Today we have some more benchmarks from trusted Youtuber LinusTechTips. The same ratio will be followed from the older Rise of the Tomb Raider benchmarks. In a simple way, its gonna be Core i7 7700k vs Ryzen 7 1800x vs Core i9-7900x & obviously the Threadripper 1950x and 1920x. 3 Games were tested, along with 10 softwares.
We are gonna do head to head comparison between them. Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was used in these benchmarks, and same Rams were used, which were 3200 Mhz.

Threadripper  [easyazon_cta align=”none” identifier=”B074CBH3R4″ key=”small-light” locale=”US” tag=”techdudz-20″]

Core i7 7700k :[easyazon_cta align=”none” identifier=”B01MXSI216″ key=”small-light” locale=”US” tag=”techdudz-20″]

Ryzen 7 1800x : [easyazon_cta align=”none” identifier=”B06W9JXK4G” key=”small-light” locale=”US” tag=”techdudz-20″]

Core i9-7900x : [easyazon_cta align=”none” identifier=”B072KTSCCS” key=”small-light” locale=”US” tag=”techdudz-20″]

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Conclusion/Actual Winner?
Well, the Threadripper is performing very well, but the old Z270 and X299 weren’t that far. We saw that the X299 and Z270 badly defeated the Thirdripper in some titles like CS-GO, but let’s just agree to disagree. The Ryzen Threadripper seems much better choice, because of its specifications and obviously the extra 20 PCI-E slots. Future would tell us how the price to performance ratio would go, and then we will get to know the actual winner. So don’t hurry to buy one of them, because more benchmarks would be arriving very soon.

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