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Posted by: Redaktion
« on: June 13, 2019, 00:56:22 »

An amazing entry on Geekbench has been spotted. The record features an unnamed 16-core Matisse processor from AMD being tested with the Myrtle motherboard, and although the system achieves a highly credible single-core score, the multi-core result is simply astounding. The clues in the database entry point to a possible Ryzen 9 3950X engineering sample.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/16-core-AMD-Ryzen-Matisse-processor-amasses-monumental-multi-core-score-on-Geekbench-that-puts-Intel-s-18-core-i9-9980X-to-shame.423832.0.html

 
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