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A workstation processor always needs good absolute performance. Choosing a CPU is based on the workflow (or) Single-Threaded/Multi-Threaded (or) Number of Cores/ threads (or) depends on your access to hardware. Some of the best processors available in market for your view supplying data from Internet.
The Best CPUs for Workstations mostly covers workstation processors are mentioned here.
|Overall Best Choice||AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X||With respect to Price Vs Performance Model|
|Maximum Performance||Intel Core i9-7980XE||Building Your Own system|
|Intel Xeon W-2195||Integrated with OEM(Dell, HP, Lenevo) only|
|AMD EPYC 7551P||Integrated with OEM(Dell, HP, Lenevo) only|
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X
This is NOT the fastest single threaded CPU. But 1950X is at half the cost compared to the Core i9-7980XE.
Comparatively the 7980XE has two cores more and some extra IPC, but the 1950X has a much better performance-per-cost ratio for throughput tests. It offers a full 60 PCIe lanes for coprocessors, compared to 44, and it matches the Intel for DRAM support.
Desktop Intel Core i9-7980XE
Offers eighteen of Intel’s high-performance cores at a 3.4 GHz all-core frequency as well as AVX-512, for users that have software optimized for multithreading or vector instructions.
The Core i9-7980XE 18 Cores/36 threads has maximum threads at high frequency.
Some workstation users will need ECC memory, and up to 512GB of it. When memory has an error rate of 1 error per GB per year, using 512GB ensures almost two bit errors per day. So 60-day simulation would find catastrophic.
The top Xeon-W processor from Intel’s workstation line is the Xeon W-2195, offering almost the same as the Core i9-7980XE but with ECC RDIMM support and a few more PCIe lanes.
The AMD EPYC 7551P
The AMD EPYC motherboards are available with OEM only. The single socket version EPYC 7601 has 32 cores, 128 PCIe lanes (80 more than the Xeon-W), and 8-channel memory with support up to 2TB.
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