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I've been geeking out on these new CPU's. Seems like some serious horsepower for a DAW. I've been using a fiver year old build with an Intel i7 K four cores and eight threads.

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It's done the gig. I've been an Intel dude since the beginning. Maybe a developer could chime in quickly? But for normal use I wouldn't worry about it. Ryzen x is a very strong cpu for daw use. I hope someone can give you a more detailed view.

I built this powerhouse machine for my daily work as a software developer but it's a fantastic audio workstation as well. I highly recommend the Ryzen family as a great platform for DAW boxes.

Maybe you can tell about your motherboard and experiences with it? And what ever the motherboard, efficient cooling is essential for a reliable daw.

I recently replaced the stock fans of my case Fractal R5 and both the noise and temperature improved significantly. The build experience was smooth as silk. I've had absolutely no problems with any of the components I used.

I've always built my own PC's. By comparison, that build was complex and fraught with challenges and while it ran well for over ten years, it had it's quirks.

The DIY world for high-end PC's has come a long way and the parts I used were all well-thought out, well documented and extremely easy to assemble. I felt like I was cheating. Event the liquid cooler was easy as pie and the temperatures are nice and stable. The build is very quiet. You can hear the fans ramp up a bit when I'm stressing things and I wouldn't call this an absolutely silent build, but I'm pretty sure if I monkeyed with the fan heat profiles I could get it pretty darned close.

That comes with the chipset drivers and sets up the memory speed profiles and CPU configurations. I haven't felt the need to use any more extreme settings.Menu Menu. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search Advanced…. Log in. Trending Search forums. What's new.

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Ancalagon44 said:. What makes you say that? How do you know whether it is true or not? First, why would they use CPUs? There is no benefit. GPUs are purpose built for rendering - they are much more efficient at it.

They just don't gain anything from CPU rendering.The AMD Ryzen series has been well anticipated and in fact the last time there was this much buzz around a release, it was quite possibly the first Ryzen generation a couple of years back. At that time we saw the platform pull AMD back into the limelight and whilst the results were mixed across many usage scenarios, it was clear the platform certainly had the potential to live up to.

AMD, of course, has continued tweaking the platform throughout this period, acknowledging some of the internal latency issues we also saw in the first round of testing and generally showing positive improvements along the way. The mainstream reviewers looked to have got their hands on them in the week prior to launch, so there is already a lot of coverage out there regarding the more common applications and the hardware has performed well. The upside of this is that I only managed to put one of the chips across the bench before the launch day AGESA BIOS update surfaced which after applying I also saw a small improvement to performance and so ensured that all testing was done with this in place.

The for a none X series chip did well, allowing us to take it to a steady 4. The X allowed us to max out all of 8 of its cores at 4. I managed a 4. Other notable improvements include further tuning to the internal memory latencies and a sizable increase to the L3 cache, both of which should be beneficial to our performance scores.

This should give us a reasonable baseline to start from and still have the ability to check for any performance affected by latency. Another change is that both sets of tests are being reported using Reaper this time.

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I completed the testing initially using both Reaper and Cubase, but upon looking over the results I saw an irregularity that sent me back to retest again using Reaper for both sets, more of which I shall cover in the results section. Having made all those changes, please be aware that these results and prior results are in no way comparable. OS version. BIOS versions. Reaper version. Cubase removed. Different audio interface. Modified DAWBench versions. The one benchmark that can still be used to loosely compare is CPU-Z and that is where we shall start.

This test sees us stacking up plugin instances on a thread by thread by thread basis until the whole CPU hits a breaking point. This test is our raw performance test and as hoped the results are impressive. The second chart we have is the DAWBench VI Kontakt test, which I imagine is going to be the interesting one for most readers following on from prior writes ups. And interesting it certainly was. The X with its new dual chiplet design was the only model to not come away with a completely clean sheet, although given we have an extra die section to deal with, this might not prove to be a huge surprise.The Ryzen 3 G a great deal for budget gaming rig builders and purchasing a single chip for both graphics and processing adds to the value.

