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    AMD Ryzen 9 3950X with 61K points is the Fastest Processor on Geekbench, Destroys Intel’s 18-Core i9-9980XE

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    So, as AMD’s new 16-core Zen 2 flagship has now been officially launched, we now know for a fact that the Ryzen 3000 lineup won’t be limited to the 12-core 3900X. According to AMD’s first-party benchmarks, the Ryzen 9 3950X is faster than Intel’s i9-9960X, but as per a new Geekbench score, the 7nm AMD flagship might be even more powerful in certain scenarios. It scores a mammoth 61,072 points in the multi-core test which is the highest for any consumer CPU, period. The closest Intel competitor is the 18-core i9-9980XE (with 46618 points) which gets left far behind with a margin of more than 14K points, all the while costing more than twice as much (Ryzen 3950X~$749, i9-9980XE~$2000+).

    The best part is that this is an early sample, slower than the final chips that will hit the market. We are looking at a base clock of 3.29GHz and a boost of 4.29, while the 3950X in its final state runs at 4.7GHz when under load. Despite that, however, the single core performance and the IPC of the 16-core AMD flagship is higher than the 9th Gen Intel lineup. Only the higher clocked i7s and i9s manage to match it in the single-core test. Furthermore, the chip is running on an X470 board and the cache size along with the Matisse codename confirm that this indeed is the Ryzen 9 3950X, and not a future Threadripper part. Here are the multi-core and single-core performance charts:

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    9 Comments

    1. Great news for AMD lovers like me.
      Hey Areej I have been following you, techquilla and your deviantart account and appreciate your efforts. Keep up. And I too love Carl Jung’s books.

      An INFJ.

    2. I’m planning to get a pc after i get a job. My budget is roughly $1500 or so. I’ve been following your site frequently. Now i have come to the conclusion that AMD is the one! Only with AMD, i can get an overkill for the price. I don’t play games that much(I play COD:Black ops on my i5-7200u laptop ?). I do use photoshop & lightroom for photo editing, nothing professional though. For me, i think a Ryzen 3700x on a X470 mobo with 32GBs of ram and 500GB ssd will be more than enough for me, don’t you think? I will be ready to shell out almost $400 for a gpu though.

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