While AMD’s Ryzen+ desktop CPUs are slated for an April release, the single and mulit-threaded performance numbers of its supposed Ryzen 7 2700X CPU have already popped up on the Geekbench database.
The specs sheet also confirms our earlier report of the CPU having a 8-cores, 16-threads layout, with a base clockspeed of 3.7GHz and (according to other sources) a boost clockspeed of 4.35GHz.
The Geekbench page shows that the Ryzen 7 2700X obtained single-threaded score of 4,746 and a multi-threaded score 24,772. Further details also lists down that the scores were obtained via a setup comprising of ASUS’s Crosshair VI Hero motherboard, along with 16GB of DDR4 RAM.
Compared to the Ryzen 7 1700X performance listed on the same site, the Ryzen 7 2700X shows an approximate 17% increase in its single-threaded performance, while its multi-threaded performance is about 18% better than its predecessor.
AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7 2700X will be based on the company’s Zen+ microarchitecture. It will built upon AMD’s new Pinnacle Ridge 12nm die lithography; in comparison, all current Ryzen CPUs are built upon the Summit Ridge 14nm die lithography.