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    AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    It's geekbench, I'd probably wait for some other benchmarks before making any solid conclusion... geekbench just doesn't seem that 'reliable' when it comes to comparing between brands imo.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    A TDP of under 50W for a desktop CPU would always be welcome !
    Although I'm not sure how AMD's configurable TDP works.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    The article say that is on par with the i7 8700k a $364 on amazon right now while the Ryzen 5 will sell for $199.
    Not sure what have you smoked.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    From the looks of things, the Ryzen 6 is still 10% slower than the 8700k
    8700k Geekbench of 5885 vs Ryzen 6 5390
    Maybe the Zen2 isn't going to take the single threaded IPC performance crown after all?

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by 00oceanic View Post
    From the looks of things, the Ryzen 6 is still 10% slower than the 8700k
    8700k Geekbench of 5885 vs Ryzen 6 5390
    Maybe the Zen2 isn't going to take the single threaded IPC performance crown after all?
    Isn't the 3600 7% slower than the 3800x.

    Will wait for the final real reviews, but overall seems close enough either slightly up or down for what is less money and more cores.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by 00oceanic View Post
    From the looks of things, the Ryzen 6 is still 10% slower than the 8700k
    8700k Geekbench of 5885 vs Ryzen 6 5390
    Maybe the Zen2 isn't going to take the single threaded IPC performance crown after all?
    the 8700K is clocked 20% higher which makes the Ryzen the IPC winner, its just that the 7nm process wont clock as high as Intels 14nm++++++ but i doubt we'll see a process clock that high again which is why Intel cant release a new desktop chip on 10nm as they dont seem to be able to clock it high enough to beat its older 14nm chips.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by 00oceanic View Post
    From the looks of things, the Ryzen 6 is still 10% slower than the 8700k
    8700k Geekbench of 5885 vs Ryzen 6 5390
    Maybe the Zen2 isn't going to take the single threaded IPC performance crown after all?
    You do realise it's a non x chip running at max 4.2Ghz right? Of course it's not gna beat an 8700k at that clock speed.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    It's a non x chip and we don't know what speed ram he was using or anything else.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Meanwhile this same 3rd gen Ryzen processor's single-core score matches the likes of the 8-core i7-7820X and the 18-core Intel Core i9-9980XE in GeekBench tests.
    So zen2 at 4.2 GHz beats skylake at 4.3-4.4 GHz? Back of the envelope math based on that suggests that zen2 at 4.8 GHz would beat a 5 GHz skylake, so the overclocking performance will be interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by albert89 View Post
    A TDP of under 50W for a desktop CPU would always be welcome !
    Although I'm not sure how AMD's configurable TDP works.
    Athlons offer that (35W), and it must be possible to slightly downclock&undervolt one of the 65 W chips to hit 50 W if you fancy tinkering

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    Can't you read? --> "this same 3rd gen Ryzen processor's single-core score matches the likes of the ... ... 18-core Intel Core i9-9980XE in GeekBench tests"!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    Not forgetting that this AMD is running only at 65W - which is only roughly about 50% the power consumption of the comparable Intel CPUs that it matches!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by preter_s View Post
    Can't you read? --> "this same 3rd gen Ryzen processor's single-core score matches the likes of the ... ... 18-core Intel Core i9-9980XE in GeekBench tests"!
    Quote Originally Posted by preter_s View Post
    Not forgetting that this AMD is running only at 65W - which is only roughly about 50% the power consumption of the comparable Intel CPUs that it matches!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by preter_s View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    Can't you read? --> "this same 3rd gen Ryzen processor's single-core score matches the likes of the ... ... 18-core Intel Core i9-9980XE in GeekBench tests"!
    I keep seeing this, and it's a bullrubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish figure to quote tbh. The i9-9980XE, whilst being a very expensive and powerful high core count CPU, does not score that amazingly in single threaded benchmarks. It's just a sensational sounding quote. It would make much more sense to compare single threaded scores against a 9700k or 9900k.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 spotted in UserBenchMark, GeekBench

    Quote Originally Posted by Noxious89123 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by preter_s View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    This seems a little worrying, that's still quite far behind the results of the 9th gen Intel. I hope these are just bad engineering samples else it's making Zen 2 out to be still quite inferior :/
    Can't you read? --> "this same 3rd gen Ryzen processor's single-core score matches the likes of the ... ... 18-core Intel Core i9-9980XE in GeekBench tests"!
    I keep seeing this, and it's a bullrubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish figure to quote tbh. The i9-9980XE, whilst being a very expensive and powerful high core count CPU, does not score that amazingly in single threaded benchmarks. It's just a sensational sounding quote. It would make much more sense to compare single threaded scores against a 9700k or 9900k.
    Why you so upset, its just a few numbers on what may not be a retail sample on an unknown system/ram setup.

    The short of it here is the Zen 2 IPC has seen a very healthy boost, exactly where it is going to land compared to your precious 9700k. The point is its going to be close enough if not better while offering more cores at less money, what's not to like?

    Likewise if you don't like it, pay for intel, then AMD IPC figures won't make your chosen intel cpu any faster or slower.

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