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AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Review & Benchmarks: Premiere, Blender, Gaming, & More

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  • Published on:  Sunday, July 7, 2019
  • For the AMD R9 3900X CPU review, we're focusing first on production workloads (Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, Blender, V-Ray, et al.) and secondarily on gaming.Ad: Buy Gigabyte's X570 Master on Amazon (https://geni.us/HAcFHA)Watch our Ryzen 5 3600 review - we strongly recommend the 3600: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AbNe...Article is pending -- we're exhausted from putting together 5 reviews in a day, so give us some time on the articles. If you want the 3600 article in the meantime, it's here: https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews...NEW RYZEN CPU LISTINGS:AMD Ryzen 5 3600 (Amazon): https://geni.us/vtPUEAMD Ryzen 5 3600X (Amazon): https://geni.us/uxr8AMD Ryzen 9 3900X (Amazon): https://geni.us/uPxxADCAMD Ryzen 7 3800X (Amazon): https://geni.us/kHxcqAMD Ryzen 7 3700X (Amazon): https://geni.us/sdVDHOAMD Ryzen 5 3400G (Amazon): https://geni.us/IWN0cAMD Ryzen 3 3200G (Amazon): https://geni.us/AxJmDWOr grab an affordable R7 2700X on Amazon: https://geni.us/HPeV or R7 2700 https://geni.us/CHQ0BIntel's i9-9900K (Amazon): https://geni.us/eNRPuThis review of the AMD R9 3900X looks at the CPU critically in gaming benchmarks and production or workstation benchmarks. The 3900X strikes at workstation-class performance in some of our tested applications, giving former HEDT users a more "budget" option relative to the performance. The primary comparison versus the AMD R9 3900X is vs. the Intel i9-9900K, although we also compare the R9 3900X to the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 that we previously reviewed, as gaming builds can potentially cut some costs by dropping down a few SKUs in pricing.Like our content? Please consider becoming our Patron to support us: http://www.patreon.com/gamersnexus** Please like, comment, and subscribe for more! **Follow us in these locations for more gaming and hardware updates:t: http://www.twitter.com/gamersnexusf: http://www.facebook.com/gamersnexusw: http://www.gamersnexus.net/Editorial & Test Lead: Steve BurkeEditorial, Testing, Data Validation: Patrick LathanVideo: Andrew Coleman, Josh Svoboda, Keegan GallickQuality Control: Keegan Gallick, Steve Burke
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  • Gamers Nexus

     13 days ago

    Watch our Ryzen 5 3600 review - we strongly recommend the 3600: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AbNeht4tAEOur RX 5700 XT review is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SAWtKEIYbwLinks to the CPUs are in the description! Or, to support us directly, please consider picking up a GN shirt, modmat, toolkit, or drinkware on the store: https://store.gamersnexus.net/

  • RobberClobber

     10 days ago

    WTB benchmarks for resolutions that these processors will likely play at... Its 2019 could a guy get more attention on 1440p and higher?! Before anyone yells bottlenecks I get it. Benchmarks in games and the difference between them change drastically at a higher resolution.

  • lee x

     11 days ago

    Guessing main problem with the 3900x is it has 3 cores per ccx (3+3 chiplet 3+3) so it has to do more L3 copy over infinity fabric it also be interesting is there a higher penalty to L3 copy from chiplet to chiplet infinity fabric then instead of within one chiplet 2 ccx groups (not sure but I think all ccx connect to the bridge chip so all infinity fabric is the same over any chiplet or between adjacent ccx) On the 3700x it has 4 cores per ccx and no chiplet as well so all communication stays within ...

  • Blayne Bridgeland

     13 days ago

    Just happen to stumble across this channel looking for ryzen reviews, and I'm a fan for life keep up the great work.

  • jimmey dean hiya

     3 hours ago

    @Dallas i so wish he would grow out his beaRD:)

  • Demorthus

     6 days ago

    Stellar review! Also wanted to point out the irony in that you essentially described me near the end as to whom this cpu is more geared towards lol. I wish it was a joke, but it's really such a niche processor that it's really the most compelling one out of the rest I'm currently looking at. I also do custom water cooling so I'd be intrigued as to how overclocking would be like given that many cores & the stricter relationship between thermals & boosting

  • Szef

     13 days ago

    I'm very curious to see 3800x reviews, I don't see many people talking about that chip.

  • Mohamed Osama

     17 hours ago

    @K3 K4 of it's clocked high,it must perform betterI think it might game better than the 3900x just because it's clocked high.but again the 3900x is advertised to be clocked 4.6 but it doesn't do that on all core

  • James H

     8 days ago

    Gee, wonder why. 3fps difference between 3700X and 3900X already.

