AMD Ryzen 7 5800X / 4800X Beats Intel i9 10900K By ≅ 15% In Gaming Benchmark - Specifications Leak - PC SEEKERS

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X / 4800X Beats Intel i9 10900K By ≅ 15% In Gaming Benchmark - Specifications Leak

AMD will announce its Zen 3 based CPUs on October 8
As we inch closer and closer to the launch of the next gen Ryzen CPUs which is slated on October 8th, we have now got the first leak suggesting that the next gen Zen 3 based AMD Ryzen CPUs might end up beating Intel's offerings to take the only thing that kept Intel worthy of being recommended by enthusiasts and that is the Gaming crown. These leaks suggest that the Ryzen 7 5800X will beat Intel Core i9 10900K at stock configuration by almost around
≅ 15% at 4K.
The leak comes from a twitter user with twitter handle @TUM_APISAK, where he shared the screenshot of the benchmark results from the Ashes of the Singularity database. These results suggest that at 4K and Crazy_4K preset when paired with an RTX 2080, the 8 core 16 thread AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU will beat Intel's flagship 10 core 20 thread "Gaming king CPU"  Core i0 10900K by almost about 15% in the gaming benchmark.
AMD Ryzen 7 vs Intel Core i9 10900K in Ashes of the singularity benchmark: Source

Points That Can Be Taken Away From The Above Benchmark Results:

  • The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X allegedly beats the Intel's flagship CPU the Core i9 10900K at 4K Crazy_4K preset by about 15%.
  • AMD will skip the Ryzen 4000 naming scheme for its desktop processors and will directly call them Ryzen 5000 series even though it is 4th gen Ryzen CPU.
  • The Ryzen 7 5800X just like the Ryzen 7 3800X is still a 8 core 16 thread CPU suggesting there is no core count increase for the next gen Ryzen CPUs.
  • There is no change in the cache sizes of the CPUs compared to last gen. The cache size is expected to be 32MB for the Ryzen 7 5800X which was exactly the same in case of the 3800X.
  • The GPU used is an RTX 2080, with the use of more powerful GPUs like the RTX 3080 we can expect the 5800X to take an even higher lead over the 10900K.
  • Neither of the CPUs are overclocked, and we do not yet know the overclocking potential of the zen 3 based CPUs. But for comparison, if you look at the screenshot below from the same database, it suggests that Intel's CPUs when overclocked can still handily beat the Zen 3 CPU. It is also to be noted that the 10700K is paired with an RTX 2070 instead of an RTX 2080.
    Core i9 10700K benchmarked in Ashes of the singularity

  • If Zen 3 has higher overclocking headroom compared to Zen 2 (Ryzen 3000 CPUs) then Intel's Gaming crown will be in real trouble.
  • Zen 3 based Ryzen 7 5800X is around 27% faster than Zen 2 based Ryzen 7 3800X both at stock.
  • Above results suggests that getting rid of CCX latency by adopting a larger CCX with 8 physical core and Zen 3's IPC improvements are playing a huge role to bring AMD Ryzen CPU line-up on par with Intel's offerings.
Note that this is still just a leak and not an official confirmation and should be taken with a grain of salt. But if true, the 5800X might be running on early BIOS version and the more mature BIOS around the launch of the CPU can improve the performance even if it is just by a notch. 

So are you excited about the Zen 3 launch on 8th of October? Do let us know down in the comments section below. 


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