The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D processor showed identical single-core performance compared to the 7950X chip in the Geekbench benchmark results.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D The latest processor AMD with 16 cores and 32 threads from 64 megabytes of memory Uses 3D V-Cache. This is the flagship of the Ryzen series of chips for the AM5 socket, which will be released later this month.
This CPU on ASUS X670E Hero motherboard examined in which of 32GB DDR5 memory with unknown speed is used. Geekbench data shows that this CPU was running at a frequency of 5.1 to 5.68 GHz.
It is not expected that the X3D series In simulated benchmark tests such as Geekbench show its true power. This issue since the launch of the 5800X3D processor with architecture Zen3 was obvious; Because this CPU showed the same performance as 5800X in this test. The advantage of increased cache memory shows itself in gaming workloads.
However, for clarification, it should be said that the 7950X3D processor 2157 points in the test single-core and its score will be 21841 in the multi-core test. This test is on the version V5 of the Geekbench tool is done. Therefore, the test results in its updated versions may be different.
These scores are up to 5% lower than the 7950X in the multi-core test and up to 2% lower in the single-core test. It should be noted that the average score for the 7950X is based on many results. While the score of 7950X3D was obtained from only one run. Therefore, these results are not comparable. Meanwhile, we do not know anything about the amount of memory or whether it is on the latest version of the BIOS We don’t know if it was investigated or not.
But what is clear about these tests is that the AMD Ryzen 7000X3D series has been made available to reviewers. Therefore, more information about this chip should reach us these days.