Very few foreign media got the samples in advance and released the test results. Here we pick some of the core ones to look at.
Tom’s Hardware measured 5995WX and 5975WX.
CineBench R23 multi-core performance, 5995WX scored 65071 points, a new high, but only 1% higher than the Zen2 architecture, the same 64-core 3990X, and nearly 6.0% higher than the 64-core professional version 3995WX.
The default state of 5975WX is 50729 points, which is 16-18% higher than the Zen2 architecture, 32-core 3970X, and 3975WX, but it can also be automatically overclocked by PBO, and the performance is improved by nearly 7% again.
Intel’s best is the 14nm process, 14 core 28 thread Xeon W-3175X, 5995WX is almost double the lead!
Consumer-grade models such as i9-12900K and Ryzen 9 5950X are not worth mentioning, with a difference of about 1.5 times.
Single-core performance is another matter. After all, the frequency of the core has to be compromised. The 5995WX and 5975WX have only about 1500 points, which is nearly 26% and 9% weaker than the i9-12900K and Ryzen 9 5950X/5900X respectively. .
butCompared to the predecessor of the Zen2 architecture, it is still an improvement of about 16%.
The game performance is basically at the same level as the Ryzen 9 5950X/5900X, which is about 10% lower than the i9-12900K, and up to 30% higher than the Zen2 predecessor, and also kills Intel’s ancient enthusiast-grade i9-10980XE.
power consumption,Multi-threaded AVX roaster, 5995WX 224W, 5975WX 210W, In fact, it is not too high. Compared with the 3000X, it is still a lot lower. After the 5975X PBO is overclocked, it breaks through 300W.
CoolPC testedThe 24-core 5965WX, even compared to the 32-core 2990WX CineBench R23, R20 multi-core performance leads by 24%, 40%, and single-core performance leads by 12%, 19%.