12 CPUs Tested on Geekbench 5 and Geekbench 4

Geekbench 5 was strictly expelled by Primate Labs currently and Legit Reviews has been holding a demeanour during this benchmark in a lab. The recover of Geekbench 5 brings new appurtenance learning, protracted reality, and computational photography workloads to a CPU test. Primate Labs also updated their existent workloads to use incomparable information sets to improved magnitude a outcome memory opening has on CPU performance. Geekbench 5’s GPU Compute Benchmark now includes support for Vulkan and got new Compute workloads that magnitude he opening of mechanism prophesy and computational photography algorithms.

Geekbench 4 contra Geekbench 5

We’ve been regulating Geekbench 4 for some time here on a site for CPU benchmarks, so we wanted to take a discerning demeanour during a a new formula from Geekbench 5 and let we see them opposite a ‘old’ Geekbench 4 results.

For contrast we will be comparing an Intel Z390 desktop height to an AMD X570 desktop height with 6 processors from any association during several opposite cost points. Windows 10 Pro 64-bit v1903 with all updates as of 9/02/2019 was a handling complement used and all a drivers were updated. Both systems used Corsair Hydro Series H115i PRO glass CPU coolers and a same 1TB NVMe SSD.

Intel Z390 Test Platform Settings

The ASUS ROG Maximus XI Extreme motherboard (pricing) was run with BIOS/UEFI chronicle 1105 and a memory was set to work during 3400 MHz with CL16 timings. ASUS Multi-Core Enhancement (MCE) was disabled.

x570 height settings

The Gigabyte X570 AORUS Master motherboard (pricing) for AMD Ryzen processors was using BIOS/UEFI chronicle F5l (AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB) and also had a memory set to work during 3400 MHz with CL16 timings.

Here are a benchmark formula of a CPU effort in Geekbench 4:

Geekbench 4 Scores

Here are a benchmark formula of a CPU effort in Geekbench 5:

Geekbench 5 Scores

When it comes to altogether CPU opening Geekbench 4 and Geekbench 5 give unequivocally identical results. The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X has 27% aloft scores than a Intel Core i9-9900K in Geekbench 4. In Geekbench 5 a opening widens to about 32%.

Taking a closer demeanour during some of a new workloads in Geekbench 5 on a integrate chips from any association shows that AMD Ryzen does unequivocally good on a new Speech Recognition exam in Geekbench 5. The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X scores 225% faster than a Intel Core i9-9900K on this workload. The code new appurtenance training exam has a 3900X scoring about 31% faster than a 9900K.

We’ll be including Geekbench 5 formula in a CPU tests relocating brazen and only wanted to give we a discerning demeanour of Geekbench 4 contra Geekbench 5 on a same exam platforms.

 

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