Header Ads Widget

Ryzen 9 7950X results hit the Geekbench database, and they are worse than the engineering Core i9-13900K

Ryzen 9 7950X results hit the Geekbench database, and they are worse than the engineering Core i9-13900K

Geekbench synthetic test database has posted performance test results for the flagship 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X processor.
Previously reported performance in the same benchmark of the junior six-core Ryzen 5 7600X model.Image source: AMDRyzen 9 7950X was tested on ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme motherboard paired with 32GB of DDR5-6000 RAM.
As part of the test, the processor automatically overclocked to 5759 MHz, just above the manufacturer's claimed 5.7 GHz.
Ryzen 9 7950X has 16 physical cores with support for 32 virtual threads.
The same number of cores have still current flagship processors AMD Ryzen 9 5950X and Intel Core i9-12900K.
At the same time the new AMD chip has fewer cores than the future flagship Core i9-13900K processor.
The latter will be equipped with 24 physical cores, but 16 of them are energy efficient and do not support Hyper-Threading.Ryzen 9 7950X specifications.
Source: Geekbanksh In the single-core performance test, the Ryzen 9 7950X scored 2,217 points.
This is just below the result announced by AMD itself (pictured below).
Multi-core performance index of the chip is 24,396 points.AMD declared Ryzen 7000 processor performanceMost models of future Intel Core 13th generation processors have already been tested in this benchmark (though, as engineering and qualification samples), the results of new AMD product can be compared with them.Ryzen 9 7950X performance.
Source: GeekbenchThe most recent entry in the Geekbench 5 database shows single-core performance of the Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake series is 4.4 percent better.
The multi-core performance of the Intel chip is 8.8 percent higher than the Ryzen 9 7950X.
At the same time, the new AMD processor is 31 and 47.8% faster in single-threaded and multi-threaded tasks than the Ryzen 9 5950X, and 14.5% and 41.2% faster in the same tests than the Core i9-12900K.Image source: VideoCardzIt should be recalled again that only engineering and qualification samples of 13th generation Intel Core processors took part in Geekbench tests.
This means that their final performance figure may differ from the performance of the off-the-shelf consumer variants.

Post a Comment

0 Comments