Another day, another Ryzen 3000 benchmark leak. The latest numbers come from El Chapuzas Informatico and pertain to the AMD Ryzen 5 3600. While it wasn’t tested on an X570 motherboard, the results suggest the chip is comparable to the Ryzen 7 1700X.
You can find all the benchmarks (e.g., wPrime, Cinebench, AIDA64) at the Spanish tech site, which went ahead with an early review. But here’s an idea of how the Ryzen 5 3600 handles modern games.
This leak comes from the Spanish site El Chapuzas Informatico and before you get too excited, there are a few things which might throw any results off – if they are real at all. First of all, they didn’t have an X570 motherboard to test the chip with and used an X470 instead. While it is compatible with the right BIOS update, there are issues. For example, the people who leaked this couldn’t overclock the CPU without it freezing the system. On the plus side, they did use fast memory with a speed of 3200MHz which the Ryzen series loves.