AMD's Threadripper 1920 CPU has been revealed by motherboard manufacturers

An unannounced AMD Threadripper 1920 has been revealed by motherboard manufacturers

An unannounced AMD Threadripper 1920 has been revealed by motherboard manufacturers

AMD's Threadripper 1920 CPU has been revealed by motherboard manufacturers

 
It now looks like AMD will releasing non-X variants of their upcoming Threadripper series CPUs, which will come with lower TDPs and clock speeds than their X-series counterparts. 

  
In motherboard support listing from ASRock, Gigabyte and ASUS, a new 12-core model called the Threadripper 1920 has been listed, coming with a 140W TDP and base/boost clock speeds of 3.2GHz and 3.8GHz. Since this discovery, ASUS has since removed the CPU from their CPU support listing for their X399 Zenith Extreme motherboard. 

This new CPU model is likely to release within the next few months with a price that we expect to be around £699 or £749. 

 

 CoresThreadsTDPMemory ChannelsBase clockBoost Clock XFRPCIe Lanes

Price

1950X1632180W4 Channel3.4GHz4GHz?64£999
1920X1224180W4 Channel3.5GHz4.0GHz?64£799
19201224140W4 Channel3.2GHz3.8GHz?64-
1900X816?4 channel3.8GHz4.0GHz+200MHz64£549
1800X (AM4)81695W2 Channel3.6GHz4.0GHz+100MHz20£399

 

An unannounced AMD Threadripper 1920 has been revealed by motherboard manufacturers  
An unannounced AMD Threadripper 1920 has been revealed by motherboard manufacturers  

Gigabyte's Aorus listing also shows that the Threadripper 1920 non-X will also come with the same amount of cache as the 1920X, which means that only XFR support and clock speeds change with this new model.  

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Threadripper 1920 CPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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04-08-2017, 05:42:48

AlienALX
So this is the 12 core to have then, basically

AMD should learn to price them closer together really.Quote

04-08-2017, 06:03:06

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
So this is the 12 core to have then, basically

AMD should learn to price them closer together really.
The price has not been announced yet, just an estimate. But if you overclock this CPU may be the one to buy if you want 12 cores.Quote

04-08-2017, 06:14:57

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
The price has not been announced yet, just an estimate. But if you overclock this CPU may be the one to buy if you want 12 cores.
Yeah for sure man. I still want to see that £600 16 core that clocked at 2.4ghz or something.

In fact what am I saying? No I don't ! I don't want to see that £600 16 core CPU nooooooo.Quote

04-08-2017, 06:18:19

Gothmoth
i do freelance work in 3D and for years i dreamed about equipping my systems with 8+ core cpus.

i have a mainsystem + 5 systems as a renderfarm.

with AMD Threadripper it is now possible for me to get 12 cores into these systems without selling a liver.

saving 50$ on a CPU adds up to 250$.... that´s not bad.Quote

04-08-2017, 11:57:49

AngryGoldfish
This could be epic value for money for a workstation build.Quote
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