The best budget processor from AMD just got better, and rightfully as we pointed out before, the new Ryzen 5 5600X could be the best gaming processor at budget ever! But how? Benchmarks are saying so; before this, we posted a real-life gaming performance, and in that, the 6-core AMD CPU made some pretty healthy numbers.
Now we have some interesting stuff from @TUM_APISAK wherein we some Cinebench R20 numbers published by some Polish site. These benchmarks show the real capability of this new budget AMD CPU both in terms of single-core as well as multi-core performance.
As we see the Ryzen 5 5600X with 12 threads running at 4.65 GHz attains a whopping 4521 points in multi-core tests to that of the last-gen’s Ryzen 5 3600X which scores 3742 points. The difference in multi-core performance is almost 20% which is pretty insane right? This is evident in how powerful the new Zen 3 architecture is and what it can attain.
Well, the multi-core performance was never a problem for AMD, where it lacked until now was undoubtedly in the single-core department and in that too AMD promised up to 26% better gaming performance. So, in real benchmarks, we see the new Ryzen 5 5600X scoring a whopping 600 points beating Intel’s costlier Core i9-10850K. This gain in single-core performance is almost 17% and is great considering its price.
Coming in at $299, the new Ryzen 5 5600X can destroy Intel and its competition and note that it comes included with a stock cooler, saving you some bucks. Overall, seeing the benchmarks, I can surely say these new AMD CPUs can rip apart the competition, and in games as well, you can expect a huge leap in performance.
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