzen 5 5600X six-core processor, which is still up-to-date, the Ryzen 5 7600X offers around 36 percent more performance on one core, and even 39 percent more on all cores. This also coincides with the official benchmarks that AMD has published for games like “F1 2021”, “Shadow of Mordor” or “Rainbow Six Siege”. In other games, however, the speed advantage of the new CPU can be found in the single digits.
Fight price of $300
Either way, the Ryzen 5 7600X could be a good choice for upgraders. In the base clock, the upcoming six-core processor works with 4.7 GHz, in the boost 5.3 GHz are possible. AMD specifies the TDP as 105 watts. The integrated 38 MB cache should make the CPU competitive with the current Intel processors. There is also an integrated GPU based on RDNA2 and support for DDR5-5200 memory modules. Considering the price of $299, that would be quite an interesting proposition. The new AMD CPU Ryzen 5 7600X should be available in stores from September 27th.
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