Ryzen vs i7 (Mainstream); Threadripper vs i9 (HEDT); X299 vs X399; Xeon vs Epyc

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    Interesting bit of vendor news, the AMD 5700/5700XT have been noticeable slowing sales of Nvidia GPU's in that price range:

    "RTX 2070 Coming Back
    Our board partner contacts have told us that they’ve ordered more RTX 2070 GPU dies, and that NVIDIA is reviving the previously-retired 2070 line because AMD RX 5700 XT sales are outpacing 2060 Super sales. NVIDIA had originally told us (on record) that the RTX 2070 would be replaced with the 2060 Super and 2070 Super, but the company looks to be prolonging the life of its 2070 to better compete with AMD."
    https://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/3528-hw-news-14nm-shortage-worsens-nvidia-revives-rtx-2070

    HW News - NVIDIA Brings Back RTX 2070 to Fight AMD, Worse 14nm Shortage
    Gamers Nexus
    Published on Nov 1, 2019
    Hardware news this week notes NVIDIA's resurrection of the 2070 (to fight vs. 5700 XT)

    IMHO, Nvidia should have brought back the GTX1080ti in the $400 - $450 range, anything *without* that RTX baggage.
     
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    Here's the AMD Epyc's 105 World Records list:

    AMD EPYC Processor World Records
    https://www.amd.com/en/processors/epyc-world-records

    Original world record list at launch (as of 8/7/19):
    1. 1P CPU2017 Floating Point Rate Base is a(n) 1-socket world record (tied) on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-223 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16292.html#

    2. 1P CPU2017 Floating Point Rate Base is a(n) 1-socket world record (tied) on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-98 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16244.html#

    3. 2P CPU2017 Floating Point Rate Base is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-94 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16241.html#

    4. 1P CPU2017 Floating Point Rate Peak is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-97 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16244.html#

    5. 2P CPU2017 Floating Point Rate Peak is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-93 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16241.html#

    6. 1P CPU2017 Floating Point Speed Base is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-105 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16289.html#

    7. 2P CPU2017 Floating Point Speed Base is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-103 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16240.html#

    8. 1P CPU2017 Floating Point Speed Peak is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-104 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16246.html#

    9. 2P CPU2017 Floating Point Speed Peak is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-102 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16240.html#

    10. 1P CPU2017 Integer Rate Base is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-96 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16290.html#

    11. 2P CPU2017 Integer Rate Base is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-92 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16242.html#

    12. 1P CPU2017 Integer Rate Peak is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-95 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16290.html#

    13. 2P CPU2017 Integer Rate Peak is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-91 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16242.html#

    14. 2P SAP SD 2-tier is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-129 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.sap.com/dmc/benchmark/2019/Cert19044.pdf

    15. 2P SAP SD 2-tier is a(n) 2-socket world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-128 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.sap.com/dmc/benchmark/2019/Cert19044.pdf

    16. 1P SPEC ACCEL OpenACC is a(n) Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-150 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190716-00127.html#

    17. 1P SPEC ACCEL OpenACC is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-221 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190716-00127.html#

    18. 1P SPEC ACCEL OpenCL is a(n) Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-151 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190716-00128.html#

    19. 1P SPEC ACCEL OpenCL is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-222 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190716-00128.html#

    20. 1P SPEC MPI 2007 Medium is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-153 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190716-00126.html#

    21. 1P SPEC OMP(G) 2012 is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-152 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/mpi2007/results/res2019q3/mpi2007-20190716-00637.html#

    22. 1P SPECjbb2015-Composite Critical is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-120 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00463.html#

    23. 1P SPECjbb2015-Composite Critical is a(n) 1-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-197 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00463.html#

    24. 1P SPECjbb2015-Composite Critical is a(n) 1-socket world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-155 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190718-00484.html#

    25. 2P SPECjbb2015-Composite Critical is a(n) Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-126 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00461.html#

    26. 2P SPECjbb2015-Composite Critical is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-122 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00461.html#

    27. 2P SPECjbb2015-Composite Critical is a(n) 2-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-198 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00461.html#

    28. 1P SPECjbb2015-Composite Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-120 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00463.html#

    29. 1P SPECjbb2015-Composite Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-119 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00463.html#

    30. 1P SPECjbb2015-Composite Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-199 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190718-00484.html#

    31. 2P SPECjbb2015-Composite Max is a(n) Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-146 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00461.html#

