Good news folks, earlier on, AMD mistakenly listed the Cinebench benchmark performance numbers of their 32 Core Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX CPU & we got a hold of it before it was deleted from their France webpage.
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Feast your eyes on the details we were able to fetch:
“Tests performed by AMD Performance laboratories on 26/06/2018 on the following system. The configurations may vary by PC manufacturer, and give different results. The results may vary depending on the driver versions used. Test setup: a TR4 motherboard with AMD “Whitehaven” socket X399 + AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX + Gigabyte X299 AORUS Gaming 9 + Intel Core i9-7980XE.
Both systems feature a GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card (driver 18.104.22.16893), 4 x 8 GB DDR4-3200, Windows 10 x64 Pro (RS3), Samsung 850 Pro SSD. “Power” is defined as computing power as represented by the Cinebench R15 processor benchmark.
The Intel Core i9-7980XE earned 3,335.2 points on average in the benchmark, while the AMD Ryzen ™ Threadripper ™ 2990WX achieved 5,099.3 on average, or 5,099.3 / 3,335.2 = 153%) 53% faster than the Intel Core i9-7980XE. RP2-1.”
The result shows AMD’s Threadripper 2990WX 32 Core CPU pacing as the most powerful desktop processor in the world, as the records show it to be up to 53% faster than Intel’s Core i9-7980XE 18 Core Flagship. The end chips are bound to be tastier as the test results were compiled sometime in June on an X399 testbed. The Threadripper leads at about 5009.3 points with Intel’s Core i9 following with around 3335.2 points. At the moment, AMD’s Threadripper 2990WX stands as the royal rumble champ in the HEDT market at $1799.
To learn more about AMD’s Threadripper 2000 Series, click this Link.