The base in the new generation six-core Ryzen 5 7600X has finally been tested in the Cinebench R23 benchmark, which reflects real performance in modern tasks much better than the same Geekbench.
New AMD in the normal version scored 1681 and 13,003 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded modes, respectively. When the Core Performance Boost (CPB) technology is activated, which actually changes the power limits, the results grow to 1920 and 14,767 points, respectively, that is, by 13-14%.
In the first case, under load, the temperature is only 56 degrees, and the power consumption does not exceed 61 W, and in the second, the processor requires 110 W and heats up to 92 degrees. And this is when using a liquid cooling system. The peak frequency reaches 4.7 GHz in the first case and 5.455 GHz in the second.
If we compare these results with other CPUs, in multi-threaded mode, which is much more important, this is about the level of the eight-core Ryzen 7 5700X, and the Core i5-12600K is faster. Whether the result will be better for a serial copy is still unknown. You also need to understand that this is only one test so far.