Comparing Leaked Pass Mark Score of Ryzen 5 5600X Against 3600X, 3600XT, 3700X & 10600K - PC SEEKERS

Comparing Leaked Pass Mark Score of Ryzen 5 5600X Against 3600X, 3600XT, 3700X & 10600K

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X will hit the market on November 5th and so will the reviews. But before that happens looks like we will get all of the synthetic benchmark performance numbers through leaks. Today we have the Ryzen 5 5600X scores from the PassMark and databases. As you can see the Ryzen 5 5600X's single thread performance in the PassMark - CPU Mark benchmark even beats Intel's flagship Core i9 10900K by 10% which is a huge deal considering Intel "was" the king when it came to the single threaded performance.

These benchmarks were initially found and shared on twitter by @9590pro from the database. These results seem to confirm the IPC improvement of 19% that AMD was claiming on October 8th during the announcement. As you can see, the Ryzen 5 5600X scored 3,495 points to beat the Intel Core i9 10900K by 10% which scored 3,177 points. 
The thing to be noted here is that we are talking about the single threaded performance in which AMD was lacking behind quite a bit even after the improvements that Zen 2 brought over the Zen+ chips. This lack of single threaded performance from AMD meant Intel was still the king when it came to fps and gaming. Intel's previous lead in single threaded performance can also be confirmed by the fact that before the 5600X, all of the CPUs on the top of the list were only from Intel. The top AMD was CPU was the Ryzen 7 3800XT which ranked 20th on the single thread performance list.
Now coming to PassMark's baseline rating of the Ryzen 5 5600X, it scored 7454 points in the over-all score and 22,824 points in the CPU Mark score (Multi-thread performance). As to what these numbers mean, lets compare this CPU with the likes of 3600X, 3600XT, 3800X and 10600K.

Comparing the Ryzen 5 5600X With 3600X, 3600XT, 3800X and 10600K:


Comparing the PassMark CPU Mark single threaded performance of the Ryzen 5 5600X against the likes of 3600X, 3600XT, 3700X and 10600K - the Zen 3 based CPU is 23.4% faster than the 3600XT, 30.5% faster than the 3600X, 30% faster than the 3700X and 19.3% faster than the 10600K. In the overall CPU Mark scores the 5600X is 20% faster than the 3600XT, 24.6% faster than the 3600X, on par with the 8 core 16 thread 3700X and 56.3% faster than the 10600K indicating that the IPC improvement and core clock improvements of the Zen 3 CPUs bring the 6 core CPU on par with the Zen 2 based 8 core CPU.

Price to Performance Ratio of the Ryzen 5 5600X:

Higher value is better

Coming to the price to performance numbers based on just the PassMark CPU mark scores the 5600X holds a better value than the 3700X, 3600X, 3900X and almost all of the Intel CPUs that lie in the same price bracket. Only CPUs that seem to beat the 5600X in the price to performance fight are the Ryzen 5 3600 and the Ryzen 5 2600 which have been the real price to performance kings for the past couple years since their release.

So what do you think about these leaks that are coming out before the independent reviews? Do you think we should write a review article for one / all of the CPUs just based on the leaks that have come out so far before the actual reviews drop on November 5th? Do let us know down in the comments section below.
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