AMD potvrđuje: Ryzen 9 3950X i Threadripper 3. generacije koji dolaze u studenom



AMD just released an update on their upcoming processor launches this year. First revealed at E3, just a few months ago, the Ryzen 9 3950X is the world's first processor to bring 16-cores and 32-threads to the consumer desktop space. The processor's boost clock is rated at 'up to 4.7 GHz', which we might now actually see, thanks to an updated AGESA software that AMD released earlier this month. Base clock for this $749 processor is set at 3.5 GHz, and TDP is 105 W, with 72 MB cache. While AMD said 'September' for Ryzen 9 3950X back at E3, it looks like the date got pushed back a little bit, to November, which really makes no difference, in the grand scheme of things.

Drugi veliki dio današnje najave jest da AMD doista radi na 'Rimu' temeljenim Threadripper procesorima treće generacije (vjerojatno najguranijim tajnama u industriji), te da će se ti CPU-i također lansirati u studenom, točno u vrijeme da otkupe Intel od bilo kakvog uspjeha s njihovim nadolazećim procesorima Cascade Lake-X. Službene informacije o AMD-ovoj novoj HEDT liniji zasad su izuzetno rijetke, ali ako nastavimo s nedavnim propuštanjem, trebali bismo očekivati ​​nove čipsete i do 32 jezgre / 64-niti.

Niže se navodi cjelokupna izjava AMD-a.