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  1. nice! yeah part of why i like being an editor is because it let's me justify getting powerful PCs haha. Weird, I just turned off all MB overclocking, set the XMP profile for my RAM to 3600, uninstalled Ryzen Master, and scored 497! My highest score yet with literally no overclocking. Weird lol I downloaded Ryzen Master and turned on the default precision boost overdrive and got scores up to 484! So, that's good, 24 points above my first score. I tried restarting and it didn't really change much unfortunately. I wonder what real world impact these point values have... what do you use your comp for mostly? I do video editing with premiere
  2. I downloaded Ryzen Master and turned on the default precision boost overdrive and got scores up to 484! So, that's good, 24 points above my first score. I tried restarting and it didn't really change much unfortunately. I wonder what real world impact these point values have... what do you use your comp for mostly? I do video editing with premiere
  3. I upgraded from a Threadripper 1950X and that processor performed exactly equal to the public cinebench r20 numbers over on CPU Monkey. Now I've got a Ryzen 9 3900X and according to CPU Monkey, I should score a 521, but I'm scoring a 460, 60 points lower than where it's benchmarked publicly. How much variance is expected on a CPU? Is this indicative of a problem? I noticed I hadn't upped my memory speed to 3600, did that, the score remained the same. I turned up some automatic overclocking settings on my mobo and the score went down. I'm using the standard AMD Wraith cooler that it comes with. and an ASUS TUF X570 Gaming Motherboard, clean install of Windows 10. Any thoughts? Is this normal?
  4. I'm having trouble figuring out whether APUs are worth waiting for or if it's the next cycle of CPUs that is gonna get us more raw power. I've never considered buying a CPU/GPU hybrid because I have a graphics card, but now I'm seeing every mobo comes with an HDMI and Displayport. Is this the new thing? And I just saw a video that video editors can take advantage of both... Is an APU useful on a system with a dedicated graphics card?
  5. Unfortunately motherboards are hard to come by right now and the TUF seemed to have all I needed, I checked out a review on Tom's Hardware and it ran things on par with other high quality boards, so I'm hoping it'll work okay! It's an X570 so I will be able to upgrade if needed. Oh, I bought it last night lol I couldn't take it. And I watched Hardware Canucks videos about the 3000 series (amazing channel, very similar to LTT) and was very happy with it. Then I watched a "Three months with Ryzen" video which talked about a ton of problems and I started to sweat, then when it was done I saw the video was from 2017!! Biggest sigh of relief EVER lol.
  6. Hi! I'm using a Threadripper 1950X and am also disappointed with the performance. (GeForce 1070, 32GB RAM, NVMe) Do you use the Markers panel at all? I want to upgrade to a 3900X and a lot of the reason is that the Markers Panel is unusable, so slow it might as well be a slideshow. I'm not sure tho, if it's an AMD vs. Intel thing (the markers window runs decently well on my i9 Macbook Pro) or if it's just that the Threadripper 1950X has bad single core performance. (Scores 30 points lower than my Macbook Pro on Cinebench R20). Do you use the markers pane at all? I'm trying to see if it will actually run better with an upgraded CPU or not, especially an upgraded AMD CPU. Thanks!!!
  7. My Macbook Pro has a mobile GPU and 16GB RAM so I'm thinking that's probably not it. What you you think is the RAM problem?
  8. Thanks!! I've got 4x8GB Quad Channel 3200MHz RAM, GeForce 1070 Founders, M.2 storage... And I know what I'd get, a 3900X with an ASUS TUF GAMING X570... It's gonna cost $700ish. I have no doubt it's gonna perform better than my current system, but Premiere is unpredictable, like you'd never expect something as simple and basic as the Marker panel to require a top of the line machine to even be able to scroll (sigh) so I'm looking to see people's experiences with Premiere, specifically the marker panel, to see if the upgrade is even worth it, or if I'll continue to experience this issue. Cause it could be an Intel/AMD thing too.
  9. I've got a Threadripper 1950X and I'm a video editor using Premiere. My workflow uses the Marker panel extensively, and on this beast of a machine, The marker panel is unusable. It's so choppy, it fights me when i try to copy the titles to the descriptions, etc. On my Macbook Pro 15" with Intel Core i9 9880H, the marker window runs... fine. Not great, but fine. Like, ultimately it's usable whereas the Threadripper build is NOT. The diff in R20 cinebench single core scores between my Macbook Pro and Threadripper is +30 points for the Macbook Pro. So I'm apprehensive to upgrade to a 3900X because the score is only 30 points higher with such a big performance gain in the marker window, I'm wondering if its because it's AMD or because it's Threadripper, and maybe only Intel runs the marker window well, or it's a Threadripper problem specifically. Does anyone out there have a 3000 series Ryzen who can make a bunch of markers and scroll through them for me? I don't wanna spend all that money and it be an AMD thing. And also don't want to rebuild my PC and find that it was for naught. Thanks!
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