As Lisa Su said earlier this year that we will be having the Zen 3 this year, the launch and launch of the new generation of AMD CPUs, the Ryzen 5000, has been one of the most anticipated Hardware events in all of it. year.
Ryzen 5000, Zen 3 against the earth
With the in-appraisal of the CPU-Z application, a 12-core and 24-thread processing model for Zen 3 architectures has been tested, all indicating that it will be a 5900X model in single and multi-thread performance. This rating provides comparable scoring scores with other existing CPUs, without the benchmark.
What has been the result? In multi-that (benchmark nt) school has always existed 9481.8 points while with one thread (measure it) the points become 625.8 points.
But numbers outside the context are useless so it is necessary to put them in context. Compared to the results under the same Ryzen 7 3700X test with 8 characters and 16 strands, we find that this gives a result of 511 points on a single-line measuring bench and 5433 on one with multiple strands.
Considering that we are comparing a 12-core CPU to an 8-core single, the test benchmark for nt should not surprise us, but what attracts our attention is the IT test because we are comparing a single core using a single process cable to both processors and there we find the file 27% profit
The trade for this? We do not know exactly what the clock speed of the Ryzen 9 5900X, which should be much higher than the current Ryzen on the market. Logic advises us to be careful and not expect an additional 27% performance per thread in Zen 3 compared to Zen 2, at least not for all processors.
Ryzen 9 5900X vs Ryzen 9 3900X
The Ryzen 9 5900X is also compared to the Ryzen 9 3900X, and this time we are talking about two CPUs with the same number of threads and cores.
On the bench and the result was 25% support 5900X, while at the nt rate the profit was 15%, but temporarily it is not possible to get an end by working at the same clock speed until AMD officially gives it to us.
What we have is very clear that Zen 3 will be the most active CPU structure in the market for a long time, at least until Intel introduces a competitive CPU with those based on Zen 3 However, at that point it is likely that AMD will speed up the launch. of Zen 4 to stay on top of performance for as long as possible.
In any case, there are only a few days left to launch and we recommend that you pay attention because at HardZone we will give you complete and official details of the new Zen 3 construction, and especially for the new Ryzen 5000 family if it is officially available.