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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.
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    This 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.

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    Editorial & Test Lead: Steve Burke
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  • Gamers Nexus

    Gamers Nexus

     4 months ago +148

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  • pliskin movies

    pliskin movies


    what would you recommend for streaming with one pc?

  • Xiaoye Steven Sun

    Xiaoye Steven Sun

     7 days ago

    I am curious why there is not score for Ryzen 3700X

  • Prashant Bhandari

    Prashant Bhandari

     7 days ago +1

    Test LLVM compilation as another compiler test.

  • SimpleGamingF2P pc

    SimpleGamingF2P pc

     7 days ago

    when will r9 3950x come out? or will it come out.

  • str


     7 days ago

    3 months future guy here... good there nowhere available near me.. I'd spend to much money on things i don't really need...

  • stevae wei

    stevae wei

     14 days ago +2

    It's really strange to listen to your attempt at making gaming sound more important than productivity. I maintain that anyone who builds a computer system ONLY to game is freaking ignorant!!!! There is more to life than just gaming. And it's a WASTE of money and a good device. While gaming is fun, and a cool way to pass some time, it's NOT important in LIFE!!! There are thousands of things you can use your computer for, and gaming is only one small part of that. It's funny how you say the 3900X isn't great at everything, but continuously have praised the 9900k for being great for gaming. Well, considering how the 3900X beats the crap out of the 9900k in just about EVERYTHING else besides a few game titles, I think that the 9900k not doing hardly anything great, other than gaming, is a stronger statement about that chip. In a total comparison, from what I have seen over hundreds of videos, the 3900X beats the 9900k in Almost ALL other applications, outside of gaming. And even in gaming, it's close enough on most titles that you can't tell the difference on the actual screen. You ONLY can tell the 9900k is a little higher in fps by numbers in a benchmark. I'll take the 3900X every day of the week over the 9900k, and twice on Sunday. Lastly, the 9900k is well dated, at the end of its life, and the 3900X is just starting... The choice is clear to me.

  • SunSon29


     21 days ago

    how about the temperature ?

  • HIDDEN -01

    HIDDEN -01

     21 days ago +1

    I need to build a workstation PC but i'm on a budget an was wondering whether to go for a ryzen 9 3900x with a Rx 5700 or a ryzen 7 3700x and a Rx 5700 xt what do I go for ?

  • Will4May


     1 months ago

    I am an AMD fan, they are consumer freindly with opensource, freesync, pricing and able to use the same motherboard over three generations.
    However the things that are hurting AMD is
    Raw clock speed, but you can forgive them that, since Intels cpus are on old optimized to death architecture and Ryzen is new, AMD has had 5.0ghz cpus just not very well designed.
    On the 3900x at least having to turn off SMT to get more speed for some games isnt ideal.
    And AMD themselves, they are not really known for being nasty to others like Intel and Nvidia, but tend to hurt themselves instead, TSMC struggling right now hasnt helped tbh, right when AMD really need them at full speed.

    Either way I am still going to continue to support AMD, and without them PC part pricing would be insane, it is still expensive but at least achievable for a lower class worker (eventually).

  • Harrison Cheyne

    Harrison Cheyne

     1 months ago

    Wonder if it's fast now with new micro code

  • LMBC6Brian


     1 months ago +1

    Still can’t touch intel for gaming.

  • criz nittle

    criz nittle

     1 months ago

    i'm on a 2500k overclocked to 3.4ghz, do i really need this mild boost in performance?

  • 50caliberFistFK


     1 months ago

    Rhyzen doesn't support DDR3 so... FAIL.

  • romzen


     1 months ago

    People will call me a fanboy but this is exactly what should shut the real fanboys up. Paying the same price of a 9900k you get better results in a pure computing environment but when it comes to gaming performance, overclocking, temperatures, stability and power consumption intel will keep taking the spot.

  • Josh Baker

    Josh Baker

     2 months ago

    Hey Gamers Nexus! How long were the vids you rendered in 1080p and 4K in Adobe Premiere? Not sure if you mentioned it or not. Very helpful video!

  • TJagIII


     2 months ago

    very good content...cheers

  • Dennis Finan

    Dennis Finan

     2 months ago

    so strictly gaming 9700k

  • S S

    S S

     2 months ago

    Far Cry 5 is curiously absent from all GN reviews of Ryzen 2

  • Brian Howard

    Brian Howard

     2 months ago

    Why not comparisons with Skylake? Would have been most interesting of all esp for encoding and rendering video projects.