AMD’s newest processor the Ryzen Threadripper 1950x is their most powerful cpu to compete against rivals Intel.
Threadripper 1950x Specifications
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Comparing the Threadripper 1950x to the comparable Core i9-7900x from Intel we see the following results.
The 1950x scores much better in Cinebench and is able to encode video at a faster frame rate. However, the Core i9-7900x gets the win in Geekbench and PCMark 8 scores.
If you’re looking for a new CPU and you do a lot of content creating, then we say to go with the Threadripper. Now if you are more geared toward gaming, then yes Intel’s Core i9-7900x will serve you better. Also, if you are set on getting an 16 or 18 core processor we recommend the Threadripper 1950x due to the $1,000 less price tag then the i9 which won’t give you a big enough increase to justify $2,000.