( 4.9 Average / 11 Ratings )
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As of 9/23/2017 this is the best processor money can buy. It's a $3,000 processor for under a grand. Like having a quad-quad core and just sings.
The single best CPU I have ever owned. Low temps, and higher performance than any Intel chip I have ever used. Bravo AMD.
If you have the money buy it
So Far so good... great for effortless spreasheeting and excel files.
Preforms well and is a vast improvement to my last CPU. Transcoding video while doing other things on my computer has been a nice change. Only downside is that motherboards for this CPU are expensive and require a beefy cooler.
Beasty CPU. Mine is made on week 40 of 2017 and no segfaults observed on linux.
Running happily at 4GHz and compiling crazy fast.
Amazingly fast rendering, will make iterations a lot quicker when animating! I spent some time learning how to overclock. In the end I didn't shoot too high, I read max temp for Threadripper is 68C (Tdie), which seems kind of low, but figure I'll play safe.
I gave the Voltage a modest boost to 1.24V which allowed for a 3.950MHz clock speed. Set the SOC Voltage to 1.1V and set the LLC for both to level 2.
Only thing I can ask is for better single core performance, but that's really just icing on the cake for the current value proposition and in my case really only useful while gaming.
Very Fast and excellent at multitasking
My first enthusiast CPU. Worth every penny. I can do so many things with this processor. Will probably never use it @ 100% but it's nice knowing that I have it.