The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X refreshes the wPrime 1024M multithreaded test score, surpassing the core i9-7920X with the same 12-core 24-thread. The new record was set by Australian hardware player jordan.hyde99, who overtook the Ryzen 9 3900X to 5625MHz in a liquid nitrogen-cooled environment and ran 35.517 seconds at wPrime 1024M, 0.176 seconds shorter than the i9-7920X.
By contrast, the i9-7920X was a liquid nitrogen environment at a time of 35.693 seconds, but at a frequency of 5955MHz.
In other words, rye is 5.5 per cent less frequent and the results are better, presumably because Zen 2’s IPC is better than SkyLake’s.
Basic specifications, the i9-7920X and the Ryzen 9 3900X, with a frequency of 2.9/4.4GHz, and the latter 3.8/4.6GHz. Currently, the wPrime 2014M world number one throne is held by AMD Ryzen Thread Tearer 3970X (5573MHz) at 14.073 seconds.
PS:wPrime is a software that tests computer computing power by arithmetic (especially parallel ism), and unlike Super Pi, which can only support single threads, wPrime can perfectly support 64 or more threads.