AMD Ryzen 7 7800X Featuring 10 Cores And Ryzen 3 7300X With 4 Cores Spotted

According to a recent leak, AMD Ryzen 7 7800X may have two additional cores than its predecessor. This X-series SKU was discovered on Geekbench alongside the Gigabyte B650 AORUS motherboard.

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The 7800X appears to be the first AMD Ryzen CPU with 10 cores and 20 threads, excluding the Embedded series. The software also validates that the CPU could speed up to 5.38 GHz, which means that the maximum frequency could reach 5.4 GHz. Two Zen4 chiplets must be activated to provide ten cores. Accordingly, the CPU features twice as much L3 cache as Ryzen 7 7700X, or 64MB.

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A Ryzen 3 7300X CPU is also listed for the first time. According to the data gathered by the software, this is a quad-core CPU. The maximum clock speed would be 5.0 GHz, and it would contain 32MB of L3 cache.

In single and multi-core Geekbench testing, the 7800X CPU achieved 2097 and 16163 points, respectively. Ryzen 3 7300X scored 1984 and 7682 points in the same test.

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According to Geekbench statistics, the score from the Ryzen 7 7800X is not as high as predicted because Ryzen 7 7700X already scored better in single-core tests. The 7800X is 15% quicker in multi-core tests because of its 20 threads. Obviously, the 7300X isn’t as good as the 7600X, which has more cores.

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