An AMD Ryzen 5 3600 six-core wild has appeared in Geekbench demonstrating the power of the new Zen 2 architecture. Bear in mind that it is the least powerful model of the family, so it can be put to a point of performance game for what will arrive on July 7.
The tests referred to have been done on a computer with a BIOSTAR X570 GT8 board with DDR4 2133 memory, with the CPU running at 3, 6 GHz of base and 4.2 GHz of boost. As you can see, in a core the Ryzen 5 3600 reaches up to 5220 points, something that exceeds what the current Ryzen can offer (as a reference, here you have a Ryzen 7 2700 that takes 4304 points in the same test). In the case of the multi-threaded test, the processor reaches 27276, which also exceeds what any of the previous generation processors can obtain. If we consider that this is the most modest of the new Zen 2 generation, what can the most powerful third-generation Ryzen processors achieve?