You can find detailed pages about the following benchmarks – just follow the links!

Cinegy Cinescore

Cinegy Cinescore (top stock, bottom CPU 4.00GHz, RAM 3200MHz; both GPU A 17.Q4 drivers)

Cinegy Cinescore notes:
overclocking CPU from 3.40GHz to 4.00GHz, and RAM from 2133MHz to 3200MHz increased speed around 28% – that’s great!
That’s sad this benchmark takes in account only Nvidia GPUs; I’d be curious to see powerful AMD results…

Unigine Superposition

Unigine Superposition 4K optimized (CPU 4.00GHz, RAM 3133MHz, GPU B Adrenaline 19.4 drivers)

Unigine Superposition notes:
a very nice benchmark; my result is lower than others with just one Vega Frontier; it should not be, unless this software does not use multiGPU, or I have not set mine in the right way.

Final notes:

after reading a lot about how powerful the ThreadRipper was, I decided to go for it, along with the underestimated Vega Frontier – two, actually! – mostly because I wanted to start to use DaVinci Resolve… and, after like an hour or two, I was STUNNED how much powerful this workstation is: think that it’s able to preview an 8K clip, regraded and denoised, IN REAL TIME!!!

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