AMD Ryzen 5 7600X Review




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Google Octane 2.0

Octane 2.0 is a benchmark that measures a JavaScript engine’s performance by running a suite of tests representative of certain use cases in JavaScript applications.

Google Octane now on Google Developers.

Google Octane

Taking a look at web browser performance, and kicking things off with Google Octane, and we see similar gains to what we’ve already seen so far with a 26% lead over the 5600X. In terms of relative performance to the 12600K, we do see the 7600X push ahead by just under 5% overall as well and while the 12900K does beat the 7600X, it’s only by less than 2%.

Mozilla Kraken 1.1

Kraken is a JavaScript performance benchmark created by Mozilla that measures the speed of several different test cases extracted from real-world applications and libraries.

Mozilla Kraken now on Github.

Mozilla Kraken 1

In Mozilla Kraken, the 7600X comes in at 375.6 milliseconds which is around 21% faster than what we saw from the 5600X and around 10% faster than the 12600K. In fact, the 7600X did so good here that it was actually just under 5% faster than the Core i9 12900K flagship from Intel and only fell just behind the beefier 7900X.

WebXPRT 4

WebXPRT 4 is a browser benchmark that compares the performance of almost any web-enabled device. It contains HTML5, JavaScript, and WebAssembly-based scenarios created to mirror the tasks you do every day: Photo Enhancement, Organize Album Using AI, Stock Option Pricing, Encrypt Notes and OCR Scan using WASM, Sales Graphs, and Online Homework. Use WebXPRT to see exactly how well different devices handle real-world tasks.

Mozilla Kraken now on Principled Technologies.

WebXPRT 4 1

In WebXPRT, we again see some really strong performance from the new Ryzen 7000 series, with the 7600X sitting near the top of our chart, only being beaten by the 7900X. while it could be argued margin of error, the 7600X comes in just ahead of the 12900K but does sit 7% ahead of the 12600K and 21% ahead of the 5600X.

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