AMD motherboard partners such as Gigabyte, ASRock and Asus recently listed another processor from the Threadripper series on their support pages – The Ryzen Threadripper 1920. This makes us pretty sure that there will be another Ryzen Threadripper coming shortly. Although unofficial, AMD might have a line up for 1900 Non-X CPUs in its plans.
The Ryzen Threadripper 1920X and 1920 have a lot of similarities. Such as 12 cores and 24 threads 6MB L2 cache and 32MB L3 cache. Except for the Base and Turbo clock, which is lower on the non-X version; 3.2GHz / 3.8GHz compared to 1920X’s 3.5GHz / 4.0GHz Turbo.
Above that, Mon-X version means that there is no XFR tech with these chips which boosts the Turbo clock of the processor.
There are still some upsides to 1920 such as a power draw of 140W, which means it’s the lowest power TR4 chip. It will also save the purchaser some cash, even though the price is not officially stated anywhere but it’s safe to assume that this processor will cost somewhere between the 1900X and 1920X i.e. $550 to $799. But until the official reveal we can’t say for sure how much pocket-friendly it would be.
The fact that multiple hardware vendors have leaked the details of the TR 1920 ensures that this chip is to be unveiled in the near future. Although when confirmed by certain tweakers from the customer support, they held on to all the information and declined to reveal anything until its official.
Many enthusiasts are estimating a whole line up of 1900 series Non-X processors by AMD and that also explains the Non-X version of 1920. Meanwhile, 1920X and 1950X are ready to be launched next week on 10th of August and the 1900X to be launched by 31st of August.