AMD's rumoured 180W 16-core Ryzen part will reportedly run at 3.1/3.6GHz

AMD's rumoured 180W 16-core Ryzen part will reportedly run at 3.1/3.6GHz

AMD's rumoured 180W 16-core Ryzen part will reportedly run at 3.1/3.6GHz

AMD's rumoured 180W 16-core Ryzen part will reportedly run at 3.1/3.6GHz

 
AMD's rumoured 180W 16-core Ryzen engineering samples are reportedly running at base/boost clock speeds of 3.1/3.6GHz, offering performance that would be similar to two R7 1700 CPUs.   
 
These specifications are for early samples, not final retail products, with this new CPU model being rumoured to come on AMD's X399 socket (likely not final name) with quad-channel memory support and overclocking capabilities. 
 
This new CPU socket will be aimed at high-end PC users who require a large number of strong CPU cores for productivity, so gamers should certainly be looking elsewhere for their next CPU. 

  

AMD's rumoured 180W 16-core Ryzen part will reportedly run at 3.1/3.6GHz  

This new socket will be used to bridge the gap between X370 and AMD's upcoming Naples server, coming with an LGA socket-type that will be more similar to AMD's Naples server platform than to AMD's current AM4 socket. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's rumoured X399 CPU socket on the OC3D Forums

 

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23-03-2017, 06:57:50

A7ibaba
180?! Isnt that little to much and hot?Quote

23-03-2017, 06:58:59

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by A7ibaba View Post
180?! Isnt that little to much and hot?
Not really. If you split it in two you get 90w for 8c 16t.Quote

23-03-2017, 09:07:55

dwatterworth
The size of the chip should allow for plenty of dissipation area as well.
So much rendering goodness in that chip. A dual socket setup to really bridge between the consumer and enterprise space sure would be sweet.
32 cores running at or over 3GHZ...mmmmm, fly my little render buckets, fly!Quote

23-03-2017, 12:05:20

NeverBackDown
Still not sold on this being real.
One CPU for a whole new socket and chipset? Yeah bull.Quote

23-03-2017, 12:13:41

Thelosouvlakia
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Still not sold on this being real.
One CPU for a whole new socket and chipset? Yeah bull.

When AMD has said that AM4 will be their all in one platform for the years to come...

I actually expect the rumored chip to be in their server grade lineup...Quote
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