Some interesting AMD Ryzen benchmark images from China have leaked onto the internet. These pertain to the single core and multithread capabilities of the processor. Of course WCCFTECH was quick to capture them before the posts in the Chinese forums were erased. Remember that this is all rumor mill stuff; wait for the official benchmarks before getting too excited. Wonder how they compare to Intel's Kaby Lake offerings? Post your numbers in the discussion thread link below.
The performance of the chip was tested in CPU-z with the in-built bench utility. This utility helps evaluate the single and multi-threaded performance of the processor running on the PC. The Ryzen 5 1600X had a score of 1888 in single-threaded performance bench and 12544 points in multi-threaded performance bench. In the task manager, we can see that the chip has boost clock enabled since it is clocking beyond it’s base frequency (e.g. 3.56 GHz).