ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme Review
Published: 25th November 2019 | Source: ASUS | Price: |
The umpteen versions of PCMARK used a selection of applications to test your systems utility as an overall setup for work. Each version came with its own foibles wherein it has overly weighted certain aspects of the tests when calculating the final score, but it was still useful when comparing like for like. The latest PCMARK 10 is perfectly suited to take advantage of all the latest optimisations and is much cleaner in its score calculations.
PC Mark 10 isn't equipped to handle a system with 48 threads and so struggles to give a result reflective of the performance we've seen up to now, and will see in a minute in benchmarks still to come. Unless you believe the 8 core Ryzen 3800X is truly a match for the 24 core Threadripper? Clock speed only does so much.