AMD reveals that Threadripper is built using their best Ryzen CPU dies

Only the top 5% of Ryzen CPU dies become Threadripper

AMD reveals that Threadripper is built using their best Ryzen CPU dies

AMD reveals that Threadripper is built using their best Ryzen CPU dies


AMD's new Threadripper series of CPUs has been released, bringing with it some impressive benchmark results over a wide range of applications.  
 
One thing that many will have noticed when looking over Threadripper reviews is that AMD's latest part if overclocking a little better than their Ryzen 7 counterparts, with our own chip maxing out at 4.2GHz. 

AMD has designed Threadripper to be used with only the best performing Ryzen CPU dies, to keep electrical leakage at a minimum and to make Threadripper as power and thermally efficient as possible. As a side effect of this, the average Threadripper CPU will overclock better than a Ryzen 7 counterpart, though the silicon lottery still applies. 

  

AMD reveals that Threadripper is built using their best Ryzen CPU dies

 

Ryzen Threadripper has proven to be a very capable part, with out full review on AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 1950X being available to read here

 

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

  

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11-08-2017, 08:07:20

BigDaddyKong
Usually a low leakage chip does not like to overclock as well, rather counter intuitive.Quote

11-08-2017, 09:26:16

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by BigDaddyKong View Post
Usually a low leakage chip does not like to overclock as well, rather counter intuitive.
I'd wager the engineers know what they are doingQuote
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