@BenchLeaks has just disclosed the first Geekbench benchmark results of the AMD Zen 4 Ryzen R7-7700 desktop processor – it can be seen that compared with the R7-7700X, the power consumption of the R7-7700 is 65W, the main frequency is 5.3GHz, and the -X The model is about 10% slower. Referring to the market strategy of the Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 series desktop CPUs, the non-X models have a similar core structure, only slightly different TDP and clock rates, but are expected to further increase the adoption rate of the new AM5 platform.
In terms of specifications, the R7-7700 processor uses an 8C / 16T @ 5nm Zen 4 core architecture, with a base frequency of 3.8 GHz (700 MHz lower than the R7-7700X) and an acceleration of 5.3 GHz (100 MHz slower than the R7-7700X).
As for the highest frequency that can be measured, it is currently unknown. But the R7-7700 can still reach 5.35 GHz, as reported by the benchmarking software.
In terms of cache, it retains the 8MB L2 + 32MB L3 on the R7-7700X. In addition, the thermal design power (TDP) of the R7-7700 is 65W, while the -X model is 105W.
This test also selected the X670E Taichi motherboard from ASRock, with 16GB @ DDR5-4800 memory. In the end, the R7-7700 processor ran a single-core 2062 / multi-core 12685 score.
Compared with the R7-7700X, the R7-7700 is about 5% slower in the single-threaded (ST) test and about 10% slower in the multi-threaded (MT) test. Considering the difference in frequency and TDP, this performance is quite reasonable.
Sadly, it’s unclear if AMD has any plans to offer Ryzen 7000 non-X-series desktop CPUs in markets other than OEMs, and how affordable they’ll be priced. As for the truth, please wait patiently for the official announcement in the next few months.