AMD Ryzen Threadripper Confirmed To Release This Summer, Will Feature 16-cores And 32-threads
AMD Ryzen Threadripper has been rumored for some time now and we heard that AMD Ryzen Threadripper will be coming out this summer, it was a rumor then but it has been confirmed at Computex just now. AMD Ryzen 7 featured 8- cores and 16-threads, AMD Ryzen Threadripper takes things to another level and brings users 16-cores and 32-threads.
This new CPU will be compatible with the new enthusiast-level X399 chipset that will have some cool features of its own. Talking more about AMD Ryzen Threadripper, it has been confirmed that the CPUs will support quad-channel memory. This CPU will also be able to support 64 PCI express lanes. This could be an interesting answer to the Intel i9 series of CPUs.
As of right now, there have been no specific details regarding this platform, but we do know that this is coming out in the summer and that this brand of CPUs actually exists. AMD Ryzen Threadripper will actually give Intel a tough time in the high-end enthusiast as well as the workstation market. If you are interested in checking out the complete product line you can take a look in our article.
There are motherboard manufacturers already on board that will be supporting the AMD Ryzen Threadripper platform when it comes out and this will be very important for the success of the new CPUs. Asus also talked about their flagship motherboard coming out for the X399 platform and we are excited to have a go at it.
We got a look at the actual CPU and it was way bigger than what we expected to see and it was a monster compared to the AMD Ryzen Mobile chip that we also saw at the event.
let us know what you think about AMD Ryzen Threadripper and whether or not this is something that you might be interested in.