Whatever your digital creation is, be it a 3D model, 4K video or animation, we all know that impatient feeling waiting to see the results of your creative design. The 2nd Gen Ryzen™ Threadripper processors enable blazing fast renders, exports and encodes. With up to 32 cores and 64 threads, the 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper is a beast for digital content creators that saves you time.

 

The 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors improve upon the 1st generation counterparts with higher clocks speeds (thanks to the new 12nm process and “Zen+” architecture) and improved boost technologies (with XFR2 and Precision Boost 2 technology) for better performance with your favorite content creation applications.

 

Looking at the 1st Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPU (16-core) vs. the 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X CPU (16-core) you’ll see performance gains across a variety of 3D rendering, video editing and graphic design applications.

 

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See footnote #1 for complete test configuration

 

For even more performance the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX processor pushes HEDT systems to the next level with 32 cores and 64 threads of processing power. That’s an extra 14 cores over the comparable Intel i9 7980XE CPU, which helps you complete your work faster and still have processing power left over to multi-task on the same machine.

 

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And there you have it. Whether you’re editing videos, creating animations, or designing 3D models, the new 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs are here to help save you time and get your work done faster.

 

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David Tjong, Product Marketing Manager for AMD. His postings are his own opinions and may not represent AMD’s positions, strategies or opinions. Links to third party sites are provided for convenience and unless explicitly stated, AMD is not responsible for the contents of such linked sites and no endorsement is implied. GD-5

 

“Zen” is a codename only and not an AMD product name.

1. Testing by AMD Performance labs as of 07/15/2018. Workstation PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on different driver versions used. System Configurations:  All systems equipped with 64 GB quad-channel DDR4 2666 MHz (4x16), Samsung M.2 NVME 960PRO 500GB SSD, Windows 10 RS4 operating system and Radeon Pro WX7100 graphics adapters with driver version 24.20.11001.1 AMD Threadripper 2950X: MSI MEG Motherboard; AMD Threadripper 1950X- Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7.; Results ordered in AMD Threadripper 2950X vs. AMD Threadripper 1950X: ChaosGroup VRay benchmark v3.57 (V-Ray rendering): 43 sec vs. 47.6 for (1/43) / (1/47.6) =  1.10 or 10% faster; Adobe Dimension design software: 199 sec vs. 218.7 for (1/173) / (1/199) =  1.098 or 10% faster; Adobe Premiere encoding time exporting: 368 sec vs. 461 for (1/368) / (1/461) = 1.25 or 25% faster; BlackMagic Design Davinci Resolve 15.0b5: 43.3 sec vs. 46.3 for (1/43.3) / (1/46.3) = 1.069 or 7% faster; SPECwpc™ V2.1 benchmark under official run settings; subtest estimate score for Maya used to show performance of Autodesk® Maya® computer animation software. Score: 14.6 vs. 12.2 for 14.6/12.2 = 1.195 or 20% more; SPECwpc™V2.1 is a trademark of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). Additional information about the SPEC benchmarks can be found at www.spec.org/gwpg

 

2. Testing by AMD Performance labs as of 07/15/2018. Workstation PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on different driver versions used. System Configurations:  All systems equipped with 64 GB quad-channel DDR4 2666 MHz (4x16), Samsung M.2 NVME 960PRO 500GB SSD, Windows 10 RS4 operating system and Radeon Pro WX7100 graphics adapters with driver version 24.20.11001.1 AMD Threadripper 2990WX: MSI MEG Motherboard; Intel Core i7-7980XE, MSI Raider X299 motherboard; Results ordered in Intel Core i9-7980XE vs. AMD Threadripper 2990WX: ChaosGroup VRay benchmark v3.57 (V-Ray rendering): 38 sec vs. 26 sec for (1/26) / (1/38) =  1.46 or 46% faster; Adobe Dimension design software: 206 sec vs. 173 sec for (1/173) / (1/206) =  1.19 or 19% faster; Adobe Premiere encoding time exporting: 438 sec vs. 434 sec for (1/434) / (1/438) = 1.01 or 1% faster; BlackMagic Design Davinci Resolve 15.0b5: 43.7 sec vs. 34.0 sec for (1/34) / (1/43.7) =  1.28 or 28% faster; SPECwpc™ V2.1 benchmark under official run settings; subtest estimate score for Maya used to show performance of Autodesk® Maya® computer animation software. Score: 16.2 vs. 16.0 for 16.0/16.2 = .99 or -1% more; SPECwpc™V2.1 is a trademark of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). Additional information about the SPEC benchmarks can be found at www.spec.org/gwpg