Ryzen 5 5600X tested in the popular benchmark. It leaves the Core i5-10600K far behind

We are rapidly approaching the market launch of new AMD processors and more and more details are coming to us. This time the model Ryzen 5 5600X It was noticed in the popular benchmark database and if you are interested in how this CPU fared against the Core i5-10600K, we invite you to read. However, it is worth starting with the fact that the Ryzen 5 5600X is a processor based on the latest architecture Zen 3, equipped with 6 cores and 12 threads. It also offers 32 MB of L3 cache, its base clock frequency is 3.7 GHz, and in boost mode it accelerates to 4.6 GHz. Core i5-10600K, a direct competitor to AMD’s new products, is also a 6-core and 12-thread chip, but equipped with 12 MB of cache and offering clocks at 4.1 GHz base and 4.8 GHz in boost mode.

The Ryzen 5 5600X was noticed in the popular benchmark database and we can compare its results to the Core i5-10600K.

The Core i5-10600K thus has a clear advantage in terms of maximum clock speed, and also boasts a higher power limit. The TDP CPU of Intel is 125 W, while in the case of Ryzen it is only 65 W. In theory, the Intel product should be faster because it has more space to spread the wings, but you must remember that the Ryzen 5 5600X uses the latest AMD technology, i.e. a breakthrough Zen 3 architecture, so this clash promises to be very interesting. Admittedly, we are far from judging the overall capabilities of the processor based on a few benchmarks. Moreover, such leaks are always a bit questionable and must be approached with distance, but it seems the Core i5-10600K has cause for concern as the Ryzen 5 5600X promises to be a really dangerous rival.

In the benchmark SiSoftware Sandrain which the Ryzen 5 5600X appeared, it scored in testing Processor Arithmetic i Processor Multi-Media 255.22 GOPS and 904.38 Mpix / s respectively. For comparison, the Core i5-10600K averages 224.07 GOPS and 662.33 Mpix / s, respectively, in the same tests. This means the Ryzen 5 5600X scores 13.9% and 36.5% better than the blue competitor. As for the comparison to the previous generation, the Ryzen 5 3600X achieves an average of 214.89 GOPS in the Arithmetic Processor, and 625.51 Mpix / s in the Multi-Media Processor, which means that the Ryzen 5 5600X can boast an increase in performance of 18 , 8% and 44.6%. We saw similar differences when comparing the results of the Ryzen 9 5950X to the Ryzen 9 3950X. SiSoftware Sandra is just a single piece of the puzzle and it is better to hold off on publishing reviews for final evaluations. As a reminder, the Ryzen 5000 series will debut on November 5.


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AMD Will Release New CPU and GPU, Here Are the Leaks


AMD confirmed that it will release a new CPU and GPU in October, namely the Zen 3 CPU and the Radeon RX6000 ‘Big Navi’.

This announcement was made shortly after Nvidia released its newest RTX 3000 lineup. AMD confirmed that the new GPU to be released is the Radeon RX6000, which uses the new RDNA 2 architecture, and will be launched on October 28.

This new GPU architecture has a number of new features such as hardware accelerated ray tracing real time and variable rate shading. GPUs with the same architecture will also be used on the PS5 and Xbox Series S and Series X, which are scheduled to launch on November 10.

Meanwhile, AMD will also hold another event on October 8, where they will introduce a new CPU with the Zen 3 architecture. Unfortunately AMD has not revealed what CPU will be released.

Currently, new processors are eagerly awaited from AMD is the desktop version of the Ryzen 4000, the successor to the Ryzen 3000 which uses the Zen 2 architecture, as quoted by detikINET from The Verge, Thursday (10/09/2020).

AMD has previously released a laptop version of the Ryzen 4000, but the processor doesn’t use the Zen 3 architecture, but the Zen 2, which is the same as the desktop version of Ryzen 3000.

If you look at the performance of the Ryzen 4000 laptop version – even with the Zen 2 architecture -, then it’s not surprising that the desktop version of the Ryzen 4000 with the Zen 3 architecture is eagerly awaited by users who are curious about the performance of the processor. AMD the.

For information, previously Nvidia has released three new graphics cards from the RTX 3000 series, namely the RTX 3070, RTX 3080, and RTX 3090. And on October 28, Nvidia has started selling two of the three GPUs, namely the RTX 3080 for USD 699. and the RTX 3090 for USD 1499.

