Ryzen 5 3500 With 4.1GHz Boost Clock Leak Leads To Physics Score Benchmark Recalling Core i5 9400F’s Performance

Over two months passed since AMD launched Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000 processors by impressive performances which made them be included in the midrange and high-end classes. A confirmed 16 cored Ryzen 9 3950X is coming though there is a leak from Tum Apisak – famous leaker from Twitter. His tweet shows Ryzen 5 3500 will have 6 cores and 6 threads along with base frequency clock of 3.6GHz which can be boosted to 4.1GHz.

It seems quite impossible for the upcoming CPU having few cores and threads to have 4.1GHz boost clock. Even Ryzen 5 3600 barely has a boost clock of 4.1GHz with 12 threads. The 6 threads part makes a significant sense for AMD fans.

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Tum Apisak also tweets benchmark from 3D Mark results.

Physics score might be 12800 or more by not reaching 12900. That’s just assumption now. If it is true i5 9400F’s benchmark score 12562 is to be beaten by the leaked CPU. No doubt that AMD is working to compete against i5 9400F with 6 cores and 6 threads. But it has a 2.9GHz base clock although having 4.1GHz boost clock.

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