AMD's Raven Ridge design combines Zen-based execution cores and the Vega graphics architecture into a highly integrated die complete with DDR4 memory control, PCI Express connectivity, north bridge functionality, and fixed-function accelerators.

We do have to temper our excitement, though. These processors are mostly fit for playing games at entry-level detail settings using lower resolutions than a typical Tom's Hardware GPU review includes.

Still, they boast impressive specifications. The flagship Ryzen 5 G earned our affections for its ability to play every game we tested at x Some titles were even playable at higher-quality settings than we expected.

Did we mention it overclocks well, too? But we don't want to overlook the less expensive Ryzen 3 G, which at publication time made our list of best gaming CPUs and best CPUs for desktop applications. AMD aims this processor at an eSports crowd accepting of p gaming.

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Even though Pentiums now include Hyper-Threading, AMD justifies its premium with four physical cores and a much more capable graphics engine.

To further differentiate the two models, AMD lowers Ryzen 3's base clock rate to 3. Again, though, that's not particularly debilitating compared to Ryzen 5 G's 3. Both processors also feature the same 4MB L3 cache.

All existing platforms include display outputs; just be sure your board of choice has the connectors you need.

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Existing motherboards need a firmware update to recognize the new models, while newer models include a "Ryzen Desktop Ready" badge indicating drop-in compatibility. Unfortunately, most online retailers fail to distinguish between them, so you might need a compatible processor to upgrade your motherboard until old inventory is sold off.

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We don't have any information about what that kit includes, though. Ryzen 3 G, like Ryzen 5 G, includes unlocked ratio multipliers for overclocking. The graphics engine can naturally be tuned as well. It's purportedly more overclockable, too.

Of course, memory support varies based on the type of memory and configuration you use, as outlined in the chart above. Shoot for the fastest setup possible; lower data rates hurt the bandwidth-hungry graphics engine. These new chips support PCIe 3. An additional eight lanes are available for attaching discrete graphics. Unfortunately, that's a step backward from the outgoing Summit Ridge-based Ryzens that gave you 16 lanes for graphics.

Then again, we don't expect anyone to run a multi-GPU config on an entry-level platform. However, the company went with non-metallic thermal interface material for Ryzen 5 G and Ryzen 3 G. AMD bundles its 65W Wraith Stealth cooler with both models, and while the aluminum-core sink was designed for 65W processors, we recommend a beefier aftermarket cooler for overclocking.All numbers in the text are updated to reflect pricing at the time of writing.

Numbers in graphs reflect MSRP. Sometimes choosing a CPU is hard. So we've got you covered. In our CPU Guides, we give you our pick of some of the best processors available, supplying data from our reviews.

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Our Best CPUs for Workstations guide mostly covers workstation processors available to consumers, although some server products cover both segments. As we move into the holiday season and intothere comes a time when the high-end desktop market slows down a bit and everyone can sit on some new hardware for a while, knowing that they have the best for their money. It is worth noting that for some high-end desktop users, particularly professionals that can amortize the cost of the hardware over time due to their increased throughput, price and longevity might not be an issue.

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Also, businesses or even academic institutions may have preferred vendors for their pre-built systems, and as a result will experience a different cost structure than just simply buying a processor — they end up with a system that might have an extended parts and support warranty, or even with progressive automatic upgrades, and it will be up to the vendor to supply that.

Hopefully this list can be useful to those vendors as well when it comes to building systems for their customers. Intel recently launched its Cascade Lake-X Refresh platform in November with significantly lower prices than the previous generation, so why is this a problem?

It comes in three stages. Thirdly, is that the major etailers in the US have even gone so far as to remove the product pages from their website completely, due to both the lack of stock and the lack of a commitment to obtaining new stock. Searching for the latest Cascade Lake-X Refresh CPUs on Amazon gives listings for only two of the four CPUs, with stock only at third parties, and on Newegg only shows up the lowest core count modelbut out of stock.

A few weeks ago, while I was in the US, I managed to spend some time in brick and mortar stores. The difference in stock levels was quite obvious:. Intel has stated that through there will still be supply issues for its processors. More on this below, but onto the recommendations. Sometimes all you want are cores - either for masses of virtual machines, or highly parallel workloads, or something else.

