i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 - Assassin's Creed Odyssey GTX 1080 - Game Performance Benchmarks


i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600

Multi-Thread Performance

8766 Pts
13503 Pts

Single-Thread Performance

2291 Pts
2008 Pts

Assassin's Creed Odyssey

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 in Assassin's Creed Odyssey using GTX 1080 - CPU Performance comparison at Ultra, High, Medium, and Low Quality Settings with 1080p, 1440p, Ultrawide, 4K resolutions

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600

Ultra Quality
Resolution Frames Per Second
1080p
58.6 FPS
1080p
55.6 FPS
1440p
43.1 FPS
1440p
40.9 FPS
2160p
30.4 FPS
2160p
28.8 FPS
w1440p
39.3 FPS
w1440p
37.3 FPS
High Quality
Resolution Frames Per Second
1080p
100.2 FPS
1080p
95.8 FPS
1440p
77.0 FPS
1440p
73.6 FPS
2160p
56.9 FPS
2160p
54.3 FPS
w1440p
71.1 FPS
w1440p
68.0 FPS
Medium Quality
Resolution Frames Per Second
1080p
141.7 FPS
1080p
135.9 FPS
1440p
110.9 FPS
1440p
106.3 FPS
2160p
83.5 FPS
2160p
79.9 FPS
w1440p
102.9 FPS
w1440p
98.6 FPS
Low Quality
Resolution Frames Per Second
1080p
224.8 FPS
1080p
216.3 FPS
1440p
178.6 FPS
1440p
171.6 FPS
2160p
136.6 FPS
2160p
131.0 FPS
w1440p
166.5 FPS
w1440p
160.0 FPS
i5-7600
  • For some games, a cpu with a higher clock speed, or in a technical name IPC (Instructions per clock), has better results than other CPU's with higher core count and lower core speed.
  • The i5-7600 has a higher turbo clock boost. Turbo Boost is a CPU feature that will run CPU clock speed faster than its base clock, if certain conditions are present. It will enable older software that runs on fewer cores, to perform better on newer hardware. Since games are software too, it is also applicable to them.
Ryzen 5 2600
  • The Ryzen 5 2600 has higher Level 2 Cache. Data/instructions which have to be processed can be loaded from the fast L2 and the CPU does not have to wait for the very slow DDR RAM
  • The Ryzen 5 2600 has higher Level 3 Cache. This is useful when you have substantial multiprocessing workloads, many computationally intense simultaneous processes. More likely on a server, less on a personally used computer for interactive desktop workloads.
  • The Ryzen 5 2600 has more cores. The benefit of having more cores is that the system can handle more threads. Each core can handle a separate stream of data. This architecture greatly increases the performance of a system that is running concurrent applications.
  • The Ryzen 5 2600 has more threads. Larger programs are divided into threads (small sections) so that the processor can execute them simultaneously to get faster execution.
  • The Ryzen 5 2600 has a smaller process size. The faster a transistor can toggle on and off, the faster it can do work. And transistors that turn on and off with less energy are more efficient, reducing the operating power, or “dynamic power consumption,” required by a processor.

Compare i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 specifications

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 Architecture

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600
CodenameKaby LakeZen
GenerationCore i5 (Kaby Lake)Ryzen 5 (Zen+ (Pinnacle Ridge))
MarketDesktopDesktop
Memory SupportDDR4DDR4
Part#SR334YD2600BBM6IAF
Production StatusActiveActive
ReleasedJan 2017Apr 2018

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 Cache

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600
Cache L164K (per core)96K (per core)
Cache L2256K (per core)512K (per core)
Cache L36MB (shared)16MB (shared)

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 Cores

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600
# of Cores46
# of Threads412
Integrated GraphicsHD 630N/A
SMP # CPUs11

