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Which 3Dmark makes use of multi-core CPU?

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Got my hands on a 2990WX threadripper beast, and i'd like to run some 3DMark which would make use of many cores, i remember some time ago when i was an overclocking "legend" xDD, that 3D06 had the 2nd stage running a CPU bench, i don't know which 3DMark version is better for my purpose, i mean which one makes use of as more cores the better.

Any advice?

Thanks

 

PD, i have run all core-intensive benchs already such as cinebench etc, i just want to run a 3DMark to make some more testing

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3D mark vantage if I remember correctly is the 3d which scales most with coes, but I am a bit outdated^^

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3dmark time spy extreme (its physics test scales with cores and uses avx)

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Vantage only uses about 16 cores/threads. Time Spy Extreme can use more I think. Vantage's graphics test's are only single threaded also.

Though a modern Intel cpu will beat that 2990WX in 3D, AMD's cpu's are not the best for 3D stuff.

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5 hours ago, Predator said:

Got my hands on a 2990WX threadripper beast, and i'd like to run some 3DMark which would make use of many cores..

Any advice?

 

My advice, sell it and buy a proper Intel CPU :D

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Thank you all :)

 

I can't sell the chip because i really don't own it xD

Ok i'll try those ones, i should have my vantage license key somewhere

I've been told that maybe 3D11 could be a good one, will try and see

 

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