This chip gives 56 lanes of PCIe 4. For that price the hardware has a base frequency of 2. It will be important to keep this in mind. The EPYC P in this instance, being a socketed part that can be purchased off the shelf, gets our vote.

Offering 32 cores on a high-end desktop platform with a unified memory design at a price where Intel used to offer 10 cores not too long ago is an astonishing leap in cores per dollar, and when you factor in that the Threadripper has a higher IPC and an aggressive frequency makes it all the more impressive. The main complaint with the previous generation core 2 nd gen Threadripper was the un-even memory distribution, and that is gone with the X, allowing for a more unified design that does almost everything you want to do on a workstation really well.

For anyone wanting a more cost-effective high-end desktop system, then we can save some monies by looking at the mid-stack. The only issue here with these two options is going to be availability. Even then, when found at retail, it will be questionable if they will be at the recommended retail pricing. The Ryzen 9 X is also hard to find in certain regions. There is an option of looking at older hardware. Intel is still selling the Skylake-X processors, and hopefully when this post goes live they will have half-price discounts applied, although that might not be a given.Menu Menu.

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First Prev 69 of 86 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Previous Next. Jun 1, 1, 1, I disagree. Most owners probably never encounter this issue, as far as I can tell. If this was 'bad news' for " all the owners" that haven't gotten an RMA then surely they'd all already be suffering from issues.

That doesn't seem to be the case at all. Actually I don't recall a single review that disclosed this particular problem.This is more of a catch up or state of play post to allow us to see the market as it stands. In testing on the 64 thread X I saw it refuse to run cleanly on the DB VI test at a 64 buffer, where it simply crackled constantly with little to no load applied.

So, we thought there might be a few usable scenarios to be had, but then we ran the DSP test and hit another snag. I also took a look at the mighty X, although was beaten here as well for a slightly different reason. These were amongst the last chips that I took a look a proper look at and throughout remained popular options, still offering a strong solution where the utmost compatibility is concerned.

Having tried it with MHz RAM kits, it does indeed work great, but packs of RAM at that speed are both fairly rare and pretty expensive in comparison with more common speeds. So the question comes up, is more, simply more? So, testing this time is carried out with that in mind and a few additional notes before I lay out the charts. Windows 10 running the build, which is latest at the time of writing.

AMD has suggested not overclocking the chips themselves this generation, rather letting the system manage it for you. Our Z setups by comparison remain active with an all core turbo setup on each chip and officially rated RAM as the more optimum setup. So, as expected with the memory lag cleared up, we see the performance restored at the lowest latency settings and it makes a sizable difference.

Of course, the performance hole we saw previously was always more apparent in the VI test and again the difference here is clear. The XE holds its crown in the VI test but not by a huge margin, whilst falling behind in the DSP test, meaning that if the chips were more equally priced then this would be far too tough to call.

With much of the first and even second quarter of this year likely to see the entire component industry hit with delays in production and shipping, we might well be seeing shortages across the board for the more popular lines for some time to come. It also means that at the time of writing this may prove to be quite possibly the best time to buy in quite a while, if you can source the parts. As such, I went with the previous suggested the best memory when testing around launch and AMD has publically outlined that the optimum speed is now MHz with a CAS16 timing as this puts the memory on a perfect ratio with the internal Infinity Fabric bus arrangement.

The results I have today is more of a comparison to show some basic gains and at a slightly cheaper price point. Above MHz memory carries a sizable price premium and some of you may be wondering what gains can be achieved at what price points.

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What we can see here is similar small gains moving from MHz to MHz, with it being fairly marginal overall moving up at this level.

In regards to overclocking the advice that AMD put forward early on appears to be very true with faster memory installed. In initial testing, I overclocked the systems and ran MHz memory and saw some solid gains. With the faster memory, we see the same if not better gains and we can also run the CPU cooler at stock.

One thing that the results have left me wondering, especially with the closing of the gap as we approach the MHz optimum is has this always been the case.

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Even now it carries a rather hefty cost premium and I have to ponder is this simply a case of the memory market catching up to the Ryzen chipset. Scan 3XS Audio Systems.