Reveal single-core performance Core i9-11900K stronger than the original AMD Ryzen 5000 chip


APISAK – a well-known hardware leaker – has just discovered the Intel Core i9-11900K (Rocket Lake) CPU running at 5.3 GHz (single core) in the Geekbench 5 and PassMark benchmarks. Even more surprising was that it beat all AMD Ryzen 5000 series (Zen 3) chips in the single thread test.

This also confirms that Intel was right in claiming the Core i9-11900K had 5% more performance than the Ryzen 9 5900X in single-threaded tasks at CES 2021, promising to do ” Scrambling “CPU benchmark rankings for the time being.”

Reveal single-core performance Core i9-11900K stronger than the original AMD Ryzen 5000 chip - Photo 1.

PassMark Score (single thread):

– Core i9-11900K – 3764

– Core i7-11700K – 3548

– Ryzen 7 5800X – 3511

– Ryzen 9 5900X – 3500

– Ryzen 9 5950X – 3493

– Ryzen 5 5600X – 3386

– Core i9-10900K – 3173

– Core i7-10700K – 3083

At the top of the table is the Core i9-11900K CPU with 3764 points, followed by the Core i7-11700K with 3548 points. Meanwhile, the Ryzen 7 5800X hit 3511, even more oddly, the Ryzen 9 5900X and the 5950X were below the 5800X despite having a higher clock speed. If we take out the chip with the highest scores from Intel with AMD, the 11900K is 6% stronger than the 5800X.

Reveal single-core performance Core i9-11900K stronger than the original AMD Ryzen 5000 chip - Photo 2.

GeekBench 5 score:

Single thread:

– Core i9-11900K – 1892

– Ryzen 9 5950X – 1682

– Ryzen 7 5800X – 1669

– Ryzen 9 5900X – 1664

Multithreading:

– Ryzen 9 5950X – 16726

– Ryzen 9 5900X – 14061

– Core i9-11900K – 10934

– Ryzen 7 5800X – 10427

With Geekbench 5, the 11900K still takes the lead in the single-thread performance, beating the 5950X by 12%. In the multi-thread test, the 5900X and the 5950X easily beat the 11900K; But considering the same multiplier (8 multiplied), the 11900K is still 4% stronger than the 5800X.

If the above numbers are correct, Intel seems to have regained the lead in single-threaded performance from AMD. Let’s wait and see when Rocket Lake is officially released, what will be the real damage.

Source tom’s HARDWARE compiled Gearvn


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