AMD Ryzen 2600 Benchmark Spotted

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    As you guys know, AMD is to release the Ryzen 2000 or let's just call it Zen+ In April. In January the Ryzen 5 2600 already surfaced in the SiSoft Sandra database. The entry showed a processor call...

    AMD Ryzen 2600 Benchmark Spotted
     
  2. Nebula

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    Ryzen 2600 vs 1600:
    Single Core: 3,8 : 3,6 GHz = 1,055 The turbo core clock is about 5,5% higher.
    Scores (Single Core) 4269 : 3636 Points = 1,174 The score is about 17,4% higher.
    Multi Core: 3,4 : 3,2 GHz = 1,062 The base clock is about 6,25% higher.
    Scores (Multi Core) 20102 : 17773 Points = 1,131 The score is about 13,1% higher.

    if you count 17,4 - 5,5 you have about performance increase for the single core.
    if you count 11,3 - 6,25 you have about 5,06% performance increase.

    So were looking at 5-13% IPC increase and for all of us better overclockability, so with 4,2-4,4GHz we should look at about 8-17% performance increase with lower/or same wattage.

    And I think if they optimize it a little bit more, we could even get a little bit more performance and higher clocks, so it could be a banger.^^

    Lets go AMD
     
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  3. ZXRaziel

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    As expected , nice little performance jump , not long to wait now .
     
  4. Rakanoth

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    I can't wait to see the fully confirmed results.
     

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    Aura89 Ancient Guru

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    I just want the x470 motherboards to release, i'm tired of the nonsense i'm going through with my asus crosshair hero VI
     
  6. fl2015

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    Here's what I get on my 1600 dropped down to 3.8 ghz https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/7106573, if the 2600 uses a 3.8ghz single core turbo boost then the single core performance doesn't look too impressive.

    Multicore on the other hand looks to be improved as it seems to be matching my OC'ed 1600 at stock... but isn't that kind of the opposite to what people were asking AMD for?

    Of course if it's capable of 4.2ghz plus with ease then that's kind of a moot point but nothing's been confirmed for max achievable clock speeds & too much speculation/hype only leads to disappointment once the SKU's launch.
     
  7. Kaarme

    Kaarme Maha Guru

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    After the results from the recent APU, I won't be expecting much OC progress at all.
     
  8. FrostNixon

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    So the IPC has increased. If the clocks can reach 4.5, this would put it on the same IPC and clocks as intel pretty much for a lower price, or am I mistaken?
     
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    Scores (Multi Core) 20102 : 17773 Points = 1,131 The score is about 13,1% higher. :)
     
  10. CPC_RedDawn

    CPC_RedDawn Ancient Guru

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    What nonsense? I have this board and its fantastic.
     

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    No matter which bios i try, no matter what memory settings i do, i have had a constant issue with cold boot many times deciding to not boot the OS, of which i'll have to reset the PC, or shut it fully down again, and then it'll, hopefully, maybe boot up.
     
  12. Kaarme

    Kaarme Maha Guru

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    Oh. Then I stand corrected and will be more hopeful. Thanks for the correction!
     
  13. RzrTrek

    RzrTrek Maha Guru

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    Looks like I will be holding on to my i5 until Ryzen 3.
     
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    then it is something wrong with the board or any other component , you should test and investigate to find out what is causing problem and make RMA claim
     
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    Other people have this issue as well, RMA never helps.

    It's a fairly common issue.
     

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    it would certainly be nice if AMD can close the IPC gap to Intel, and ideally keeping the same pricing that they used with the 1st gen Ryzen.
     
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    [​IMG] At least in Geekbench at same clocks the Ryzen 1.Gen is on par with Intel 6-7th Gen or a little bit better, so it should exactly be on par with the 8th Gen. Cinebench is not the same and there should be a test where Ryzen goes against Bulldozer, 6th,7th and 8th Gen Intel CPUs.
     
  18. Elder III

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    This looks like a nice little bump in performance, it just remains to be seen if the overclocking potential is ~10% better as well.
     
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    Which bios version is being used? Supposedly the cold boot bug was put to bed since version 3008. Since then version 1501, 1502, and currently 6001 has been released and have not read any new or continuing issues regard it. Only means I have not read anything about it since. Why I am surprised it still is an issue. RAM compatibility supposedly has improved as well. For me anything since version 3008 has been a no go. Compared to my M3A32-MVP this board has been a dream. Then again that has just been my experience. Personally will be holding out till the following series is released or 3600 ram speed has been confirmed by more than a select few with a "golden" chip.
     
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    Looks good, let's see how 2700 / 2800x will perform. If 4.4 will be achievable on AIO I'd call it a Major achievement.
     

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