BIOSTAR RACING X570GTA and AMD’s New 3950X Score Big – Mainboard – Press Release

PRESS RELEASE

A match made in heaven for 3D model rendering and video editing

November 15, 2019, Taipei, Taiwan – BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, is proud to announce that it’s BIOSTAR RACING X570GTA motherboard, while paired with the latest AMD Ryzen 9 3950X CPU, scored performing above expectations and scored an impressive 8676 while tested with Cinebench R20, a benchmark software targeting high-CPU load and real-life 3D tasks performance. The 3950X performance shows a 22% increase over the 3900X (score: 7089) and proves that the new AMD CPU, while handled with the right motherboard, can be a true asset for content creators and 3D modelers.


About Cinebench

Cinebench is a real-world cross-platform test suite that evaluates your computer’s hardware capabilities. Improvements to Cinebench Release 20 reflect the overall advancements to CPU and rendering technology in recent years, providing a more accurate measurement of Cinema 4D’s ability to take advantage of multiple CPU cores and modern processor features available to the average user. Cinebench R20 is based on the technology of the well-known Digital Content Creation Software, Cinema 4D, but now utilizes the R20 Version’s Render Engine. Cinebench R20 is also great for finding the best CPUs for lightly-threaded workloads such as 3D modeling, animation, and video editing.

About the BIOSTAR RACING X570TGA

The BIOSTAR RACING X570GTA, equipped with the latest X570 chipset for AMD socket AM4, brings support for 3rd Gen Ryzen processors, an essential tool for content creators. While designers rely on high performance and responsiveness to render videos or 3D content, which is supported by the RACING X570GTA PCI-e 4.0 lanes, the users can rest assured their investment in high-end hardware is secured with the BIOSTAR’s exclusive Iron Slot Protection on the x16 lanes which help handle heavier graphics cards, prevent bending, and…

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