The Ryzen 9 3950X is now available on PassMark. The high-profile CPU topped the list, just two under the AMD Eypc processor, and his main rival, the i9-9980XE, seems to have lost its luster.
News of the Ryzen 9 3950X’s impact on the major Benchmark software is not uncommon, and AMD is expected to release the high-profile CPU on November 25. It can be seen that there is still a lot of time to make this mainstream platform CPU leakage run out of many HEDT platform competitors. This turn is to PassMark to teach the power of this CPU.
The CPU’s run score of 34009, which is the third most high on the sky ladder, can be seen in the running chart shared on the Reddit forum. The two CPUs taller than him are the Epyc server processors, also from AMD, which naturally cost thousands of dollars. Beneath this 16-core CPU is the 28-core Intel Xeon W-3175X: the CPU of the mainstream platform even surpasses the Skylake server-level CPU. And even excluding all server-level products, Intel’s HEDT platform flagship i9-9980XE lags far behind the Ryzen 9 3950X.
Of course, PassMark also points out that with only one ryzen 9 3950X sample currently available, the actual performance may vary widely. At the same time, the Ryzen 9 3950X has a base frequency of 3.5GHz, a maximum Turbo frequency of 4.7GHz, while the i9-9980XE has a base frequency of only 3.0GHz and the Ryzen frequency is only 4.4/4.5GHz. However, ryzen9 3950X performance is still measurable, hoping to strengthen him with an increase in samples.
When it comes to AMD, it’s not going to get around the price/performance ratio. The Ryzen 9 3950X is priced at $749, while Intel’s 9-9980XE costs $2,000 and the Xeon W-3175X is $3,000. Again, it’s important to note that their competitors are just the products of this mainstream platform, not the third generation of thread tearers, who seem to call him the most powerful desktop-grade CPU already on the board.