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Threadripper release date leaked

Threadripper will not come with a AIO liquid cooler?

Threadripper release date leaked

Threadripper release date leaked

 
Hermitage Akihabara has now backtracked on a statement that suggested that AMD's upcoming Ryzen Threadripper CPUs will release with an AIO liquid cooler at stock. 
 
The website has also listed the release of AMD's Threadripper CPUs to be on August 10th at 10 PM Japanese time, which translates to 2 PM in the UK and 6 AM Pacific in the US. The site originally thought that pre-orders for Threadripper would begin on July 27th, though they allege that the supply of Threadripper CPUs will be limited at launch. 

At this time it is unknown how many Threadripper compatible coolers there will be on the market at launch, given AMD's large TR4 socket design and its dissimilarity to existing cooling solutions. Many even question whether or not existing liquid coolers will be compatible with Threadripper, given the size of the CPU's IHS. 

  

Threadripper release date leaked  

AMD is expected to release more information about their new Threadripper series CPUs later this week, so expect to hear more about Threadripper's cooling situation soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on Threadripper's reported release date and cooling on the OC3D Forums

 

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24-07-2017, 05:55:20

Chopper3
So is the 16c/32t one two 8c/16t chips glued together like the EPYCs and the 12c/24t one two 'sixes' or it is one-and-a-half 'eights'?Quote

24-07-2017, 06:00:15

Excalabur50
I had heard August the 10th which is Siggraph isn't itQuote

24-07-2017, 06:04:38

AlienALX
Quite a bit more than I thought they would be if I'm being honest. Mind you, these are the high clock parts. So I guess maybe later they will have cheaper ones coming out.Quote

24-07-2017, 06:15:42

Sliced
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chopper3 View Post
So is the 16c/32t one two 8c/16t chips glued together like the EPYCs and the 12c/24t one two 'sixes' or it is one-and-a-half 'eights'?
In a nut shell, yes.Quote

24-07-2017, 06:23:01

Excalabur50
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sliced View Post
In a nut shell, yes.
They are not glued together at all that is Intel misinformationQuote
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