News Watch AMD Threadripper 3990X Use 128 Threads To Render a Video in Task Manager

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That's all nice. I got 3900x and it is slow as molasses. To encode 4k movie with it using Handbreak, takes up to 5 hours. 8/16 i7 7820x was doing much faster.
 
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First you have to find a 4 socket motherboard for that CPU - here's a hint - there aren't any. tops out at 2S
Windows Server 2016 can address 64-64 bit sockets with an unlimited number of logical cores, so they wouldn't all have to be on the same motherboard, just the same server system.
 
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That's all nice. I got 3900x and it is slow as molasses. To encode 4k movie with it using Handbreak, takes up to 5 hours. 8/16 i7 7820x was doing much faster.
You are comparing x264 encoding to an Intel QuickSync H.264 encoding. There is no quality comparison between the two, as x264 will beat it every time. As with every hardware encoder, like QS, it falls short.
 
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An enthusiast uses the task manager on a Threadripper-powered system to render a video.

Watch AMD Threadripper 3990X Use 128 Threads To Render a Video in Task Manager : Read more
This article is a old fake and should be reported like a fake or updated for match the new US law no ?
You already have the explanation back Februar 2020 with benchmarks and OS details :
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=3990x-windows-linux&num=2
May be use this processor on a true OS Linux for not have any software limitations keep your privacy without send any data to the developer and be GNU.

Yes Windows 10 home/pro can't even support this processor correctly nice to have pay for that no ?
Linux free OS support this processor without any issue.
 
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So instead of getting a writer who is experienced in coding and algorithms to explain how Genius is the man who coded this , Tomshardware is talking like a potatoes seller who does not know anything about computers and coding.

fine tomshardware fine , keep going down.
 
This article is a old fake and should be reported like a fake or updated for match the new US law no ?
You already have the explanation back Februar 2020 with benchmarks and OS details :
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=3990x-windows-linux&num=2
May be use this processor on a true OS Linux for not have any software limitations keep your privacy without send any data to the developer and be GNU.

Yes Windows 10 home/pro can't even support this processor correctly nice to have pay for that no ?
Linux free OS support this processor without any issue.
Please go away with this nonsense
 
This article is a old fake and should be reported like a fake or updated for match the new US law no ?
You already have the explanation back Februar 2020 with benchmarks and OS details :
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=3990x-windows-linux&num=2
May be use this processor on a true OS Linux for not have any software limitations keep your privacy without send any data to the developer and be GNU.

Yes Windows 10 home/pro can't even support this processor correctly nice to have pay for that no ?
Linux free OS support this processor without any issue.
Well, if this article is old and fake, and report worthy, maybe I should report you for going off topic!! :tearsofjoy:

I think you've missed the whole point of the article. It's not about which ecosystem is best, or which processor is best, and under what load type. It's only about appreciating the creativity, and ingenuity of the content creator. If you have trouble with that, then just take the trolling somewhere else, or at least make your point with an article that gives context. You're just brow beating for the sake of it.

Personally, I've been loving all these little fun articles, specially with the Raspberry PI and the cool ideas they come up with. I'm not the creative type, but I love to see what other people can come up with.

Cheer up buddy, smile. You might enjoy it.
 
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That's all nice. I got 3900x and it is slow as molasses. To encode 4k movie with it using Handbreak, takes up to 5 hours. 8/16 i7 7820x was doing much faster.
check your build
https://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph13400/102026.png
i7 7820x is on par with old TR doing ~170 frames per sec.

and here you have same screen of old TR doing ~170 frames while 3900x doing 270 frames per sec.
https://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph14605/111201.png

you have either set the cpu to run without turbo, or have other issue.
 

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