Plan 9 from Skylake-X
Subject: Processors | June 28, 2017 - 03:03 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: 7900x, Core i9, Intel, skylake-x, x299
The Tech Report recently wrapped up the first part of their review of Intel's new Core i9-7900X, focusing on its effectiveness in production machine. Their benchmarks cover a variety of scientific tasks such as PhotoWorxx, FPU Julia and Mandel as well as creativity benchmarks like picCOLOR, DAWBench DSP 2017 and STARS Euler3D. During their testing they saw the same peaks in power consumption as Ryan did in his review, 253W under a full Blender load. Their follow up review will focus on the new chips gaming prowess, for now you should take a look at how your i9-7900X will perform for you when you are not playing around.
"Intel's Core i9-7900X and its Skylake-X brethren bring AVX-512 support, a new cache hierarchy, and a new on-die interconnect to high-end desktops. We examine how this boatload of high-performance computing power advances the state of the art in productivity applications."
Here are some more Processor articles from around the web:
- Intel Core i9 7900X Linux Benchmarks @ Phoronix
- Intel Core i7 7740X Benchmarks On Linux @ Phoronix
- Ryzen 5 1400 @ Hardware Secrets