Average Bench: 74.8% (94th of 1206)

Based on 1,789 user benchmarks.  Device: 178BFBFF00800F82 Model: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX 32-Core Processor

Good average bench

The AMD Ryzen TR 2990WX averaged 25.2% lower than the peak scores attained by the group leaders. This isn't a great result which indicates that there are much faster alternatives on the comparison list.

Strengths

Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed 4,062Pts
Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed 110Pts

Good consistency

The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the AMD Ryzen TR 2990WX is 21.3%. This is a relatively narrow range which indicates that the AMD Ryzen TR 2990WX performs reasonably consistently under varying real world conditions.

Weaknesses

Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed 416Pts
Avg. Dual Core Mixed Speed 217Pts
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Average Bench

(Based on 1,789 samples)
Min Avg Max
88 1-Core 110 122
176 2-Core 217 242
77.1% 164 Pts
Min Avg Max
350 4-Core 416 467
663 8-Core 803 907
75.3% 610 Pts
Min Avg Max
1,851 64-Core 4,062 4,860
273% 4,062 Pts
User Benchmarks Bench Normal Heavy Extreme
The fastest CPU (mainstream) averages a speed of 100%
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 4 GHz, turbo 3.95 GHz (avg)
1-Core 117
2-Core 233
82% 175 Pts
4-Core 470
8-Core 938
87% 704 Pts
64-Core 4,998
335% 4,998 Pts
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 3 GHz, turbo 3.7 GHz (avg)
1-Core 118
2-Core 232
82% 175 Pts
4-Core 465
8-Core 888
84% 677 Pts
64-Core 4,384
294% 4,384 Pts
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 4 GHz, turbo 3.95 GHz (avg)
1-Core 118
2-Core 232
82% 175 Pts
4-Core 465
8-Core 842
82% 653 Pts
64-Core 4,868
327% 4,868 Pts
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 3 GHz, turbo 3.7 GHz (avg)
1-Core 121
2-Core 238
84% 179 Pts
4-Core 435
8-Core 905
82% 670 Pts
64-Core 4,788
321% 4,788 Pts
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 3 GHz, turbo 3.45 GHz (avg)
1-Core 121
2-Core 239
85% 180 Pts
4-Core 427
8-Core 809
77% 618 Pts
64-Core 4,306
289% 4,306 Pts
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 3 GHz, turbo 3.5 GHz (avg)
1-Core 115
2-Core 231
81% 173 Pts
4-Core 418
8-Core 837
77% 628 Pts
64-Core 4269
286% 4269 Pts
SP3r2, 1 CPU, 32 cores, 64 threads
Base clock 3 GHz, turbo 3.4 GHz (avg)
1-Core 113
2-Core 206
76% 160 Pts
4-Core 418
8-Core 769
74% 594 Pts
64-Core 4,234
284% 4,234 Pts
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Typical Ryzen TR 2990WX Builds (Compare 941 builds) See popular component choices, score breakdowns and rankings.
Gaming
Gaming 130%
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Desktop
Desktop 116%
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Workstation
Workstation 163%
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Motherboard: MSI MEG X399 CREATION (MS-7B92)

EDIT WITH CUSTOM PC BUILDER Value: 47% - Average Total price: $2,955

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 Comments

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Excellent

1 month ago.

way better than any i3 in gaming, and destroys i5 or i7 and even i9 in many other tasks, idk what userbenchmark is thinking.


Excellent

10 days ago.

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Poor

1 month ago.

A really good budget cpu . I would say a base entry level cpu for editing and all that kind of stuff . Very affordable cpu and i think thats a great advantage amazing for budget builds for editing and all that stuff .


Excellent

23 days ago.

Being the most powerful consumer CPU (in terms of core count), you can do extreme multitasking, video encoding/decoding or nearly anything else while costing less than the Intel i9-9980XE or Xeon W-3175X. Beware though, you'll get slower single-threaded performance and you'll get lower performance on single-threaded applications!


Excellent

3 months ago.

This is the best CPU i ever seen


Excellent

4 months ago.

best for money for massive work loads not a toy


Excellent

7 months ago.

Real beast, the best processor for gaming and streaming at once


Poor

7 months ago.

Pls buy me one for futa 3d stuff


Excellent

6 months ago.

WOAH.


Good

17 months ago.

Average single core performance counterbalanced with monstrous multi core capabilities.


Excellent

12 months ago.

cool


Excellent

3 months ago.

Probably the beast of every workstation consumer CPU currently (until AMD releases new Threadripper 64-core 128 thread CPU monstrosity).


Good

8 months ago.

The new AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX is a beast. With a whopping 32 cores and 64 threads this thing is over 45% faster in multi-core speeds compared to the 9980XE! This CPU's base clock is 3 GHz, which is very high considering we have 32 cores. For comparison, a 64 core Xeon Phi is only at 1.3 GHz! Currently, this is the fastest possessor on this website! Although in reality, it actually falls behind the 9980XE as it is slower but the only thing making the website think its faster, is that multi-core speed. Its multi-core speed is a whooping 4,000! Or course, none of this will come at a cheap price, as this thing is very expensive, although you get almost double the cores of the top tier i9 for a similar price. The value however is pretty much trash, just like all of the high end i9's and threadrippers.


Excellent

1 month ago.

still cant run minesweeper.


Excellent

14 months ago.

The ultimate Ryzen CPU.


Excellent

3 months ago.

Compare this to almost any processor. Whenever I see it beat something on 64 core (Which it always does) I have to say-Ok AMD-Chill for a few seconds here.


Good

9 months ago.

Good


Excellent

13 months ago.

It is super powerful!


Average

17 months ago.

AMD's new top-of-the-line Ryzen Threadripper is now here, boasting 32 cores at a base clock of 3.0Ghz and a boost of 4.2Ghz. On paper, it seems like a processor with tremendous value for money, with an MSRP of $1799, $200 less than Intel's top-end i9-7980XE, while offering 32 cores compared to the Intel's 18 cores. However, benchmarks show that this processor, despite its monstrous multi-core performance of over 4000 points in UserBenchmark and over 5000cb in Cinebench R15, real-world performance, especially in Windows 10 (due to Window's scheduler) is severely hampered by memory bandwidth limitations due to X399 only supporting Quad-channel ram (compared to EPYC's Octa-channel support). This means that only 2 of the 4 dies (16 cores) are directly connected to the RAM, while the remaining 2 dies have to go through the infinity fabric. Running the 2990WX on Linux improves its performance in some cases, but the memory bandwidth bottleneck is a hardware limitation. As such, in many real-world applications, the 2950X and the i9-7980XE beats the 2990WX, especially in memory intensive workloads and gaming. That being said, users should consider the 2950X, which is half the price of the 2990WX and in many applications outperforms the 2990WX.


Excellent

11 months ago.

Woo


Excellent

15 months ago.

insane


Excellent

16 months ago.

Though in a lot of applications, if you're using windows, you'll find its performance gets hobbled by the poor NT thread scheduler, its still very powerful - for raw multithreaded compute, at the time of release (and writing) its the most powerful publicly available single socket x86 CPU.


Good

8 months ago.

because shintel gets even more rekt


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