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AMD Threadripper Pro 5000WX Tested, Up to 35% Faster Than Zen 2 Counterparts

Puget Systems recently tested AMD’s new Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5000WX CPUs in several professional applications and found performance to be substantially better in most workloads compared to the older Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series. Several Intel chips were also tested, including the Xeon W 3000 series and i9-12900K. In the multi-core heavy applications, Threadripper 5000 dominated the best Intel can offer today.

Ryzen Threadripper 5000 is AMD’s newly updated HEDT workstation platform running on AMD’s Zen 3 architecture. Compared to Threadripper 3000, Threadripper 5000 offers significantly higher IPC performance, up to a 19 percent uplift, and a unified L3 cache per CCD which increases core responsiveness and performance in nearly all workloads. Core counts remain the same, but core frequencies have gone up.

In Puget Systems’ testing, the significantly quicker cores on Zen 3 Threadripper can make for considerable gains in heavily multi-threaded applications, despite core counts staying the same as the previous generation. This should be advantageous for all users since single-core heavy and multi-core heavy workloads can benefit from all of Threadripper 5000’s performance improvements.

Testing includes the 64-core 5995WX, 32-core 5975WX, 24-core 5965WX, 64-core 3995WX, 32-core 3975WX, and 16-core 3955WX. For Intel parts, tests were conducted with the Xeon W series (W-3365, W-3345, W-3335, and Core i9-12900K) for testing single-core heavy workloads.

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