  • Whitehelm

     13 days ago

    6:07 TFW the 3900X breaks the chart LUL

  • Deyon Singh

     12 days ago

    @Giffandy5329 at 6:19 he benches 7-Zip and Adobe products, wot games those be?

  • Jack The toilet bowl gamer

     12 days ago

    @Big Bluood good point :) I just play video games and I like the flashy lights lol. My ps4 can't do that

  • Shanghaimartin

     13 days ago

    I'm no video editor, but I frequently see comments that Adobe are behind the times and will not update their software to take cores into account, and people are switching over to DaVinci Resolve. So just wondering why on all the half a dozen reviews I've seen is DaVinci not being included?

  • Llamaland

     5 days ago

    @Steven Lang Or, if you got fed up with paying £45 PER MONTH, for buggy Adobe software (and always had to work a version behind current to have any sort of stability), instead of buying a Resolve 16 Studio license on ebay for £150 for LIFE and have updates come in every few weeks. I've been using Premiere since the original Premiere 5... and finally had enough. Resolve 16 has been absolutely stellar so far, performance is streets ahead with 4k. Oh and Lumetri vs Resolve Colour... let's not even go th...

  • Lancer VI

     5 days ago

    @Steven Lang Keep running your suck like a Sally. It's ok. We don't judge.

  • Nat Tuck

     13 days ago

    Now there's a 12-core consumer chip. Game devs are out of excuses for shipping engines optimized for exactly four cores.

  • Vlad Vahnovanu

     8 hours ago

    @RIPTIDE FPV Fuck R9 3900X it's 499 NOT 600 Intel fanboy!

  • Novat

     9 hours ago

    At best, they will be moving to 6 core in 2020 through 2023. The Ryzen 5 and the Intel i5 are now 6 core parts. In fact, AMD sold the R5 1600 for 219$ in mid 2017. Intel sold the 6 core 8600k at the end of 2018.

  • WarHell

     13 days ago

    I was expecting this review in particular. Hope it adress the ¨Bios issues¨ with PBO.

  • Vlad Vahnovanu

     5 days ago

    @himynameistim ...but there are, some motherboard manufacturers used somewhat older AGESA+BIOS which is NOT a good thing to do!

  • himynameistim

     11 days ago

    There are no BIOS issues your friggin shills.

  • Rupert Pupkin

     13 days ago

    There’s really been GN and then everybody else as far as quality of coverage has gone today. Happy to be a subscriber.

  • Matt D

     12 days ago

    @Lachlan H It's 3733 but yeah 3600 is a reasonable place to stop

  • Lachlan H

     12 days ago

    KingHados 3600 MHz is the sweet spot for zen 2. It has to do with the infinity fabric ratio being 1:1 and anything past that means the ratio has to change. Some other reviewers have explained it if you care to look. More testing needs to be done when manufacturers bios get updated. They are all in beta at the moment.

  • PrimeTech

     13 days ago

    Would the more cores benefit DaVici Resolve more compared to Premire. I saw a Video from HardwareCanucks where he was actually switching to DaVici Resolve because his Threadripper was faster than his 9900K in Resolve, could you touch on this subject ....Thanks

  • PrimeTech

     10 days ago

    @Gareth Tucker could you mention some of the channel so that I could take a look at it ..Thanks

  • Gareth Tucker

     10 days ago

    Indeed it does, some reviewers have tested with that and seen vast improvements because it's not limited to 8 cores like premiere.

  • Aura Rowe

     13 days ago

    The frame time look is actually really good I'd like to see this more often because often many people are still using 60hz/75hz/100hz displays and stutters are really what you notice, whether or not a CPU can do 150fps or 130fps whichever one produces less stutters is still the victor in my eyes.Including the consistency of producing less stutters in other games.

  • v KEITH v

     12 days ago

    Aura Rowe I was definitely going to do intel and GN is actually what convinced me away from the 9600k because I was already slightly unsure of no Hyperthreading for the future of games and also he pointed out the frame time inconsistency. 9700k is barely in budget with a splurge but no HT turned me away and 9900k is a no go. So I turned a generation back and a bit less on the clock speed but I love it

  • Aura Rowe

     12 days ago

    @v KEITH v that doesnt surprise me with the hyperthreading helping out the lows.I cancelled my 3900x preorder since can suffer a bit longer, besides since im still 60hz 1080p kinda need to upgrade monitor first before much else my 1800x can suffice