High-core count CPUs such as AMD’s Threadripper 7000-series are ideally suited to 3d rendering in programs like V-Ray. We look into how they perform compared to Intel Xeon and previous Threadripper Pro CPUs.
Photoshop may not be a targeted applications for high core count CPUs like AMD’s new Threadripper 7000 series, but it can be worth knowing how it stacks up against Intel’s Xeon offerings.
The new AMD Threadripper 7000 series offers substantial performance gains in Lightroom Classic – at times being 2x faster than the previous generation. But how does that compare to Intel’s Xeon W family?
While most After Effects users will be best served with an Intel Core or AMD Ryzen processor, the new AMD Threadripper 7000 series offer terrific performance for those working with complex After Effects projects.
The new AMD Threadripper 7000 processors aim to extend AMD’s lead over Intel in the pro market, but are they significantly faster than the previous generation Threadripper PRO 5000 WX-series?
The new AMD Threadripper 7000 series CPUs are here, offering significant perforamnce gains in DaVinci Resolve. But, is it enough for AMD to take the lead over Intel Xeon W?
This post is Part 1 in a series on how to configure a system for LLM deployments and development usage. The configuration will be suitable for multi-user deployments and also useful for smaller development systems. Part 1 is about the base Linux server setup.
We spoke with the team at Vū about their experiences working with Puget Systems and how clusters of our workstations help them drive massive LED walls.
AI and Machine Learning have a large number of technical terms that can be confusing to those new to this space. This glossary features easy to understand definitions for a variety of terms related to AI and machine learning.
We talked with Gavin about the evolution of The Slow Mo Guys YouTube channel and how Puget Systems provides the computing power required to make it work.