It looks like someone over at UserBenchmark is being “sponsored” by Intel. The popular benchmark platform recently updated their CPU benchmark score
At launch, the first-gen Ryzen parts were quite a bit behind their Kaby Lake/Skylake counterparts in terms of IPC and raw single-threaded performance. This was offset by the fact that Ryzen offered more cores and more threads versus the comparable Intel Core part at every pricepoint. With Ryzen 3000 or Zen 2, cumulative increases to IPC and higher clocks courtesy of the 7nm process mean that Ryzen 3000 parts are now at least somewhat competitive in single-core performance.
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In the latest update to the
Low-End Navi 14 GPU, AMD Radeon RX 5500X/RX 5600X Spotted?