    32. 2P SPECjbb2015-Composite Max is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-111 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00461.html#

    33. 2P SPECjbb2015-Composite Max is a(n) 2-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-121 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00461.html#

    34. 1P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Critical is a(n) 1-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-118 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190718-00482.html

    35. 2P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Critical is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-190 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00470.html#

    36. 2P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Critical is a(n) 2-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-110 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00470.html#

    37. 1P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-117 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00465.html#

    38. 1P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 702P. ROM-193 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00465.html#

    39. 2P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Max is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-157 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00471.html#

    40. 2P SPECjbb2015-Distributed (1n) Max is a(n) 2-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-157 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00471.html#

    41. 1P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Critical is a(n) 1-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-116 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190718-00480.html#

    42. 1P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Critical is a(n) 1-socket world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-156 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190718-00476.html#

    43. 2P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Critical is a(n) 2-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-108 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00462.html#

    44. 1P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-115 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00467.html#

    45. 1P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-191 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00467.html#

    46. 1P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Max is a(n) 1-socket world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-154 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00474.html

    47. 2P SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM Max is a(n) 2-socket world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-107 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/jbb2015/results/res2019q3/jbb2015-20190717-00463.html#

    48. 1P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) 1-socket (2U) world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-186 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190717-00986.html#

    49. 1P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) 1-socket (1U) world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-148 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190717-00984.html#

    50. 1P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-185 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190717-00986.html#

    51. 1P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) 1-socket (1U) world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-187 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190717-00985.html#

    52. 2P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-149 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190716-00980.html#

    53. 2P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) 2-socket (2U) world record on Linux® on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-183 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190716-00980.html#

    54. 2P SPECpower_ssj2008 is a(n) 2-socket (2U) world record on Windows® on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-147 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190716-00982.html#

    55. 2P SPECvirt_sc2013 is a 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-99 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.spec.org/virt_sc2013/results/res2019q3/virt_sc2013-20190726-00122-perf.html

    56. 2P TPC-DS @ 10TB is an Overall performance world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502. ROM-158 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: 2S TPC-DS @ 10TB 4,418,054 QphDS@10,000GB, $0.12/QphDS@10,000GB = http://www.tpc.org/5003#

    57. 2P TPC-DS @ 10TB is a 2-socket performance world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502. ROM-238 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: 2S TPC-DS @ 10TB 4,418,054 QphDS@10,000GB, $0.12/QphDS@10,000GB = http://www.tpc.org/5003#

    58. 2P TPC-DS @ 10TB is a Overall price-performance 10TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502. ROM-230 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: 2S TPC-DS @ 10TB 4,418,054 QphDS@10,000GB, $0.12/QphDS@10,000GB = http://www.tpc.org/5003#

    59. 1P TPC-E SQL Server is a 1-socket price-performance world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-179 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/4085#

    60. 1P TPC-E SQL Server is a 1-socket performance world record on AMD EPYC™ 7742. ROM-184 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/4085#

    61. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 1-node is a 1 Processor world record non-clustered at 1000GB on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-180 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3342#

    62. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 1-node is a Overall non-clustered price-performance world record at 1,000GB on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-237 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3342#

    63. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 4-node is a Overall price-performance world record (tie) on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-239 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3340#

    64. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 4-node is a 4 Processor world record (historical) cluster on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-177 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3340#

    65. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 8-node is a Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-140 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3341#

    66. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 8-node is a Overall price-performance world record (tie) on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-141 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3341#

    67. 1P TPC-H @ 1TB 8-node is a 8 Processor cluster world record (historical) cluster on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-139 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/3341#

    68. 1P TPCx-HS @ 10TB is a Overall 10TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502P. ROM-165 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5532#

    69. 1P TPCx-HS @ 10TB is a 1-socket 10TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502P. ROM-166 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5532#

    70. 1P TPCx-HS @ 10TB is a Overall price-performance 10TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502P. ROM-167 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5532#

    71. 1P TPCx-HS @ 30TB is a Overall 30TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502P. ROM-161 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5533#

    72. 1P TPCx-HS @ 30TB is a(n) 1-socket 30TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502P. ROM-162 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5533#

    73. 1P TPCx-HS @ 30TB is a(n) Overall price-performance 30TB world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502P. ROM-163 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5533#

    74. 1P TPCx-IoT 4-node is a(n) 1-socket 4P total world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502. ROM-189 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5754#

