Core i5-12600K CPU-Z Scores Show promising 50% Higher Multi-Threaded Perf over i5-11600K

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    kakiharaFRS Master Guru

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    don't care about MT for gaming but if that ST score translates into fps on cpu bottlenecked games I might have to go back to Intel for gaming
    this might give 6900xt and 3090 a boost too as those cards are almost too fast for our cpus
     
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    It really feels like showing a benchmark where the number of threads doesn't scale based on the threads on the CPU is a bad multithreaded benchmark.
     
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    Was this due from DDR5?
     

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    Or maybe you forgot about the "E" cores and the fact that they would bring the multithreaded score down.
     
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    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    My 5600x. That multi seems a bit sketch.
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    Hi folks don't mind little old me, just here for those clown tears.
     
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    My 5800x got more than that it's basic a box of things not only cpu matters
     
  9. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    No crap, its a 8 core cpu.
     
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    IT has more threads more cores , it will be a lot faster in synth benchmarks . Let's wait for gaming performance which challenges different things , especially memory subsystem and cache.
     

  11. Imglidinhere

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    Am I blind? I don't see the 5600X in the multithreaded listing here, also yeah those are notably low scores for the Single-Threaded Zen 3 items. I commonly see people nailing 680 1T scores, which is still notably slower than what Alder Lake is reporting... but Rocket Lake shows as having a higher single core performance and broadly performs worse in games than the 10th gen parts.

    I will wait until actual reviews come out. This is outright stupid at this point. The sheer number of times I've had to look at a CPUz benchmark is beyond counting. When did these benches become relevant on any level and wasn't it Intel that pushed the narrative on "real world benchmarks" over things like Blender (which is absolutely relevant but I digress) and Cinebench?
     
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    If these are real, it means a 13% increase over Zen3. On average.
    That means it will probably tie with Zen3+ with 3D vcache.

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    I'm gonna try grab an Alder lake next week, won't be fussed if i don't succeed sure as hell won't be getting a gpu after the price hike recently after BTC shot up.
    Just get a cpu next week and mobo next month, completion January.(onboard gpu)
     
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    why is 5900x missing from Multi but not in single core?
    Intel at it's best
     
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    Funny how an i5 makes 5800x irrelevant, not to mention 5600x (direct competitor)
    All good :)
     

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    Not gonna lie, I expected at least ~20% across the board. Not quite as impressive as I hoped. Oh well, I'm not due for an upgrade anyway.
     
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    Since we're moving towards 4k gaming (even 2k) I doubt there is going to be 20%+ in most titles.
    In 4k there is little to no difference between last 4 generations ...
     
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    I didn't. Total amount of threads on the CPU is 16.
    And your comment makes no sense. 4 fewer cores is much worse than 4 cores that underperform.

    I don't know the particulars of this bench software but if it averages the performance across the used cores/threads than it's intel's fault for picking the most idiotic benchmark in existence.
    And if it was a battery & perf/W sort of thing, if adding the E cores decreases that number than the E cores are crap to begin with.
     
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    Its a complete new cpu design with performance cores, in the past the cores wasn't separated so it's normal a new thing becomes better than the old ones
     
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    Wonder is the scalper bots will eat them all up in 2 seconds flat?
     

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