AMD processors have been really busy lately: they’ve just released the Ryzen 3000XT Series Chicken Blood Speed, followed by the Ryzen 4000G Series Desktop APU, and by the end of the year there’s a new Zen 3 architecture. More than that, the fever-grade thread ripper is also opening up new horizons and formally entering the workstation market, further challenging Intel. In fact, in last year’s 12nm Zen plus second-generation thread tearer product line, the top 24 core 2970WX, 32 core 2990WX is the main workstation market.
But the basic specification characteristics and the 12-core 2920X, 16 core 2950X are not fundamentally different, but the core number is more.
This time, AMD is preparing for a new thread ripper PRO 3995WX, thread ripper PRO 3975WX, thread tearer PRO 3965WX.
They are the advanced versions of the 3990X, 3970X and 3960X, and the core specifications are basically the same, for example, they are still 64 core, 32 core, 24 core.
As for the difference, it is said that the memory will be open from the four-channel DDR4-3200 to the eight-channel DDR4-3200, including udiMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM types are all supported, PCIe 4.0 channels are also open from 64 to 96-128, and there may be other I/O enhancements.
(Figure via WCCFTech)
In other words, the Thread Ripper PRO series will be completely in line with the data center’s Dragon 7002 series, which Intel Can’t afford anyway. The ThreadEd Ripper PRO series is said to be released on July 14.