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An unknown Intel CPU beats the Ryzen 7 7600X, by +17%!

Everyone is eagerly waiting to see and read Intel and AMD processor comparisons. All data will be scrutinized given the high prices not only of the processors themselves, but also of the entire platform. For this reason and on the occasion of a curious and unprecedented comparison, today the first face-to-face between a Ryzen 7 7600X and an Intel CPU with different characteristics than usual in Userbenchmark.

A little mystery behind Intel’s door, a question mark as a symbol marked on it that doesn’t reveal what’s behind it, and an AMD processor that we already know for the most part make a lot of emotions to see what the two processors are capable of.

Intel Raptor Lake vs AMD Raphael Ryzen 7 7600X on Userbenchmark

AMD versus Intel

We assume that, except for a read error, the two processors do not compete on equal terms due to their characteristics. It is also true that we are talking about user mark, which is not a panacea in terms of accuracy, but as a sign of what is to come, it is at least solvent. The AMD processor is a Ryzen 7 7600Xwhich appears with 6 cores and 12 threads at a base frequency of 4.4GHz with a Boost recorded as 4.95GHz.

Needless to say, the leaks and data point to other higher frequencies: 4.7 and 5.3 GHz respectively, we could therefore be faced with a slowed down sample, or simply a reading error, as we have pointed out above. Instead, on the Intel Raptor Lake processor side, what we see is confusing.

First, because Userbenchmark is not able to read its full ID, so we also understand that we are dealing with an engineering sample, which is only encrypted with the name U3E1 as a platform instead of LGA1700 as it should be.

The most curious thing is its characteristics, since it has 8 cores and 8 threads, that is, it would not have HT. Frequencies also don’t help much in determining which processor it is, as it gets Based on 2.4 GHz and nothing less than 5.6 GHz boost. Again, we have to flip a coin and think we’re facing a read error, although in this case, since it doesn’t have an id specified, it could be a layered ES in hearts and with unusual frequencies, who knows.

Raptor Lake manages to endorse Raphael 17%


The sheet music section is however very clear, that’s what counts in the end, especially when talking about one core/two cores in action. There Intel manages to impose itself by a 7% on AMD (246 points vs 258 points) we can’t talk about IPC as such for obvious reasons and this difference may be reduced if the Ryzen 7 7600X finally evolves more frequently (as leaked) so we could very well be faced with a technical link here in this case.

In four and eight hearts everything becomes more interesting, since out of that 7% that we were commenting on, it goes to a 26% difference (1,082 points vs. 1,323 points) near-perfect proportional scalability, where AMD scratches that GAP slightly to Intel, but it would still be well short in this case.

The test of 64 cores as such it lacks value because of the obvious, where the differences go to the 18%. In short, Userbenchmark gives us a final score in percentage from 117% for him Ryzen 7 7600X and one 134% for the Raptor Lake processor unknown to Intel, who throws this 17% total difference we were talking. Of course, take that with a pinch of salt, but it’s a good preview of what could finally happen when the head-to-head results roll in.

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