    75. 1P TPCx-IoT 4-node is a(n) Overall price-performance world record on AMD EPYC™ 7502. ROM-228 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5754#

    76. 2P TPCx-V is a(n) Overall world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-106 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5302#

    77. 2P TPCx-V is a(n) 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-123 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5302#

    78. 2P TPCx-V is a(n) Overall price-performance world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-159 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: http://www.tpc.org/5302#

    79. 2P VMmark 3.1 classic is a(n) 2-host, matched pair 2-socket world record on AMD EPYC™ 7702. ROM-35 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2019-08-07-HPE-ProLiant-DL385Gen10.pdf#

    80. 1P VMmark 3.1 vSAN is a(n) 1-socket, 4-host world vSAN record on AMD EPYC™ 7702P. ROM-36 as of 8/7/2019.
    Source: https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2019-08-07-HPE-ProLiant-DL325Gen10.pdf#



    Updated world record list (since 8/7/19):

    81. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 1-socket world record on the SPECpower_ssj® 2008 benchmarkhttps://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2019q3/power_ssj2008-20190717-00986.html# as of 08/07/19. ROM-185

    82. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the Overall world record on the Cinebench - R15 benchmarkhttps://hwbot.org/submission/4216395_sth_patrick_cinebench___r15_2x_epyc_7742_11080_cb as of 09/11/19. ROM-297

    83. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 2-socket world record on the Cinebench - R15 benchmarkhttps://hwbot.org/submission/4216395_sth_patrick_cinebench___r15_2x_epyc_7742_11080_cb as of 09/11/19. ROM-298

    84. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the Overall world record on the Cinebench - R20 benchmarkhttps://hwbot.org/submission/4216519_sth_patrick_cinebench___r20_2x_epyc_7742_31833_marks as of 09/11/19. ROM-299

    85. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 2-socket world record on the Cinebench - R20 benchmarkhttps://hwbot.org/submission/4216519_sth_patrick_cinebench___r20_2x_epyc_7742_31833_marks as of 09/11/19. ROM-300

    86. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 2-socket world record on the SAP® Sales and Distribution (SD) 2-tier benchmarkhttps://www.sap.com/dmc/benchmark/2019/cert19047.pdf as of 09/11/19. ROM-301

    87. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 2-socket world record on Linux® on the SAP® Sales and Distribution (SD) 2-tier benchmark https://www.sap.com/dmc/benchmark/2019/cert19047.pdf as of 09/11/19. ROM-302

    88. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 1-socket world record on the SPEC ACCEL® OpenMP® benchmarkhttps://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190813-00129.html as of 09/11/19. ROM-303

    89. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7702P powered server has set the 1-socket world record on the SPECrate® 2017 Floating Point (Energy Base) benchmark http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/cpu2017-20190903-17793.html as of 09/11/19. ROM-304

    90. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7702P powered server has set the 1-socket world record on the SPECrate® 2017 Floating Point (Energy Peak) benchmark http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/cpu2017-20190903-17793.html as of 09/11/19. ROM-305

    91. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7702 powered server has set the Overall world record on the SPECrate® 2017 Floating Point (Energy Peak) benchmarkhttp://spec.org/cpu2017/results/cpu2017-20190903-17796.html as of 09/11/19. ROM-306

    92. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7702 powered server has set the 2-socket world record on the SPECrate® 2017 Floating Point (Energy Peak) benchmarkhttp://spec.org/cpu2017/results/cpu2017-20190903-17796.html as of 09/11/19. ROM-307

    93. 2P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7702 powered server has set the 2-socket world record on the SPECrate® 2017 Floating Point (Energy base) benchmarkhttp://spec.org/cpu2017/results/cpu2017-20190903-17796.html as of 09/11/19. ROM-308

    94. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall world record @ 1TB (SPARK - Framework 2) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @1TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-309

    95. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the 1-socket @ 1TB world record (SPARK - Framework 2) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @1TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-310

    96. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall price-performance @ 1TB world record (SPARK - Framework 2) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @1TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-311

    97. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall world record @ 1TB (Map Reduce - Framework 1) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @1TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-312

    98. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the 1-socket @ 1TB world record (Map Reduce - Framework 1) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @1TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-313

    99. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall price-performance @ 1TB world record (Map Reduce - Framework 1) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @1TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-314

    100. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall world record @ 3TB (SPARK - Framework 2) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @3TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-315

