AMD reveals Ryzen Threadripper's pricing and specifications

16 cores for under $1000

AMD reveals Ryzen Threadripper's pricing and specifications

AMD reveals Ryzen Threadripper's pricing and specifications

The pricing and specification of AMD's Threadripper 1950X and 1920X have been revealed, delivering 16 cores and 12 cores respectively with boost clock speeds of up to 4GHz. Both of these products are set to release in August. 
These two CPUs will release in August as part of AMD's Threadripper family, both of which boasts a full 64 lanes of PCIe connectivity and performance that AMD has shown to exceed Skylake-X in benchmarks like Cinebench. 
Threadripper will be part of AMD's X399 Socket TR4 platform and offer the highest levels of CPU performance present in AMD's Ryzen lineup, as well as competitive pricing with Intel offerings. 


 CoresThreadsTDPMemBase clockBoost Clock XFR


1950X1632180W4 Channel3.4GHz4GHz?$999
1920X1224180W4 Channel3.5GHz4.0GHz?$799
1800X (AM4)81695W2 Channel3.6GHz4.0GHz+100MHz$420



Threadripper will release with a variety of motherboards in early August. At this time it is unknown whether or not AMD plans on releasing 10-core and 14-core Threadripper CPU models. 


You can join the discussion on AMD's Threadripper series CPUs on the OC3D Forums


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13-07-2017, 13:35:06

Even more important, Ryzen 3 on July 27Quote

13-07-2017, 13:53:07

Will these be reviewed by OC3D?Quote

13-07-2017, 14:19:28

Yay Ryzen 3 really excited about that for some stupid reason.

Still waiting to see this cheap 16 core that was shown in the leaks.

OMFG just watched the vid. That 16 core score :O that's frikkin BRUTAL. 3000 points :OQuote

13-07-2017, 14:38:39

I'm a good chunk suspicious of PCWorld because of what they did with hiding things in their Vega review...Quote

13-07-2017, 14:51:03

Originally Posted by The F34R Channel View Post
I'm a good chunk suspicious of PCWorld because of what they did with hiding things in their Vega review...
That was scripted and they had been told what to say. Why do I know that? because them saying "They couldn't tell the difference" and all that BS had already been said by some one at AMD ages ago. It was shortly after "The performance is very nice !".

When you got a s**t product you hide it. However with Ryzen there is nothing to hide. Sure the clocks on them are a bit lame but the actual CPU is bloody fantastic. Lisa's job is much easier than the poor sod working in the GPU department I know that much.Quote

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