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Thursday, 21 September 2017

Intel's i9-7980XE Destroys AMD Threadripper but at Double Cost.

Intel  revealed the full specs for the remaining four Products in their X-Series Lineup From 12 Cores i9-7920X To the 18 Cores 19-7980XE Processors. These CPU's are one the most Powerful,scalable and accessible high-end desktop platform offered by Intel, designed to deliver the performance needed to meet extreme computing demands for virtual reality (VR), content creation, gaming and overclocking.

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Intel’s HCC based Skylake X parts will officially launch next week on the 25th of September. These include the 14 core i9 7940X, 16 core i9 7960X and 18 core i9 7980XE. Although as is always the case with these launches, someone somewhere out there managed to get their hands on Intel’s big daddy chip early and proceeded to benchmark the snot out of it and we’ve got the numbers for you.



Intel Core i9 7980XE CPU Benchmarks Leaked, Destroys Everything

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We’ve got two batches of benches for you, focused around productivity and gaming. The benchmarks are courtesy of coolenjoy.com and picked up via VCZ.So let’s start with the productivity side first, if you’re dropping $2000 on a CPU you better know this is what you’re going to be using it for.wPrime is a syntehtic benchmark for x86 processors that tests performance by calculating square roots with a recursive call of Newton’s method for estimating functions. The bigger the number the more multi-threaded the test gets owing to its method of confirming the results.  As such the 32M figures could be seen as a representation of a lightly threaded workload while the 1024M results are for a heavily threaded one.  In either case the i7 7980XE comes out on top, outperforming all other parts by at least 30%.

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