    101. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the 1-socket @ 3TB world record (SPARK - Framework 2) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @3TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-316

    102. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall price-performance @ 3TB world record (SPARK - Framework 2) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @3TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-317

    103. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall world record @ 3TB (Map Reduce - Framework 1) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @3TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-318

    104. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the 1-socket @ 3TB world record (Map Reduce - Framework 1) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @3TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-319

    105. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7542 powered server has set the Overall price-performance @ 3TB world record (Map Reduce - Framework 1) on the TPC® Express Benchmark HS @3TB benchmark http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-hs/results/tpcxhs_advanced_sort.asp?version=2 as of 09/11/19. ROM-320

    106. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the 1-socket world record on the TPC® Express Benchmark V benchmarkhttp://www.tpc.org/results/t5303.asp as of 09/11/19. ROM-321

    107. 1P 2nd Gen EPYC™ 7742 powered server has set the Overall price-performance world record on the TPC® Express Benchmark V benchmark http://www.tpc.org/results/t5303.asp as of 09/11/19. ROM-324


    FOOTNOTES
    SPEC®, SPECvirt®, SPEC CPU®, SPECrate®, SPECjbb®, SPECpower®, SPEC ACCEL®, SPEC MPI®, SPEC OMP®, and SPECspeed® are registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Learn more at spec.org. TPC and TPC benchmark are trademarks of the Transaction Processing Performance Council. VMmark and VMware vSAN are trademarks of VMware in the US or other countries.
    Here's an older graphic when AMD Epyc only had 100 World Records:
    amd-epyc-100-world-records-and-counting-1-638.jpg
     
  4. hmscott

    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Today was a wild ride for Intel, why oh why did Intel release on the same day as AMD? In the past Intel did this to have stolen sparkle from AMD, but today it really back fired on Intel, and showed how far Intel is behind AMD...

    Ryzen 9 3950X vs. Entire Intel Cascade Lake-X Lineup, When Price Cuts Aren't Enough
    Nov 26, 2019
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    Jay gives up on Intel and Switches to AMD... not a big surprise, but it's a nice build - ThreadRipper Orange!!

    AMD won us back! Switching back to AMD
    Nov 25, 2019
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    ►Main Parts List
    Phanteks Enthoo 719 (Formerly Luxe 2)
    ASUS Zenith II Extreme Motherboard
    AMD Threadripper 3970X CPU
    64GB Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB Memory 3600MHz
    EVGA RTX 2080Ti XC GPU
    Corsair 1TB MP600 M.2 Gen 4 NVME SSD
    Kingston Now 1TB Sata SSD Scratch Disk
    10TB x2 Seagate Ironworf Enterprise HDDs

    ►Cooling Gear
    Phanteks Glacier X399 AMD Waterblock
    Phanteks Glacier Founders Edition 2080/2080Ti Waterblock
    Phanteks 16mm/10mm Soft Tube Compression Fittings
    Singularity Computers Protium Reservior/D5 Combo
    AlphaCool 480mm Radiator
    AlphaCool 360mm Radiator
    10x Corsair LL120 RGB Fans
    PrimoChill 16mm/10mm LRT Clear Soft Tubing
    Corsair XL5 Premix Coolant Mayhems Orange Dye


    Jay drops more stuff, again...

    Jay: "I became so mad at Intel I didn't even fire it up [10980xe]" - 05:40

    Jay: "Intel has been ripping you off, all along" - 05:42


    Intel REALLY needs to rethink it's priorities...
    Nov 27, 2019
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    The Intel Core i9-10980XE is here... but it wasn't even worth turning on...


    As I've been saying for a very long time, Intel is squandering their position in the market and being poor stewards of the technology and it's going to come back on them one day.

    That day has been here for almost 3 years now, and a lot of people have already woken up and dropped Intel. Is today the day for you to drop Intel? Better earlier than later...

    Even if Intel is a couple of FPS ahead in particular games, is it really visible or noticeable in everyday play? Is it worth feeding the beast - rewarding Intel for their bad behaviors? Can you really feel good about this and still enjoy gaming on Intel? I know that if I have a choice to choose AMD, then I can't choose Intel today and the options to choose AMD over Intel are increasing...

