AMD may have released the most effective mainstream processor into the market. Their latest chipset Ryzen 9 3950x seems to fulfil the promise of HEDT performance on the mainstream platforms.
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X Benchmarked in Geekbench, $1250 US Cheaper Than Intel’s Flagship Core i9-9980XE With 18 Cores Yet Obliterates It In Single and Multi-Threaded Workloads
The presentation numbers for the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X processor were uncovered in Geekbench 4 (by means of TUM_Apisak). The framework was running on an AMD Myrtle stage, the codename utilized inside for AMD’s test stage, alongside 32 GB of DDR4 (4100 MHz). The accurate clock paces of the chips are not being accounted for since the base recurrence is referenced as 3.30 GHz and 4.30 GHz contrasted with the last determinations of 3.50 GHz and 4.70 GHz for base/help timekeepers, individually. The chip could be an early example however it is to be sure the Ryzen 9 3950X since that is the main AM4 chip that highlights a 16 center and 32 string arrangement.
Now, coming to the benchmark results, they look quite stunning as the 750$ Ryzen processor quite comfortably beats the new Intel Core i9-9980XE.
Geekbench scores for AMD Ryzen 3950x:
Geekbench Score for Intel i9 9980XE:
Although these are the early results, Geekbench has a great reputation of being accurate and this could be a huge leap for AMD in the PC Hardware market.