In addition to the Ryzen 4000U series for thin and light, and the Ryzen 4000H series for gamebooks, AMD today released a super-heavy bomb: the unprecedented 64 core 128 threaded desktop fever processor, the Ryzen Thread Tearer 3990X. The previous tearer 3960X and 3970X were 24 core 48 threads and 32 core 64 threads, respectively, while this tearer 3990X directly reached the flagship level of the data center second generation Dragon, while the competition Core X series was only 18 core 36 threads.
The Tearer 3990X has 64 core 128 threads (eight CPU Die plus one IO Die), but also has a total of 288MB of cache, of which the second-level cache 32MB and the third-level cache 256MB, The base main frequency is 2.9GHz, the maximum acceleration is 4.3GHz, and the thermal design power consumption is not disclosed and i don’t know if it can be controlled at 280W.
In terms of performance, officials say the Tearer 3990X CineBench R20 multi-thread can run 25,399 points, about five times the 8 core 16-thread Core i9-9900KS.
V-Ray rendering takes just 1 hour and 3 minutes to complete, Intel’s top-of-the-line two-way platinum to-strong 8280 (total 56 core 112 threads) takes 1 hour and 30 minutes, and tearer 3990X is 30% faster.
The Tearer 3990X is priced at $3,990, and the Bank of China is estimated to be around $30,000 – $20,000 for two to-strong platinum s8280s.