AMD Ryzen 3 3300 CPU (Low-End Zen 2) 20-25% Faster than Ryzen 5 2600 (Mid-Range Zen+) SiSoft Arithmetic Benchmark

These days we are seeing a lot of benchmarks of unreleased CPUs along with their specifications. Geekbench and SiSoftware are two of the most common sources through which these leaks often surface. Yesterday, we shared the rumored specifications of the 16-Core Ryzen 9 3800X and the 12-Core Ryzen 7 3700X, plus the Cinebench Multi-threaded score for the former as well. It’s only fitting that the lower end Zen 2 chips get the same treatment, and so here we are with the Arithmetic Score of the Ryzen 3 3300/X, and guess what? It’s actually faster than the present upper mid-range Zen+ based 2600X. On top of that this seems to be an early engineering sample clocked at a meager 3.30GHz, while the latter runs at 4.20GHz.

AMD Ryzen 3 3300

Let’s have a look at the scores in detail. The purported Zen 2 chip, most likely the Ryzen 3 3300 scores 196.80GOPs (average) in the Processor Arithmetic test. This test gives a measure of the arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) and floating point performance of a CPU, and although it is far from enough to judge a processor, the fact that a low-end part is faster than a mid-range offering is quite encouraging. Here’s the SiSoft test of a Zen+ based Ryzen 5 2600X:

AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X

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  1. Man, that’s to hard to digest. You know what’s 20-25% faster than R5 2600? An i7 8700K, which has always been the epitome for a gaming CPU (now only after the i9 9900K). And bringing all of that for (as AdoredTV mentioned) just $100? It seems impossible to me. And as mentioned previously, Ryzen (9?) 3800X is going to be equivalent in performance with i9 7960X. And the performance difference between i7 8700K and i9 7960X (and hence, between Ryzen 3300 and Ryzen 3800X) is only of 11%! Where will the other processors fit in? Sorry man, but this doesn’t seems legit.

  2. Lets just see after its release.. there are so many question and there will be many experiment bottleneck, shuttering , usage of each core to full , type of motherboard.. etc etc etc..

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