All the Ryzen 7000 processors tested at Cinebench and compared to Ryzen 5000 – output increased by 13-42%

All the Ryzen 7000 processors tested at Cinebench and compared to Ryzen 5000 – output increased by 1

The results of testing the AMD Ryzen 7000 series in popular Cinebench R15, R20 and R23 published VideoCardz, and the results of testing all four new-generation AMD Ryzen models presented to date are presented.

Earlier this week, the flagship Ryzen 97950X demonstrated its capabilities in the tests mentioned, but only with a run-off. In one case, the chip was dispersed to 5.35 to 5.5 GHz with a liquid cooling system with a 280-mm radiator, and in another, to 6.45 to 6.5 GHz with liquid nitrogen for cooling; in both cases, the records of these toasts were updated for 16-nuclear processors.

The results of the tests of all the new generation of AMD processors submitted by AMD have now been published, namely: 16-nuclear Ryzen 97950X, 12-nuclear Ryzen 979000X, 8-nuclear Ryzen 7770X and 6-nuclear Ryzen 57600X. All of them were built on the Zen 4 architecture and performed using 5-nm process. All of these processors were tested with state-of-the-art arrangements on advanced motherboards with the AMD X670E chipset and operational memory DDR5-6000. In turn, Ryzen 5000 was tested with the DDR4-3200 memory.

As you can see, all the novelties have increased significantly compared to their predecessors. The same-nuclear performance, depending on the test and the processor, has increased by between 13 and 28 per cent. In terms of multi-nuclear performance, the fact that Ryzen 979000X is overtaking the Ryzen 959550X, despite the smaller number of kernels, is immediately visible. The addition to the chip and the test was between 26 and 42 per cent.

Of course, it's just a few synthetic tests, and we can only get a full picture in a few days when the processors are going to be on the market and the core resources are going to publish the reviews.