AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper 3000 and TRX40 chipsets available from November 19 | rumor

After the Intel Core X 10a gen processors presented earlier this month | Intel Core-X 10a gen and Xeon W-2200: up to 18 cores and half prices | many expect the AMD response with Ryzen ThreadRipper 3rd gen at 7nm (3000 series), expected on the market for November, as confirmed by the company in its latest release | AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper 3000 processors, debut scheduled for November .

According to the recent videocardz report , based on a confidential document apparently from internal AMD sources, the new ThreadRipper CPUs will be unveiled on November 5th together with the next-generation TRX40 chipset . More specifically, the document suggests that on November 5th there will be a so-called "paper launch", an occasion in which AMD will reveal to the public the new line of processors led by the Ryzen ThreadRipper 3990X , flanked by the ThreadRipper 3970X and ThreadRipper 3960X models and the TRX40 chipset.

Two weeks later, on November 19th, AMD will remove the embargo on Ryzen ThreadRipper 3970X and ThreadRipper 3960X processors (with related reviews) and the first motherboards based on the TRX40 platform. As for the top model, Ryzen ThreadRipper 3990X , the specifications will be released only in January 2020 , close to the actual availability on the market.

The aforementioned document does not refer to the technical characteristics of the new chips (number of cores, frequencies, TDP etc.), however, the recent sighting on the Ashes of the Singularity database of the Ryzen ThreadRipper 3960X with 24 cores (link in VIA ) suggests that AMD could present at least 4 models. Here's how the new Ryzen ThreadRipper 3000 lineup could be made up:

Ryzen ThreadRipper 3960X: 24 cores / 48 threads

Ryzen ThreadRipper 3970X: 32core / 64 threads

Ryzen ThreadRipper 3980 (W) X: 48core / 96 threads (?)

Ryzen ThreadRiper 3990 (W): 64core / 128 threads

For the moment, AMD has not commented on the news, so we await further developments and above all direct confirmation from the manufacturer


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