Intel core i5 10400 amd ryzen 5 3600 benchmarks
Details of the upcoming Intel Core i510400 have been published in the leaked benchmark, and it looks like it is close to beating AMD's Ryzen 5 3600 in the test. The
Core i510400 is the mid-range processor of the recently launched Comet Lake CPU series. It is expected to finally go on sale in late May at a price tag of US $ 182. The
i510400 is based on Intel's old 14nm architecture, but offers similar specs to AMD's 7nm Ryzen 5 3600 . The CPU has 6 cores, 12 threads, a base clock of 2.9 GHz and a turbo boost of 4.3 GHz. This is on the same level as AMD CPUs, so naturally it is interesting to compare them, despite the fact that Ryzen 5 is one year old.
Since the new Intel Core i510400 has not been released yet, it is difficult to say how it will perform. However, the benchmark leaked from ChipHell gave us an idea of how it will work.
Core i510400 was tested on MSI MAG Z490 Tomahawk motherboard, equipped with 16GB DDR4 RAM and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card. The chip has undergone several different benchmark tests, including Cinebench R15 and R20, SuperPi and CPUZ bench formats.
Although the Core i510400 is a newer chip, it is still inferior to the AMD chip that has been in use for a year. Compared with the newer Core i510400, the single-core performance of AMD CPUs has increased by 510%. In terms of multi-core performance, it scored 3746 points in the Cinebench R20 multi-core test, while the i510400 only scored 3186 points.
points, but the Core i510400 performance on the mid-range chip is still good, suitable for many people to play games or other tasks. Another leak even shows that it is better than the Core i79700F in some cases, even though it has fewer cores and a slower turbo clock.
Compared with last year's Core i59400F, the i510400 has increased by 25% in the single-core test. As the new chip adds hyper-processing, the improvements in multi-core testing are even more impressive.
This means that the performance of the benchmark CPUZ has increased by 3545%, Cinebench R15 has increased by 45.5% and Cinebench R20 has increased by 41.8%.
Although it may not outperform a specific AMD chip, it still seems like an excellent chip with outstanding performance. We are interested in seeing how it will work when it is finally released.