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Threadripper 5000 will be back in August

Threadripper 5000 will be back in August

We have been talking about it for some time, the new Threadripper could be announced in August this year with a potential start of marketing in September. The changes between the current Threadripper 3000 and this 5000 series will be limited. Compared to its predecessor, the biggest gain will be the switch to AMD Zen3 architecture from Zen2. For the rest, there are practically no significant changes, so these CPUs should continue to use the TRX40 on existing motherboards. These CPUs will keep the TMSMC 7nm manufacturing process, the use of DDR4 RAM, the PCI-Express 4.0 interface and the largest model will have a TDP of 280W. Threadripper The only notable point listed by MeoPC for these Threadripper Chagall would be the increase of the global interconnection speed of the inter-chip memory (xGMI) from 16 GT/s to 18 GT/s. This is similar to what we see on the EPYC 7003 series codenamed “Milan”. This change was to be expected because the two series have much in common, including the Zen 3 microarchitecture. As far as the range is concerned, we would start with a 16 cores whose positioning as well as performance will be studied in relation to the 5950X. Finally, the top would be occupied by a 64 cores / 128 threads. Threadripper To summarize, the Chagall Threadripper will succeed the existing TR3000 series “Castle Peak”. The main differences are the architecture upgrades from Zen 2 to Zen 3 and a unified 32MB L3 cache within a CCX. Let’s not forget that the move from Zen 2 to Zen 3 should greatly improve IPC and overall performance. The availability of these new CPUs should again be limited, as many problems seem to have plagued the design cycle of these CPUs.

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