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Cinebench R23 performance on AMD Ryzen 9 7950X appears to be far better than previously reported without requiring 360 mm AIO cooling
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Cinebench R23 performance on AMD Ryzen 9 7950X appears to be far better than previously reported without requiring 360 mm AIO cooling

According to rumours, the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X and Core i9-13900K have already engaged in a single-core and multi-core task duel. The Ryzen 9 7950X, however, behind the Intel Core i9-13900K in latest Cinbench R23 results for multi-threaded activities. Now, a couple of Tweets from trustworthy leaker Greymon55 seek to allay Ryzen 9 7950X's performance and heat issues.OneRaichu discovered that the Ryzen 9 7950X experienced thermal throttling on the first Cinebench R23 run. The CPU was only able to attain a score of 37,452 points with a 360 mm AIO water block since the chip may reach 95°C. Serial leaker Greymon55 rejects these findings and blames the BIOS for the Ryzen 9 7950X's subpar multi-core performance in comparison to the Core i9-13900K and high temperatures.According to Greym...
Userbench’s database places AMD Ryzen 7 7600X first, surpassing Core i9-12900KS and i7-12700K
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Userbench’s database places AMD Ryzen 7 7600X first, surpassing Core i9-12900KS and i7-12700K

Ironically, AMD's Ryzen 5 7600X has risen to the top of the Userbench despite the latter's criticism of the Zen family in the form of crude and unprofessional comments. The Zen 4 lineup's upcoming release, though, has taken UB off guard. The hex-core Raphael chip has climbed to the top of the UB database's "Effective Speed" ratings thanks to a leaked benchmark. This test simply shows whether a processor has a single core or two cores, to put it simply.With its forthcoming chips, AMD has mostly concentrated on IPC and core clocks, therefore UB's rating criteria have bitten AMD in the arse. This time, AMD will lead in lightly threaded workloads like gaming and multimedia while Intel will excel in multi-threaded workloads like simulations and content creation. In just two generations...
Leaked AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU Specs: 170W Power Draw, 80MB Cache, and a Boost Clock of Up to 5.7GHz
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Leaked AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU Specs: 170W Power Draw, 80MB Cache, and a Boost Clock of Up to 5.7GHz

The whole list of features for AMD's Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 CPUs has been revealed. Up to 16 cores with a single-boost frequency of 5.7GHz and 80MB of total cache will be present in the 5nm processors. The operating frequencies have significantly increased but the core counts have stayed the same. The Ryzen 9 5950X, for instance, has a base and (single-core) boost clock of 3.4GHz and 4.9GHz, whilst the 7950X will reach its maximum frequency of 5.7GHz.The TDP will increase to 170W (base) and 230W, and the L2 cache will go from 8MB (512KB per core) to 16MB (1MB per core) (PPT). The Zen 3 flagship, by contrast, has a base TDP of 105W and a boost limit of 141W. With regard to the Ryzen 9 7900X, the L2 cache has been reduced to 12MB along with six of the cores, and it has a base clock ...