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Intel Releases Tiger Lake Processor for Laptops, What’s Great?


Intel finally released the 11th generation Intel Core processor named Tiger Lake, which is positioned for a laptop and has an Xe graphics chip.

There are several aspects that Intel highlights from this lineup of processors, namely the presence of the GPu Xe, Thunderbolt 4, WiFi 6 support, and major improvements in performance and power consumption compared to previous Ice Lake chips.

Even Intel does not hesitate to call Tiger Lake the best processor for ‘thin & light’ laptops, as quoted by detikINET from The Verge, Friday (4/9/2020).

There are nine Tiger Lake processors released, namely the U series (now named UP3) and the Y series (now named UP4). The fastest variant has a base speed of 3.0 GHz with single core turbo boost reaching 4.8 GHz, or 4.3 GHz for all cores. This highest variant is also equipped with the Iris Xe GPU which has 96CU and a maximum clock of 1.35GHz.

Processor lineup Tiger Lake Intel previously exhibited this at Architecture Day 2020. Namely a processor made with the same 10nm process as Ice Lake, but with a new architecture, namely the Willow Core with a 10nm SuperFin design, which is said to offer better speed with lower power consumption.

Not many details have been revealed by Intel, but they promise this new chip is 20% faster for everyday use, and a 20% increase in ‘system-level power’, which results in better battery life when used to watch streaming videos.

But the most interesting thing from Tiger Lake is the presence of GPU Xe, which is promised to have graphics performance twice as high as before. In the demo at the launch event, Xe had better performance than the combination of the 10th generation processor paired with the Nvidia MX350.

But unfortunately, Xe is only available on Core i5 and i7, because the Core i3 variants both U and Y series are only paired with Intel UHD Graphics.

Intel Evo
Intel also showed off a new certification standard called Intel Evo, accompanying the existing Project Athena. Manufacturers willing to label their products with the name Evo must meet higher requirements than Project Athena.

Among other things, the conditions are guaranteed that the laptop battery can last more than nine hours for normal use (for a 1080p screen), fast battery charging for at least 30 minutes for four hours of use, WiFi 6, Thunderbolt 4, and the laptop can live from sleep in less than a second.

So in short, Evo is a label for a laptop that is more capable than ‘just’ the Project Athena laptop. Intel promises at least 20 Evo laptops available by the end of 2020.

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APU Cezanne (Ryzen 5000) spotted in the Openbenchmarking database

Next generation AMD APU, Ryzen 5000 (known by the code name Cezanne), was noticed in the database Openbenchmarking. The processor tested in the Xonotic bechmark was equipped with 8 Zen 3 cores and integrated Vega graphics. It appears to be a stationary APU running on Red’s internal test board for qualifying purposes. Recent leaks show that the premiere of Ryzen 5000 systems may take place at the beginning of next year, but we do not know whether it is mobile or desktop processors and we can expect that we will have to wait a bit longer for the latter, just like it was supposed to. place in the case of the Ryzen 4000 series. The model found in the Openbenchmarking database has the code name “100-000000263-30_Y”, has 8 cores and 16 threads, and its base clock is 3.6 GHz. The boost speed is currently unknown. However, we’ve already seen Vermeer samples reaching 4.9 GHz, and given that the Ryzen 7 4750G reaches 4.4 GHz, speeds of over 4.5 GHz should not be a problem for the Cezanne family APU.

AMD’s next generation APU, the Ryzen 5000 (codenamed Cezanne), has been spotted in the Openbenchmarking database.

The iGPU of these APUs may be a bit more disappointing, because we get the Vega architecture again, only in a new revision. This one, however, can wait for minor improvements resulting from 7nm + lithography, which will translate into faster clocks. The variant tested here accelerated to 1800 MHz. The benchmark was launched on the AMD Artic-CNZ test platform, which is used to check all Cezanne APUs, but the results under Xonotic are lower than for the Ryzen 7 4750G chip, so it can be assumed that the iGPU drivers for this chip have not yet been finalized, which should not surprising given the potentially distant premiere. We expect the official announcement in this case at the earliest at the beginning of 2021, during the CES fair, which traditionally takes place in the first week of January (this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, it will be organized online).

