As reported on PCGamer.com, If the suggested benchmark results are accurate, Intel will be reclaiming its high-speed performance crown in gaming in a matter of time.
Benchmarking expert CapFrameX has posted a CineBench R20 results saying one-of-them is from Intel’s upcoming Rocket Lake CPUs. In that test, AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X reportedly scored 649 while the Rocket Lake CPU score 655. It may look marginal though but it’s quite sure that Intel isn’t giving up in any way now.
The major lead that we got is that the Rocket Lake CPU requires a boost clock at 5.5GHz to achieve that score. The AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X has a max boost clock of 4.9GHz, which can even reach 5.0GHz in real-world benchmarks.
With, AMD’s huge leap in multi-core usage, Intel’s current struggle is to move ahead of the 14nm manufacturing problem unless Intel will only be stuck with the lead in single-threaded and gaming performance. Let’s see what will happen next?