Geekbench No Longer Matters! – Leaked Ryzen 5950X, 5900X Geekbench Results Show AMD’s Performance Domination – Outright Crushes Intel 10900K

Geekbench has only been relevant in the modern era by crApple fanboys and Intel fanboys as this “test of performance” is nothing short of a rubbish mobile benchmark of which we use to judge PC performance from.

So imagine my surprise when leaked Geekbench 5 & 4 results of a coupe of AMD’s upcoming Zen 3 processors, the 5900X and 5950X surface that show outright dominating performance on this garbage program.

Starting off we have a Geekbench 4 result of the Ryzen 9 5900X. Which can be found here.

With the result published on October 21st, In Geekbench 4 the 5900X scores 7222 points in single threaded and 51,856 in multithreaded. For comparison Intel’s own 10900K or the mobile emulation king as its Geekbench scores would suggest achieves around ~6600 points in single-core give or take depending on the system which shows a sway of just under 10% in single core performance alone for the 5900X.

However the multi-threaded performance of the 10-core Intel Core i9 10900K is around that of 47,000 points, which isn’t all too terrible considering it’s ten cores literally blazing on fire granted its clockspeeds and power draw however compared to the 12-core 5900X which also shows a 9.36% gain in multithreading which is sort of a weak point that Geekbench would suggest.

Or maybe not at all considering the 3900X that it replaces scores ~5700 single-core and 44,000 multi-core. Which is around a 26% gain in single core alone for the Zen 3 processor but also a near 18% gain in multithreaded.

However this Geekbench 4 result isn’t the only one that surfaced recently as multiple counts of Geekbench 5 results verified with the Ryzen 9 5950X and the 5900X have also been spotted.

Search Results on Geekbench 5 can be found here.

Moving on to Geekbench 5 which are not to be confused or compared against Geekbench 4 results, the 5900X again scores 1605 in single-threading and 12,869 on multithreading.

By comparison the 5950X with its slightly higher peak boost frequency scores 1657 on the single core and 15,860 on the multi-core.


Which is all well and truly great as Intel’s own i9-10900K scores around 1423 in single core and 10,400 on the multi-threading which is 16.4% below the single core performance of the 5950X or 12.78% behind the 5900X.

Multi-threading is a different story with the 5900X dominating the Intel processor given it does have more cores and thread available by 23.7% and the 5950X makes the Intel processor its bitch with a 52.5% lead.

In actual fact the 5950X hovers around the multi-threading scores posted on the Intel favored bench suite of the i9-10980XE which gets anywhere around 15,000 to 17,000 though with single cores scores of ~1300 or below.

These Geekbench results show serious performance uplifts for AMD’s Zen 3 processors in multi-threading though the multicore performance is nothing compared to the gains found off single core performance, AMD is leading the charge when it comes to the CPU market in terms of efficiency, single core performance as well as mutli-threading.

However there’s just one thing worthy to note about the Geekbench utility, apart from the fact that it’s mobile trash and one of the only remaining slurs Intel owners can use against Ryzen owners, at least until today that is.

AMD processors on Geekbench have always scored much higher using Linux as the operating system compared to Windows. In actual fact using Linux with Zen 2 CPUs could potentially even outscore that of Intel’s own processors in single core but I digress.

Cinebench no longer matters to Intel fanboys, mutli-threading too. Though with the revelation of AMD beating Intel on their favorite mobile benchmark WITH Windows as the operating system it wouldn’t be a surprise if Geekbench no longer matters to Intel fanboys.