Yesterday the first data from the next Ryzen 5 3600 test beds was filtered. Videocardz was the publication responsible for sharing images with the performance of the Cinebench R15 / R20 processor and also the data shown by the CPU-Z tool. Recall that of all the Ryzen third-generation linear, the 5 2600 is the least powerful processor that will arrive on July 7. It will do it with six cores, 12 threads, base / boost speeds of 3.6 / 4.2 GHz and a price of 200 dollars, but a performance to a thread greater than that of a Ryzen 7 2700X.
As you can see, the processor has taken a score of 502.2 in CPU-Z to one thread and of 3989.4 points in the multi-threaded test bench; this with DDR4 memory at 3200 MHz and CL14. In the case of Cinebench R15 (those captures appear in the thread of the tweet), the processor has obtained a score of 1443, which is enough to surpass an Intel i7 8700K. Then, in Cinebench R20, the Ryzen 5 3600 reaches 3229 points in multi-threaded performance, which equates its six cores to eight Ryzen 7 1700X. The results speak for themselves, but again, what really matters is the performance you have in real tasks, not in synthetic tests, but there are still three weeks left for that!