AMD R7 7700X appeared on CPU-Z, Geekbench

Some reviewers have already submitted information about the AMD Ryzen 7 7700X processor in CPU-Z, and this 8-core CPU looks pretty good. According to the running scores, all eight cores of the 7700X can run at a frequency of 5425MHz, which is 25 MHz higher than the official data. Compared with the 65W of the previous generation CPU, the TDP of the 7700X has been increased to 105W, it supports the AVX512 instruction set, adopts the latest 5nm process, Zen4 micro-architecture, and supports DDR5 memory and PCIe Gen5 protocol.

On a Gigabyte X670E AORUS Master motherboard based on DDR5-6400 CL30 memory, the R7 7700X scored 774 in the CPU-Z single-threaded test and 8381 in the multi-threaded test. As a comparison, the single-core running score of the new processor is 21% faster than the R7 5800X (8-core Zen3), 20% faster than the R9 5950X (16-core Zen3), 1% stronger than the Core i5-12600K, and loses to the i7-12700K.

In terms of multi-threaded performance, the R7 7700X is 1% higher than the Core i9-12900K (16 cores and 24 threads), 8% higher than the i7-12700K, and 28% higher than the R7 5800X, losing to the i9-12900KF.

In the Geekbench database, the R7 7700X, based on the Asus ROG Crosshair X670E Hero and 64GB DDR5-6000 memory configuration, scored 2,209 and 14,459 single-multi-core. Based on this calculation, its single-core performance directly exceeds the i7-12700K by about 16%. It is worth mentioning that the current i9-12900K single-core scores in Geekbench range from 1800 to 2200 points, while the i9-12900KF can reach a maximum of about 3000 points. Regarding the current CPU-Z and Geekbench scores, there are currently a group of users arguing.

According to data previously given by foreign media WccfTech, the single-core running score of the R7 7700X exceeds the previous generation R7 5800X by 25%, and the multi-core running score exceeds 26%. Compared with the Intel model, the R7 7700X's single-core score exceeds the i7-12700K, and the multi-core score exceeds the i5-12600K.

The AMD Ryzen 7 7700X will be available on September 27 along with three other Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, and the new processors and X670 motherboards are expected to be released on September 26.

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