AMD announces Ryzen Threadripper

AMD announces Ryzen Threadripper

AMD announces Ryzen Threadripper

AMD announces Ryzen Threadripper

 
AMD has officially announced their new Ryzen Threadripper series of CPUs, which comes with more cores than their Ryzen 7 lineup and will come on a new AMD HEDT platform.  
 
These new Threadripper CPUs will come with up to 16 CPU cores and up to 32 threads, offering 60% more cores than Intel's current-generation 10-core HEDT offerings, delivering a lot more CPU performance. Recent rumours have suggested that this new platforms will come with 10-core, 12-core, 14-core and 16-core models, with support for 4-channel DDR4 memory at 3200MHz. 
 
 

AMD announces Ryzen Threadripper

 

AMD has not revealed many new details about this new series of CPUs, though the company did say to expect more at Computex 2017. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's 16-core Threadripper CPUs on the OC3D Forums.

 

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16-05-2017, 17:32:28

Dicehunter
Depending on price I may get the 16C32T version.Quote

16-05-2017, 17:35:03

The F34R Channel
Very nice! Those 4096 pins though, oh wow! CPU must be as big as a balcony Quote

16-05-2017, 17:36:55

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Depending i price I may get the 16C32T version.
Jesus Christ Dice.... You don't need those cores!


Extremely happy with AMD on this. Intel just lost the crown even if they released a 12 core CPU.Quote

16-05-2017, 17:37:34

WYP
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Originally Posted by The F34R Channel View Post
Very nice! Those 4096 pins though, oh wow! CPU must be as big as a balcony
Hard to know if that pin count is true, Threadripper doesn't need to use the same socket as Naples.

I wonder if Tom will use it for Orca II? I guess that depends on how Skylake-X compares.Quote

16-05-2017, 17:43:10

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Hard to know if that pin count is true, Threadripper doesn't need to use the same socket as Naples.

I wonder if Tom will use it for Orca II? I guess that depends on how Skylake-X compares.
I think software will need to be able​to take advantage of those cores. I mean we have some stuff that can use 10 cores for Intel, but as we add more scaling gets lower even with 10.

Although for a streamer playing some games and recording at the same time, I could see these CPUs being useful.Quote
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