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 Features

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600
MMX SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSSE3 SSE4.2 AVX AVX2 EIST Intel 64 XD bit VT-x VT-d AES-NI TSX TXT CLMUL FMA3 F16C BMI1 BMI2 vPro Boost 2.0MMX SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSSE3 SSE4A SSE4.1 SSE4.2 AES AVX AVX2 BMI1 BMI2 SHA F16C FMA3 AMD64 EVP AMD-V SMAP SMEP SMT Precision Boost 2

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 Performance

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600
Base Clock100 MHz100 MHz
Frequency3.5 GHz3.4 GHz
Multiplier35.0x34.0x
Multiplier UnlockedNoYes
TDP65 W65 W
Turbo Clockup to 4.1 GHzup to 3.9 GHz
Voltageunknownunknown

i5-7600 vs Ryzen 5 2600 Physical

i5-7600 Ryzen 5 2600
Die Sizeunknown192 mm²
FoundryIntelGlobalFoundries
PackageFC-LGA1151µOPGA-1331
Process Size14 nm12 nm
SocketIntel Socket 1151AMD Socket AM4
Transistorsunknown4800 million
tCaseMax72°Cunknown

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dillsonore 2 years ago
I5-7600(kabylake) or i5-8400(coffeelake)?Iv been collecting money to build a gaming pc(nothing else) since January 2017 and i literally cant wait anymore... coffeelake is around the corner so i convinced myself to wait for 1 more month but today i found out that i5-8400's base frequency will be 2.8 Ghz whereas i5-7600's base frequency is 3.50Ghz... the only pro i see in coffeelake is more cores which as far as i know doesn't matter in gaming pc... A gaming pc needs powerful single core rather 6 weak cores... I will get a gtx 1060 6GB(my budget wont allow me to buy GPU higher than this)...So i wanted to know guys do u think i should wait for coffeelake or go on with i5 7600?
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uprightlength 2 years ago
Im not a fan boy of intel but i have always used intel thats why i still want to buy an intel processor. I would have definitely tried ryzen if i had any connection with content creation, video editing etc. In my research i have found out that if you are only gaming then intel is best and if you are gaming/video editing/content creating/streaming then buy a ryzen.Thanks for your opinion but here in india buying an i7-7700k will go beyond my budget cause i will have to buy a motherboard that supports OC which will be expensive than the board that doesn't support OC. whoops sorry, i mean the 7700 (non k) and in theory if you buy a unlocked cpu you can stick in a non overclocking board, many have done it because they are simply higher clocked than the locked version, though doing so you still wouldn't be able to overclock it, but you would still receive the higher stock clocks.
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teddymetal 1 year ago
RTX 2070 on a i5 7600Will there be any issues if i put RTX 2070 on a i5 7600 and 600B 600W EVGA PSU?
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pickwickwidespread 1 year ago
PUBG is not the best game to go off of when judging PC performance. It is a very poorly optimized and taxing game on even hefty rigs. If you feel a strong need to upgrade to a 20 series, then the best price to performance card will be the 2070 though there is next to no info on these cards so you are taking a bit of risk by investing in one. There has been little testing, little support and there have been some recalls on the higher tier models so keep that in mind. If you don't feel comfortable investing in one but want to upgrade, I would suggest a 1080. Sometimes you can find them on sale as cheap as 0, that is similar in price to a 2070, but 1080s are tried and true. By no means am I saying to not get a 2070, but know the risks. new tech is always risky. Just food for thought in making your decision.
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adjectivesinver 2 years ago
Pairing an i5 7600 with a gtx 1080 oc 8gbWill there be a bottleneck? I'm almost buying, but im quite insecure about it. i keep reading thats it's a good pairing as much as that it will bottleneck that beast of a gpu. Any ideas?
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sputterequilibrium 2 years ago
If their not much difference in price I would try for a 7600K with a Z270 board and decent air cooler so you can overclock it now or in the future for better performance.The i5 7600 is a new processor as of now and should last you a good amount of time.
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spraychicago 2 years ago