    Awards: Best CPUs of 2019 (Gaming, Production, & Disappointment)
    Nov 26, 2019
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    Our round-up of the best CPUs of 2019 focuses on gaming, video editing and production, 3D modeling and animation (Blender), overclocking, budget class, and more!
    Article: https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/35...
    This recap of 2019 CPU reviews covers a few key category, including best CPU for video editing, best CPUs for Blender and 3D Modeling, best CPUs for gaming and overclocking, and most well-rounded CPUs. We also talk about top processors for small business and hobbyist production workloads and, counter to that, for ultra-budget gaming PCs. Of course, it wouldn't be a GamersNexus video without also talking about the biggest disappointment of the year and the worst trends of the year. Use this guide to determine which CPU you should buy for Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Blender, gaming, work, or value / budget. Conveniently, we're also posting this just before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so CPU sales and deals should start soon on older hardware.

    CPUs FEATURED (in order of appearance) - See Video and Youtube channel listing for more Details...
     
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    Another year gone, another CPU review of the year...not a big surprise, there's nothing much from Intel to recommend this year.

    Top 5 Best CPUs of 2019, Gaming & Productivity
    Dec 4, 2019
    Hardware Unboxed


    It's gotta be higher than 60% in the US, right?

    60% of European PC Enthusiasts Prefer AMD CPUs, According to EHA Study
    UPDATED by Raevenlord Monday, 03:30 Discuss (31 Comments)
    https://www.techpowerup.com/261732/...efer-amd-cpus-according-to-eha-study#comments

    "An independent study conducted by the European Hardware Association (EHA) has revealed that AMD now ranks higher than Intel in the CPU space. While we have seen this as recently as last week, where we reported on top sellers across some Amazon webstores in Europe, with AMD scoring most of the top sellers in both Germany and the UK, this is the first time a comprehensive study has put some verifiable, science-generated numbers for us to see.

    According to the EHA, 60% of the European PC enthusiasts (in a sample of 10,000 respondents) showed a strong sentiment towards AMD as their favored manufacturer of CPUs, and would choose any sort of system with an AMD CPU over an Intel one (including APU, AMD + Radeon graphics cards and AMD + NVIDIA graphics cards).

    This is a far cry from the same time around last year, where AMD only held 40% of a similar sample's preferred buying intention, and up from the 50% shown in the same study, carried out in 2H2019.

    The same survey also shows a slightly increased preference for AMD's graphics cards, with the 1H2019 showing 19% preference compared to 23% in this latest study."

    ...chart + more + comments on site...

    the54thvoid Posted on Dec 2nd 2019, 4:31
    "To be fair, most technophobic people don't favour either, but the point of this specific survey still stands; those who do know about CPUs and their branding have come to favour AMD."
     
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    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    The point of this study is that people that favored AMD platforms were more vocal than the Intel camp at this point in time. :rolleyes:

    Ignore simplistic studies such as this and buy what actually gives you better results for your workflow/workloads. Do top sellers matter? Who are these simpletons? They don't do what I do with my platforms. ;)

    Just because a billion+ flies eat $&^#, doesn't mean it tastes good. :)

    The AMD marketing machine is in full swing, but I don't see much change here. Especially for the normal users and particularly for mobile users. Every single AMD system I have played with seems woefully 'un-snappy' to me compared to my Intel setups. Keep going AMD, you're getting closer... maybe next year.

    Furthermore, having a preference for 'any sort of AMD CPU powered system over an Intel one' shows just how little their 'vote' counts. Going into any decision with that kind of bias makes you less than intelligent. And definitely doesn't show that one platform is superior, or not, for a given workflow.
     
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    TANWare Just This Side of Senile, I think. Super Moderator

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    As far as snap, AMD feels fine here on the HEDT front. I prefer my Mobile AMD to Intel offerings as well. But this is my use case. The study is too mainly show that the pre Ryzen stigma of having an inferior machine no longer exists, you have to get over that.

    I am not happy with AMD marketing and lies but now they are just all on an even playing field in that manor. Overall I do not regret having AMD just not as happy as I was.
     
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    Curious about which Mobile AMD you prefer vs. which Intel? The 10th gen Intel (10nm) is (again) at a different level than where we were 'minutes' ago. :)
     
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    I do not prefer AMD mobile as they are comparable performance wise for my use. Once 7nm makes it to mobile then I would prefer that. My preference as it is now for the AMD 2500u, and usually the 3500u, would be for comparable performance cost is lower. Again my use case which is as a casual home, non gaming, user for a mobile device.
     
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