AMD’s new Ryzen R7 2700X has already appeared online few times, and now we have some first benchmark leaks from Geekbench appeared, giving us first glance of Ryzen R7 2700X performance.
As we can see, the Ryzen R7 2700X which was tested manages to achieved scores of 4746 single core and 24772 multi-core, which shows the improvements over the original flagship Ryzen R7 1800X. The official Geekbench baseline scores for AMD’s 1800X are 4249 for single core and 21978 in multicore.
The better result is expected from higher clock speeds; the new 2700X should carry an increased 100 MHz base (3.7 GHz) and 350 MHz higher boost (4.35 GHz) over the R7 1800X’s 3.6 GHz base and 4.0 boost. There are no major micro-architecture changes, but it now built on a 12nm process with some refinements to the architecture. In this benchmark, its paired with an ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero X370 motherboard and accompanied by 16GB memory.