It is also worth adding that the Cezanne APUs are still to be based on the FP6 and AM4 stands for mobile and stationary platforms, respectively. The potential of the new CPU architecture from AMD, i.e. Zen 3, will be seen later this year, thanks to Vermeer desktop processors. Zen 3 processors are to bring a full-fledged generation leap, although they will still be based on a 7nm technological process and the switch to 5nm lithography will be made only with the advent of the next generation, i.e. Zen 4. Interestingly, AMD will also work on mobile devices in parallel to APU Cezanne. Van Gogh systems with CPU Zen 2 and iGPU Navi 2. We do not know, however, whether these APUs will hit the consumer market.


iPhone 12 would arrive boosted with a 50% increase in performance | Apple A14 Bionic chip | Processor | iOS | Technology

Every time there is less for the official debut of the next iPhone 12, whose launch would only take place in October, due to the fact that Apple recently confirmed that its flagship will go on sale “a few weeks later” than usual.

Expectations about what will make this new phone stand out are on the rise and leaks with its possible characteristics continue to be the order of the day. Its design has been constantly exposed on the Internet, but details have now been revealed about a key component for its performance.

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Courtesy of renowned industry expert Komiya, it has been revealed that Apple’s next high-end processor, the A14, would suffer a significant increase in power over the A13 Bionic chip that was launched last year.

According to the leaker, the future Apple A14 would improve the performance of the CPU by 40% and the GPU by 50%, which would represent a transcendental increase in the smartphone sector, since the current processor of Apple it is considered the fastest on the market.

How is this gain in power possible? Thanks to the chip manufacturing process, which would go from 7 nanometers to 5 nanometers, a change that had already been cited in previous reports. This would allow to have more transistors in the same space and offer energy efficiency.

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He chip A14 would be manufactured by the leading supplier of Apple, TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company). In addition, it would allow the phone to make the leap to fifth-generation connectivity thanks to the modem 5G from Qualcomm.


AMD Ryzen 5000 Cezanne APU with graphics even faster than Renoir

The new AMD Ryzen 5000 APUs, codenamed Cezanne, are expected to be launched next year, expanding the manufacturer’s portfolio in the mobile devices category. Earlier leaks indicated that the Cezanne APU generation would offer a completely new Zen core architecture along with faster Vega graphics, and a now leaked entry in the Sisoftware database seems to confirm this information. Rogame came across a benchmark entry and immediately shared information about the new APU, which is part of the Celadon CZN Renoir platform. Unfortunately, there is no detailed information about the processor in this APU, but a lot has been revealed about the GPU. It is also known that the APU Cezanne will be on board notebook computers.

There is an entry in the Sisoftware benchmark database showing one of the upcoming APUs from the Cezanne family. Little is known about the processor, but the graphics look promising.

The graphics chip contains 8 CUs based on the improved version of the Vega graphics architecture. Each compute unit contains 64 stream processors for a total of 512 stream processors. This is the same number of cores as the existing flagship Ryzen 4000 “Renoir” APUs. It is worth noting the clock speed, which is 100 MHz higher than all Ryzen 4000 series laptop APUs. By comparison, the AMD Ryzen 7 4800U and Ryzen 9 4900H have 8 Vega CUs based on the 7 nm process, but are clocked at a frequency of 1750 MHz. The Vega graphics processor in this particular Cezanne APU is clocked at 1850 MHz, which is 100 MHz higher than the Renoir APUs.

Of course, you have to take into account that this is a very early information leak and it is very likely that other Cezanne chips will offer even higher GPU clocks, which will result in laptops with graphical performance on the level of the current generation PlayStation 4 Slim and Xbox One S consoles. and that using an integrated graphics chip. Initially, it can be assumed that the Ryzen 5000 APU will bring a significant jump in GPU performance, while the new generation Zen 3 cores will provide a large performance increase also on the processor side. However, we still have to wait for more information, probably until the next leak.


AMD Introduces Two New Processors for Cheap Laptops

KOMPAS.comAMD strengthen the line processor (CPU) entry-level hers launched two latest products, namely AMD 3015e and 3020e. Both are processors for cheap laptops, aka class budget aimed at segments consumer and education.

AMD 3015e is equipped with 2 processor cores (4 threads) with speed clock up to 1.2 GHz (base) and 2.3 GHz (boost), combined with an integrated AMD Radeon Graphics graphics processor (GPU).

