Most recent Ryzen 9 7950X CPU-Z Bench MultiThreaded Score Puts it 8% Behind i9-13900K, 33% Ahead of i9-12900K

A screen capture of a supposed AMD Ryzen 9 7950X “Zen 4” processor surfaced on the web, graciousness of OneRaichu, and this time there’s no haze out with the score field — 15645 focuses. When contrasted with the supposed CPU-Z Bench scores of the Core i9-13900K “Raptor Lake” from last week, the Intel 8P+16E cross breed processor winds up 7.9% quicker than this score, yet at the same time an extremely close second.

The Ryzen 9 7950X winds up a huge 23.47% quicker than the spilled score of the Core i7-13700K (8P+8E), and the AMD leader scores 33.5% quicker than the past gen Intel leader Core i9-12900K. While both the i7-13700K and i9-12900K are 8P+8E, the “Raptor Lake” excels with higher IPC for the P-cores, marginally higher clocks, and more reserve for the E-core bunches. The 7950X is likewise 32.12% quicker than its ancestor, the Ryzen 9 5950X “Zen 3,” and an incredible 58.39% quicker than the Core i7-12700K (8P+4E).

One can start to make sense of Intel’s lead with its core-count of 24. The “Gracemont” E-cores are the genuine article, and in our “Alder Lake” testing, were seen intently following the IPC of “Skylake” cores. The “Raptor Lake” as 16 of these, making the processor 24-core/32-thread. The 7950X is a 16-core/32-thread chip in examination, made completely up of what Intel would consider P-cores. The net-execution of Intel’s 8P and 16E cores winds up somewhat in front of AMD’s 16 P-cores.