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The New AMD Ryzen 5 7600X Zen4 6 Cores Beate The Ryzen 9 5950X With 16 Cores ?


AMD Ryzen 7000 6-core CPU with 4.4 GHz clock and Gigabyte X670E motherboard spotted together Is AMD Ryzen 5 7600X?

A designing example of Ryzen 7000 CPU shows up in a BaseMark data set.

The outcome includes an AMD processor with an OPN code of "100-000000593-20_Y" has been found
by hardware leaker @TUM_APISAK. This product code has not yet been seen before, so it is hard to pinpoint the exact SKU that this engineering sample might be in a retail version, however, we do know it’s a 6-core SKU, and it was tested using Gigabyte X670 AORUS Master motherboard.

Since this board only supports a next-gen AM5 socket, the likelihood of this being an AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU is very high. This processor was tested alongside an NVIDIA GA104-based GPU which is a workstation RTX A4000 model.
An upcoming AMD Ryzen 7000 processor has just appeared in an early benchmark on Basemark. It’s most likely an engineering sample of the mid-range Ryzen 5 7600X, paired with a new Gigabyte X670E Aorus Master motherboard.

Although it’s still early days, the CPU did a great job in the benchmark, managing to outperform the current Zen 3 flagship — the Ryzen 9 5950X.



The processor sports an expansion in the joined store size contrasted with its ancestor, the Ryzen 5 5600X. The new Zen 4 CPU will have 32MB of L3 store and 6MB of L2 reserve, amounting to a sum of 38MB. While the current-gen Ryzen 5 5600X likewise has 32MB of L3 store, it has a more modest L2 reserve. There's likewise a distinction in clock speeds between the two — the Ryzen 5 5600X has a base clock of 3.7GHz versus the 4.4GHz seen in this design example.


This may be our most memorable glance at the AMD Ryzen 7 7600X. The benchmark results found on Basemark centre around the presentation of the Nvidia RTX A4000 GPU that the processor was matched with. Nonetheless, @Harukaze5719 on Twitter gave presentation measurements to the CPU, and the numbers are surely encouraging.

PassMark tests are not very popular these days, but with no effort, @harukaze5719 found a very similar test featuring Zen3-based Ryzen 9 5950X SKU. In this case, the alleged Ryzen 7 7600X CPU is actually faster, despite being in an engineering state and reportedly running at 4.4 GHz.


The latest bits of gossip propose AMD Ryzen 7000 series could now show up as soon as August this year. AMD has not yet imparted any press occasion and made arrangements for the following month. In September, Intel will have its Innovation engineer discussion, where thirteenth Gen Core "Raptor Lake" CPUs are probably going to be reported.

Source:  VideocardzBasemark & Digitaltrends via @TUM_APISAK@harukze5719


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