AMD 3020e also has a 2-core CPU configuration with speed base clock 1.2 GHz and AMD Radeon Graphics GPU. It’s just that, numbers threads the CPU is stuck at just two, while the speed can be boosted up to 2.6 GHz.

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AMD claims the AMD 3015e performance is superior to competing processors in the same segment, Intel Celeron N4120, when tested through the platform benchmarking Cinebench 1t, PCMark, and 3DMark. Both processors have 6 watts for energy saving.

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Lenovo Lenovo 100e (left) and 300e (right).

There is no information on when the two newest processors from AMD will be available for laptop manufacturers. What is clear, AMD 3015e will be the “brain” of two laptops entry-level latest from Lenovo for the first time, namely the second generation of Lenovo 100e and 300e.

As assembled KompasTekno from ZDNet, Wednesday (5/8/2020), the two laptops are claimed to have long battery life and support the Quick Charge feature which can charge 80 percent of the battery in just one hour.

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The second generation Lenovo 100e and 300e are planned to be available around September at a price of 219 US dollars (around Rp. 3.1 million) and 299 US dollars (about 4.3 million).

Lenovo 300e itself is more expensive than 100e because it is a laptop convertible (2-in-1) which can be used as tablet by folding the screen 360 degrees so that it’s back to the keyboard (keyboard).

Lenovo 300e users can also take advantage of an additional accessory in the form of a pen (pencil touch) to simplify computer operation.


Intel has confirmed that Alder Lake-S processors will use the LGA1700 socket

It’s no secret that Intel engineers are currently working on Alder Lake-S processors for the LGA1700 desktop platform. For the first time it became known about her back in January, and now references to a new socket were seen on one of the company’s web resources for developers.

It is worth noting that Alder Lake-P processors are mentioned on the same portal. At present, it is difficult to say which segment these CPUs are aimed at, however, the latest series of chips with the letter “P” in the marking are Atom server solutions from the 10-nm Snow Ridge family.

Intel Alder Lake-S

As for Alder Lake-S, like other processor families with the suffix “S” (Comet Lake-S, Coffee Lake-S, etc.), they are designed for the mass desktop segment. In other words, these CPUs are the successors of the upcoming Rocket Lake-S chips for the LGA1200 platform. From unofficial sources it is known that Alder Lake-S contain up to eight cores with Golden Cove architecture, up to eight energy-efficient cores Gracemont and will work with DDR5 memory.

Intel Alder Lake-S

If we talk about the timing of the release of the Intel LGA1700 platform and Alder Lake-S processors, then it will take place no earlier than the end of 2021.



AMD EPYC used in the Large hadron Collider

European organization for nuclear research (Conseil europeen pour la recherche européen de Recherche Nucleaire, CERN) is collaborating with AMD and used server processors EPYC second generation to collect huge amount of data from the detectors of the Large hadron Collider. The collision of charged particles in an accelerator produce a huge data volume is about 40 TB per second, which you need to log in real time from detectors.

CERN scientists used the server-based 64-core chips AMD EPYC 7742 and four adapters Mellanox InfiniBand 200Gbit. In practice, the 128 PCI Express 4.0 is a unique advantage that allowed the Mellanox devices and computer systems to work without delay.

“CPUs AMD EPYC we have the opportunity to support terabytes of data per second for several days of the experiment. To achieve this with a single server and not to use the supercomputer, as we did earlier — this is serious progress,” said Neufeld, Niko (Niko Neufeld), project Manager LHCb Online Computing at CERN.

We do not have the computing power of Google or Facebook, but AMD chips EPYC has allowed us to perform the necessary calculations using relatively small and compact computer systems. 10-15 years ago it was impossible. But now there is space for development. With AMD technology EPYC can double our ability, remaining in the same amount of working space.

The plans for the future is increasing the number of detectors and sensors. EPYC allows us to do more and have headroom for growth. According to our calculations, it is possible to reduce the number of servers by a third, which is an advantage when constructing high-speed systems with low latency.


The large hadron Collider is an underground ring of superconducting magnets with a length of 27 km, placed in a tubular structure, or cryostat, which is cooled to temperatures just above absolute zero. In different parts of the Collider are the main and auxiliary detectors of elementary particles, occupied by the reading and processing of array data.