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Tested a sample of AMD Ryzen 5 7600X on Cinebench R23

An AMD Ryzen 5 7600X sample was tested on Cinebench R23. Satisfactory results despite the Boost mode deactivated

We will soon see the new ones on the market Ryzen series 7000which we know well will be produced at 5nm, TSMC’s well-known manufacturer. The 7000 series will belong to the future Raphael family, based on the Zen 4 architecture will bring a higher IPC, support for DDR5 and PCI Express 5.0 and the integration of an RDNA 2 GPU.

Model AMD Ryzen 5 7600XSara the only 6-core CPU in the line AMD Raphael apparently. This is the cheapest model, rumors say it will sell for $ 299, the same price of the current 5600X. The first benchmark results Cinebench R23 with this CPU, they saw CPB (Core Performance Boost) turned on and off to see the performance differences.

But let’s see in detail what the new “Performance Boost disabled” function will be.

Tested a sample of AMD Ryzen 5 7600X on Cinebench R23

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Tested a sample of AMD Ryzen 5 7600X on Cinebench R23

The “Performance Boost disabled” technology was implemented by AMD to overcome any temperature problems caused by high temperatures. Maybe in case of low dissipation or performance by the heatsink.

The function would seem quite explanatory, yet it is not so elementary. Normally the Boost deactivation functions act globally on all CPU cores by simply lowering the operating frequencies and the voltage. In this case, AMD will only act on the high-performance Cores, lowering their voltage and operating frequency, but leaving the low-performance Cores intact., so as to maintain performance consistency. And at least from what we see prematurely, it seems to work.

Tested a sample of AMD Ryzen 5 7600X on Cinebench R23

According to the data obtained, with the “CBP” deactivated, the Ryzen 5 7600X achieves 1681 points in the single-core test and 1920 points with the CBP activated. This is an increase of 14.2%. In the multi-core test, the same CPU scores 13003 and 14767 points respectively, which is a difference of 13.5% with CBP enabled. According to the HWINFO output, on the other hand, the CPU operates relatively safely, with 56 ° C and 60.2 W peak, while the core clock is around 4.7 GHz. With CBP activated, the power consumption reaches 110 W and 92.1 ° C, while the CPU clock is 5.455 GHz.

These are only the first benchmarks though, so beware, there is a chance that performance will improve when the card manufacturers release a full updated BIOS.. If you want to continue to know the latest news from the hardware world, keep following us. Greetings from TechGameWorld.com.

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