A Reddit user made a visual feast using the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X’s core and thread count. Using the kernel usage monitoring feature in Windows 10, the person played the video clip on the screen using a real screen.
If we were to choose a processor for commercially available HEDT (High Especially Desktop) class computers, one of the first processors that came to our mind would be AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper 3990X. The processor with 7 nm Zen 2 architecture shows a body show in its class with 64 cores and 128 threads.
Users generally use the AMD Threadripper 3990X with a $ 4,000 price tag for high-end video editing or transactional business models. However, a user on Reddit showed us that the processor is not only used for these. Using the task manager in Windows 10 as a stage, the user is almost showing off his core tracks in the performance section.
AMD Threadripper 3990X’s core count does not search for screen pixels
Threadripper 3990X has 128 threads in its structure. In the performance section in the task manager, we know that we can watch the load of each thread live. This feature, which is generally used for performance evaluation, was used as a screen by a Reddit user named Kenny_Stryker. 128 threads seem to be a sufficient number as pixel multipliers. The Bad Apple clip of Alstromeria Records was visually animated by the Reddit user in the task manager.
Considering the pixel factors, 14×9 is obviously not a high resolution, but it is clear that it will have an admiration effect on the viewers. The task manager cannot refresh the core usage rates as fast as we can see in the video. For this reason, the tracking speed of the cores has been increased 5 times in order to go synchronized with the music video.
This shared video currently contains 600 comments on Reddit. “How long does it take us to play computer games in the original resolution in the task manager?” said. The answer to Anrach157a was: “Old generation 8-bit computers have a resolution of 256×192. So we will need 49,152 cores or 768 Threadripper. ”