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Question Intel i9 10920X 12 Core CPU Benchmark Leaked, Crushes AMD’s Threadripper

nicalandia

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Intel i9 10920X 12 Core CPU Benchmark Leaked, Crushes AMD’s Threadripper 2920X..



Intel: Hey we are Crushing Amd current TR line Core vs Core in GB.
3900X: Hold my beer while I Crush Both...! https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14512679
 

Markfw

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OK, below is what I got on my 3900x, and it beats their score, They must be crushing the OLD threadripper, not the new: (edit, yes a 2920x... duh....)
They get 5339 vs my 5540, and multi they get 44046 vs my 45476

In case you can see this, I have exactly the same version of windows, and exactly the same version of geekbench, 4.3.0 tryout.

BTW, you are running 4.4.1 geekbench, use 4.3.0 and try it.

554045476

So theirs is not out yet, and the current non-threaripper beats it, and the new threadrippers will crush it.
 
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Well they have to release something I guess, but it will be kinda pointless when it will be slower than AM4 parts. I'm not even thinking of TR 3000, that will be no contest at all. The lowest end TR 3000, the 24C/48T part will absolutely destroy the 18C Cascade Lake-X SKU...
 

Markfw

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Well they have to release something I guess, but it will be kinda pointless when it will be slower than AM4 parts. I'm not even thinking of TR 3000, that will be no contest at all. The lowest end TR 3000, the 24C/48T part will absolutely destroy the 18C Cascade Lake-X SKU...
I am guessing the 16 core TR 3000 will beat the 18 core Cascade Lake-X SKU
 

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As far as GeekBench goes, the 3950X is already beating the 10980 XE, in "leaked GB screenshots"

https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-9-3950x-16-core-cpu-benchmark-leak-crushes-intel-core-i9-9980xe/

The 10980X and 9980X are neck and neck in GeekBench
There are 9980XE scores that also beat that 3950X score. GB4 multi-core appears to be heavily affected by memory speed, give a 9980XE fast memory like the 3950X's DDR4-4133 and it can hit more than 60K too.

 

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There are 9980XE scores that also beat that 3950X score. GB4 multi-core appears to be heavily affected by memory speed, give a 9980XE fast memory like the 3950X's DDR4-4133 and it can hit more than 60K too.
The i9 9980X is a $2,000 CPU with two more cores, but some believe that the 10980X will be a $1,000 CPU due to Intel saying something about double $/Performance and since the 10980X doesn't have much performance encreasement, maybe just maybe it will be a $1,000 CPU and that will make it a very competitive CPU indeed
 

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There are 9980XE scores that also beat that 3950X score. GB4 multi-core appears to be heavily affected by memory speed, give a 9980XE fast memory like the 3950X's DDR4-4133 and it can hit more than 60K too.

This is somewhat silly. There's a 1950X score ($419) that beats both. There's a 3900X score that beats both. Can we stop with the micturition contest and instead actually just talk about these CPUs?
 

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Do we know if the 10920X is compatible with previous LGA 2066 motherboard?
There is a semi decent chance, but there hasn't been any announcement. Usually by this point it would require a new chipset. But this is the same chips as the 7k and 9k x299 cpu's so it's even harder for Intel to require a new chipset then the crap they stated about coffee lake.
 

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This is somewhat silly. There's a 1950X score ($419) that beats both. There's a 3900X score that beats both. Can we stop with the micturition contest and instead actually just talk about these CPUs?
For one thing, neither of those is windows 10. Also, neither is geekbench version 4.3.0 (which I used in my test). Too many variables if you don't follow the same testing procedure.

As far as discussing the CPU's, what is there to discuss aside from the leaked benches ?
 
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amrnuke

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For one thing, neither of those is windows 10. Also, neither is geekbench version 4.3.0 (which I used in my test). Too many variables if you don't follow the same testing procedure.

As far as discussing the CPU's, what is there to discuss aside from the leaked benches ?
That's precisely why it's silly. It's far too easy to find that one user with great silicon on LN2 in a perfect environment, the right GB build, and the best run of the CPU's life and compare it to... whatever result makes the best case for your argument.
 

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Intel lists Wi-Fi 6 and 2.5GbE support on these new processors - to clarify, Intel means external controllers here. For some odd reason when Intel says support, it could mean internal to the chipset or external via a controller; this is messaging I've railed against for a while, as it ends up confusing for enthusiasts, especially when this is an enthusiast platform. It does mean however that we get official information about Intel's 2.5GbE controllers, which we've been waiting on for a couple of years. Intel stated that these controllers will be ready at a later date, and more information to follow. (The controllers are currently listed on Intel's ARK database, but as 1 GbE controllers for some reason.)
Not directly related to CPUs, but from that mentioned AT article about the 18-core HEDT Intel CPUs, seems that they're coming out with a 2.5GbE controller chip, looking forward to seeing that on higher-end motherboards, rather than the basic 1GbE chip. Finally, RealTek has some competition in the 2.5GbE space.
 

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