I5 7600 or I5 7600kHey,Currently in my system I have a G4560 and an Asus Prime B250m-A motherboard with 8GB 2400Mhz Ram. I was wondering, since my motherboard I believe doesnt support overclocking, which of the two processors, 7600 and 7600k, I should get as my upgrade. I never planned to overclock anyways. (Building a separate ryzen system I am going to overclock). The price difference where I am is minimal between the two and in stats it seems the 7600k would be the better coice overclocking or not (Difference in £10/) What are your thoughts? Greatly appreciate any feedback thanks.
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shirleyglazing 2 years ago
yeah, i agree with sosofm. If your not OC'ing stick with the 7600. The difference between the chips is minimal (at stock). The 7600 has a base frequency of 3.5 with a turbo of 4.1. Okay the 7600k has a higher base clock of 3.8 but turbo's to 4.2. So in gaming the difference at stock will be 100mhz, which will translate to maybe a few FPS in gaming. With all of that said for £10 I'd prob just get the 7600k for the few extra FPS, and in the knowledge that if you are building a Ryzen system and maybe thinking of selling the Intel system, the 7600k will retain it's value longer as it's a k version.
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effortcreamy 2 years ago
AMD Ryzen 3 1300x or Intel I5 7600(Non k)Having tight budget of about 0. Building a gaming pc with Zotac GTX 1050 TI Oc (If any better in this price range please suggest me to upgrade) 8gigs of DDR4 2666 mhz corsair RAM. 1 TB HDD and 64GB SSD.and 1080p 22" IPS monitor.Confused again so asking is RYZEN 3 1300x (Not a Ryzen Fan and heard about heating problem) better than Intel i5 7600 (non K).I know if i go to Ryzen I will Get a better GPU but is RYZEN worth buying. If yes please tell me why?
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barbonboxy 2 years ago
The 1300x is a MUCH better value than the 7600. The 7600 is a more powerful chip. The 1300x fits this build.Why the SSD? After Windows is done with it there won't really be any room for games so I don't see any value there. Quicker boot times and Windows nav. is nice but I would want it to help with game load times as well. If I am going to build a gaming PC every part needs to bring something to the table for gaming. At this budget evrything needs to carry its weight. It does not. That single stick of RAM is going to run at half-speed. That's not horrible but is certainly not good. Ryzen likes fast RAM and you have made a choice of 2666MHz RAM. Now we are looking at 1333MHz. Board and CPU designed for use with dual channel RAM needs RAM installed in pairs. Mixing and matching RAM isn't a good idea either. RAM is sold in kits for a reason. They don't pick two random modules and package them. They are tested together to ensure compatibility. WE've answered plenty of questions about those who have mixed RAM sticks. Do you feel lucky?PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchantCPU: AMD - Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor (7.39 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: MSI - B350 PC MATE ATX AM4 Motherboard (.89 @ OutletPC) Memory: Crucial - 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory (8.99 @ Newegg Marketplace) Storage: Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (.69 @ OutletPC) Video Card: Zotac - GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB OC Edition Video Card (9.99 @ Amazon) Case: Deepcool - TESSERACT SW ATX Mid Tower Case (.99 @ SuperBiiz) Power Supply: Rosewill - 550W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply (.99 @ Newegg) Total: 3.93Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when availableGenerated by PCPartPicker 2017-10-20 07:43 EDT-0400orPCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchantCPU: AMD - Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor (7.39 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: MSI - B350 PC MATE ATX AM4 Motherboard (.89 @ OutletPC) Memory: Crucial - 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory (8.99 @ Newegg Marketplace) Storage: Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (.69 @ OutletPC) Video Card: EVGA - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB GAMING Video Card (9.88 @ OutletPC) Case: Deepcool - TESSERACT SW ATX Mid Tower Case (.99 @ SuperBiiz) Power Supply: Rosewill - 550W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply (.99 @ Newegg) Total: 3.82Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when availableGenerated by PCPartPicker 2017-10-20 07:44 EDT-0400
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