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More benchmark scores have surfaced for some of AMD’s next-generation Ryzen processors.

According to new alleged results shared by hardware leaker Greymon55 today, the Ryzen 5 7600X will be capable of scoring over 1,900 points and 15,100 points in Cinebench R23’s single-core and multi-core tests, respectively, while its more powerful sibling, the Ryzen 7 7700X, will be capable of scoring over 2,000 points and 19,800 points in those same tests.

Here’s how these Zen 4 processors stack up to some of the current (and future) options, according to comparisons shared by VideoCardz, which also provided an explainer as to why CPU-Z leaks haven’t shown up yet, based on tidbits from harukaze5719:

Image: VideoCardz

Those wondering why we have not seen CPU-Z leaks featuring Ryzen 7000 CPUs yet, is actually simple. In its current state, Ryzen CPUs reportedly have problem fishing the full benchmark. This might be solved soon as AMD releases an updated BIOS, however for now there are CPU-Z scores available.

AMD 7000-series CPUs either do not run the benchmark in full (stuck at 80%) or show lower performance gains compared to Cinebench. In any case, it is probably better to wait for someone to verify this issue with the latest BIOS or using different samples.

AMD will detail its next-generation Ryzen processors during a livestream event slated for 7 p.m. ET on Monday, August 29. The initial Ryzen 7000 Series lineup is expected to also include the Ryzen 9 7900X and Ryzen 9 7950X, a flagship 16C/32T option that has been rumored to cost around $900 and feature a boost clock of 5.7 GHz.

Source: Greymon55

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  1. anyone else notice in that chart that the AMD bar's are actually smaller than the representative value when compared to the intel bar's. Not saying AMD will have a performance crown but come on at least represent the data correctly.
  2. It's a chart of rumored performance - how much accuracy are you really asking for here?

    They can throw monkey poop at a pic of some benchmarks and it would have pretty much the same value.

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