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Two AMD 16-core Threadripper parts have been listed online

Two AMD 16-core Threadripper parts have been listed online

Two AMD 16-core Threadripper parts have been listed online

Two AMD 16-core Threadripper parts have been listed online

 
Two AMD 16-core Threadripper parts have been listed online, both of which have clock speeds of over 3.2GHz and match the leaked specifications of older leaks regarding this new platform. 
 
These two parts are called the AMD Threadripper 1998 and 1998X, which offer clock speeds of 3.2GHz and 3.5GHz respectively. Previous leaks have suggested that these two CPUs will have boost clocks of 3.6GHz and 3.8GHz, with the 1998X offering a +100MHz XFR boost. 
 
AMD's Threadripper CPU platform is listed as using the new LGA SP3r2 socket, which is likely to be a different socket design than the company's upcoming EPYC LGA SP3 server socket.  Below is a list of previously leaked Threadripper CPU specifications. 
 
 
 CoresThreadsTDPMemBase clockBoost Clock XFR
R9 1998X1632155W4x 3200MHz3.5GHz3.8GHz+100MHz
R9 199816323.2GHz3.6GHz-
R9 1977X14283.5GHz3.9GHz+100MHz
R9 19771428140W3.2GHz3.7GHz-
R9 1976X12243.6GHz4.0GHz+100MHz
R9 1956X1224125W3.2Ghz3.7GHz+100MHz
R9 195612243.0GHz3.7GHz-
R9 1955X10203.6GHz3.9GHz+100MHz
R9 195510204x 3200MHz3.1GHz3.7GHz-
R7 1800X (AM4)81695W2x 2666MHz3.6GHz4.0GHz+100MHz
 

  
Two AMD 16-core Threadripper parts have been listed online

 

AMD are expected to release more information on their new Threadripper CPUs at Computex 2017, where Intel are also expected to release their competing Skylake-X CPU platform.

  

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

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27-05-2017, 08:11:04

AngryGoldfish
It's crazy to think how so many spent $1700 on a 6950X no more than a year ago and now these are coming out and will likely be below $1000 and outperform it. And people really liked these CPU's. So it's not just that the 6950X was $700 overpriced, it was actually behind in performance as well to what was possible from a company with a much smaller budget.Quote

27-05-2017, 08:47:44

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
It's crazy to think how so many spent $1700 on a 6950X no more than a year ago and now these are coming out and will likely be below $1000 and outperform it. And people really liked these CPU's. So it's not just that the 6950X was $700 overpriced, it was actually behind in performance as well to what was possible from a company with a much smaller budget.
I need CPUs that can run well above 4.0ghz, the 6950X can do that easy.

Ryzen on the other hand.......Quote

27-05-2017, 08:58:00

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
I need CPUs that can run well above 4.0ghz, the 6950X can do that easy.

Ryzen on the other hand.......
What do you need a CPU above 4Ghz for?Quote

27-05-2017, 09:34:28

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
What do you need a CPU above 4Ghz for?
I was just about to ask that, why would you even want 10 cores operating at 4GHz? Would be like a furnace.Quote

27-05-2017, 10:46:36

Korreborg
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
What do you need a CPU above 4Ghz for?
GAMING Quote
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