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Ryzen Threadripper “Chagal” in August?

Ryzen Threadripper “Chagal” in August?

This is the latest rumor just hours before the opening of Computex: AMD’s next-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors based on the Zen 3 architecture should be launched in August, with commercial availability in September. Threadripper The August date is not really new , since we already talked about it here, saying that the official announcement could happen at Computex. The other information contained in this new rumor indicates that the range could start with a 16-core CPU. AMD hasn’t offered any 16-core CPUs in its 3rd generation Threadripper line based on the Zen 2 core architecture and the company already has the Ryzen 9 5950X on socket AM4. For now, it seems very likely that the 4th generation Ryzen Threadrippers will be compatible with existing TRX40 motherboards. So many of us are keeping an eye out for possible new bios that may be coming soon.

Zen 3 gains for Threadripper

  • The transition from Zen 2 to Zen 3 architecture should bring a 19% increase in CPI compared to the Threadripper 3000 range.
  • The top of the range should offer “only” 64 cores and 128 threads.
  • Taking advantage of the 7nm process, the Threadripper will offer higher clock speeds and a reorganized cache (L3).

For some time now AMD has found itself without competition in the HEDT segment as Intel has proven unable to offer a competing generation since 2019. We’ll have to wait until 2022 to see something arrive from the blue.

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