While the new AMD Threadripper 7000 WX-Series processors offer incredible performance, in most cases they are such overkill for Lightroom Classic that they can be slower than a consumer CPU But, just how do they compare to the previous generation Threadripper PRO 5000 WX-series and Intel’s Xeon W line?
While the new AMD Threadripper 7000 WX-Series processors have significantly more cores than Photoshop can use, it is still often useful to know how they compare to the previous generation Threadripper PRO 5000 WX-series and Intel’s Xeon W line.
NVIDIA has released the complete family of professional Ada cards. How do they compare to the last-gen Ampere based professional GPUs?
How does performance compare across a variety of consumer-grade GPUs in regard to SDXL LoRA training?
How does performance compare across a variety of professional-grade GPUs in regard to SDXL LoRA training?
The 96-Core 7995WX is the highest core count desktop CPU on the market. How does it perform for content creation applications on the TRX50 platform?
The new AMD Threadripper 7000 processors provide significant performance gains over the previous generation, but how do the compare to older processors all the way back to the 1st gen Threadripper?
AMD has launched their new Threadripper 7000 series of processors, offering substantial performance improvements across the board. But, exactly how do they compare to Intel’s Xeon W-3400 line?
In this article, we will be examining the impact on the performance of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X from two different coolers, the Noctua NH-U14S TR5-SP6 and the Asetek 836S-M1A 3x120mm.
High-core count CPUs such as AMD’s Threadripper 7000-series are highly useful for development tasks in Unreal Engine. We look into how they perform compared to Intel Xeon and previous Threadripper Pro CPUs.