- Apr 27, 2000
Sorry, but that is ridiculous. Until Summit Ridge came out, AMD consistently lost every Cinebench out there. R10, R11.5, and R15 crowns all belonged to Intel. The 6700k and 7700k were faster in Cinebench than every FX ever released. Example:If cinebench alone were a metric for overall performance then FX would have already killed off intel...
Here the 6700k wins ST and MT Cinebench R10 and R11.5 against a 9590.
Case in point: AMD should be able to sell a 16c/32t AM4 part with base and boost clocks similar to those of the 1800x with a TDP similar to that of an 1800x. The only reason why I don't think the 16c part would be stuck with such a narrow margin between base and max turbo is that 14LPP had such an issue with power consumption close to 4 GHz. TSMC 7HP shouldn't have that problem.All of this makes sense to me. I even think an eventual 16C/32T AM4 part is possible, but at lower clocks,