I think that you already know that you are the reader of very weird blog. So here is another unusual comparison to prove above mentioned statement. Operating system: Windows 7 x64 SP2+ ESU CPUs: Ryzen 9 5950X 16c/32t [Zen 3] and Intel Xeon E5-2696v4 22c/44t [Broadwell] Audio card: ESI Maya 4 EX PCIe Software: Renoise 3.4.2 Settings: ASIO/48Khz/~5ms CPU overload protection: 98% Benchmark file was created by [Cactoos] of Renoise community.
It’s been a while since i’ve posted useless table comparisions. So here is one! Recently i bought second-hand Dell Precision 7520 in very good condition. Purchased it as an emergency backup for future use. Neat laptops will be hard to find in my country due to tech sanctions. 7510 model is based around Sky Lake architecture [E3-1545Mv5] . 7520 model is based around Kaby Lake architecture [E3-1535Mv6] . Differences between E3-1545Mv5 and E3-1535Mv6 are marginal, but they exist.
UPDATED ON: 2022-08-13 ▒ PREFACE WORDS As you remember, my [previous daily driver was Ryzen 9590x 16c/32t] . After some fun with it I’ve decided to drop it in favor to retro stuff. Intel Xeon CPU based around Broadwell tech: [E5-2696v4 22c/44t] became the chip of the choice. It is OEM version of top of the line [Xeon E5-2699v4] . It is a bit slower, around marginal 3-4%, but costs significantly less than 2699v4.