AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Takes The Lead in Passmark Single Thread Scores

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  1. suty455

    suty455 Master Guru

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    not sure on the 5000 series but I have just upgraded my Wifes PC with a 3900x which is auto boosting to 4.8 on liquid thats 200mhz increase just with PBO this bodes very well for the 5000 which is both faster and more efficient with the same power envelopes
     
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    They are already using a new arch on mobile and i´ve read they are trying to backport it to 14nm for descktop. Don´t know how much of this is really going to happen.
     
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    so they are still using old architure on desktop cpu, ? mobile tech mean nothing to me when comes to desktop/pc atlest when it come to cpu/gpu/

    Atthis point in time is all about price to performance ratio and AMD is winning that though I seen AMD been raising prices
     
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    There are some people that already have 5600X, they got them supplied by mistake , benchmarks are popping on Youtube.
     

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    That thing just smacks everything.
     
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    AMD already took the crown for multithreaded performance, it's gaming and the sheer power of 1 core (a mix of clockspeed & IPC) that they were still struggling with. These are basically sneak peaks saying AMD now finally beats Intel on all fronts.

    Though for pure gaming, this isn't much of an upgrade for 9900K or 10900K users, but it's a full on no brainer now for people buying a new CPU now. Unless... the 5000 series has a lot of OC headroom :x
     

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