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Dell's first Threadripper Pre-built system will release in late July

Dell's first Threadripper Pre-built system will release in late July

Dell's first Threadripper Pre-built system will release in late July

Dell's first Threadripper Pre-built system will release in late July

 
The world's first AMD Threadripper system has been announced, coming from Alienware in the form of their Area 51 Threadripper Edition. 
 
Prices for this system have not been announced yet, though it will feature 12-core/24-thread or 16-core/32-thread Threadripper CPUs with factory overclocks at liquid cooling. Standard systems will release with quad-channel 2667 MHz DDR4 memory and up to 64GB of 2933MHz in quad-channel mode.   
 
Graphics options for this system will start off with Nvidia's GTX 1050Ti and AMD's RX 570, maxing out with either dual GTX 1080 Ti GPUs or three RX 580 GPUs.  
 
During 2017, Dell will be AMD's exclusive partner for Threadripper pre-built systems. At this time it is unknown when AMD Threadripper will hit retail shelves. 
 
 
Through 2017, Dell will be the exclusive OEM partner to deliver AMD Ryzen Threadripper pre-built systems to the market and the high-end 16-core will be factory-overclocked across all 16-cores and 32 logical threads. The Area-51 Threadripper Edition is ideal for customers who explore the world of mega-tasking, doing many system demanding tasks at the same time, and are looking for a complete, reliable solution from a trusted brand.


Features from Dell/Alienware:

  • - Designed for Megatasking, game streaming and more, the new Area 51 Threadripper Edition is ready for today’s most demanding PC gaming enthusiast and supports high performance configurations with a chipset that enables up to 64 PCIe Gen 3 lanes.
  • - All configuration come standard with unlocked, factory-overclocked across all cores and liquid cooled AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs with Alienware's most powerful liquid cooling unit to date.
  • - Iconic triad high quality, uniquely engineered chassis built to deliver exceptional airflow, thermal management, and user ergonomics for daily use and future upgrades.
  • - Supports NVIDIA SLI and AMD Crossfire graphics technology, with dual and triple GPU options
  • - Introduces M.2 storage options to Area-51.
  • - Built for gaming enthusiast wanting the absolute best gaming performance played with a VR, 4k or 8k display
  • - Alienware Command Center includes AlienFX, AlienAdrenaline, AlienFusion, Thermal and Overclocking Controls

 

Dell's first Threadripper Pre-built system will release in late July

 

The Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition will be available from June 27th. At this time pricing and the retail availability of retail Threadripper parts are unknown. 

  

You can join the discussion on Alienware's Area 51 Threadripper Edition on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-06-2017, 11:07:18

AngryGoldfish
I read somewhere that this statement...
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Through 2017, Dell will be the exclusive OEM partner to deliver AMD Ryzen Threadripper
... meant that Threadripper would not be available for the HEDT consumers until 2018 and Dell/Alienware would have exclusive use of at least the 16-core CPU until then in their pre-built monstrosities.Quote

15-06-2017, 00:45:53

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I read somewhere that this statement...


... meant that Threadripper would not be available for the HEDT consumers until 2018 and Dell/Alienware would have exclusive use of at least the 16-core CPU until then in their pre-built monstrosities.
That wouldn't be smart move from AMD. But from what we saw until now it doesn't surprise me.Quote

15-06-2017, 00:56:49

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I read somewhere that this statement...


... meant that Threadripper would not be available for the HEDT consumers until 2018 and Dell/Alienware would have exclusive use of at least the 16-core CPU until then in their pre-built monstrosities.
I think that just means that if you want a pre-built system with TR the only one to do it will be Dell but you will still be able to buy the actual TR CPU on it's own from retailers.Quote

15-06-2017, 11:05:34

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I think that just means that if you want a pre-built system with TR the only one to do it will be Dell but you will still be able to buy the actual TR CPU on it's own from retailers.
Yeah, I think so too. It would be really bad for AMD's image to have the entire community hyped for TR to then say it's exclusively available from a company many don't like.Quote

15-06-2017, 12:09:43

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Yeah, I think so too. It would be really bad for AMD's image to have the entire community hyped for TR to then say it's exclusively available from a company many don't like.
So not many like DELL or Alienware?...Quote
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