My fully portable AMD Ryzen 3950X Workstation Build Complete

traderjay

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I waited for a long time for a case with a decent integrated handle in form factor that is convenient to carry to and from work, while enjoying some epic gaming sessions in between. The Rzyen 3950X doesn't disappoint.

Full specs:

CPU: Ryzen 3950X
Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair VIII Impact Motherboard
Case: Lian-Li TU150 Case
PSU: Corsair SF750 PSU

GPU: Strix 2080ti OC
RAM: 16GB X 2 Gskill PC3600 DDR4 16-16-16-36

Storage:

Samsung 970 Pro 1TB Boot Drive
Samsung 970 EVO 512GB Cache drive
2X 2TB Samsung PM863a SATA SSD

Already took this mini rig to and from the workplace many times and it performed flawlessly! Remains whisper quiet even under 100% mining load.

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dandanio

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Wait, that is your actual work PC? (said I looking down at my bland, puny, grey MBP)...
 

traderjay

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Would you run some benches please? CB R20, Gooseberry Render, and Passmark CPU Mark Score? Thanks...
Where can I download the gooseberry render? All i found is a bunch of files for blender. For Cinebench R20 I get 9345. Below is my passmark:

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Here is the EPYC 7702 Numbers for comparisons:

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traderjay

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Ah ok - too big of a download but there are plenty of benchmarks out there for the 3950x with the same demo.