Ryzen Threadripper 3990X dominates Master Lu's performance rankings

Master Lu has released its consumer hardware rankings, where the performance monster Ryzen Threadripper 3990X has continued to dominate the list for two in a row.

The top four positions among the most powerful processors on the market belong to AMD, with the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, Threadripper 3970X, Ryzen 9 5950X and the Threadripper 3960X. This leadership, possibly, will be revalidated by the launch of the new generation of Threadripper 5000 processors that could arrive in the second half of this year.

For Intel, the first processor we see appears in fifth place with the i9-10980XE with 920,000 points. Although the top spots are dominated by AMD, Intel processors are the majority in the Master Lu ranking. We must keep in mind that the Tiger Lake chips were launched during the previous quarter and that seems to be reflected very well in this ranking.

The i9-11900K, i7-11700, and i5-11400 have made it to the top of the Master Lu list and interestingly enough, the i9-11900K scores lower than the i9-10900K. It is possible that the benchmark tool is optimized for CPUs with many cores and threads.

Threadripper processors were designed for intensive workloads with a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads. Intel cannot compete against Threadripper in the consumer market due to the inability to design processors with that core count.

AMD's market share increased by around 3.37% compared to the first quarter of 2020. Intel's market share decreased, but they still have a 70% share.

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