AMD today announced the launch of the Threadripper Pro desktop processor, which has a maximum configuration of 64 cores and 128 threads. Threader Pro 3995WX, Can now be purchased globally.These chips could only be used in We recently reviewed Lenovo’s ThinkStation P620 workstation, But the chip and the accompanying WRX80 motherboard are now available at retailers.Other third-party workstation vendors, such as Speed with Boxx, And now also lists new prefabricated workstations with these chips.
The Threadripper Pro chip has appeared in some retailers in January, and AMD has shared it before Official price of Threadripper Pro series, You can see in the table below.
Unexpectedly, Newegg listed 64C/128T Threader Pro 3995WX, 32C / 64T 3975WX, with 16C / 32T 3955WX According to the suggested retail price, although this may not last long due to ongoing chip shortages.
|Suggested Retail Price/ RCP||Core/thread||Basic/Enhanced (GHz)||Three-level cache (MB)||PCIe||Memory||Trade Development Plan|
|Threader Pro 3995WX||$ 5,489||64/128||2.7 / 4.2||256||128 4th generation||Eight channels DDR4-3200||280 watts|
|Wire stripper 3990X||$ 3,990||64/128||2.9 / 4.3||256||88 Gen 4 (72 available)||Quad-core DDR4-3200||280 watts|
|EPOX 7442||$ 6,950||64/128||2.25 / 3.4||256||128 4th generation||Eight channels DDR4-3200||225 watts|
|Threader Pro 3975WX||$ 2,749||32/64||3.5 / 4.2||128||128 4th generation||Eight channels DDR4-3200||280 watts|
|Wire stripper 3970X||$ 1999||32/64||3.7 / 4.5||* 128||88 Gen 4 (72 available)||Quad-core DDR4-3200||280 watts|
|Wire stripper 3960X||$ 1,399||24/48||3.8 / 4.5||* 128||88 Gen 4 (72 available)||Quad-core DDR4-3200||280 watts|
|Threader Pro 3955WX||$ 1,149||16/32||3.9 / 4.3||64||128 4th generation||Eight channels DDR4-3200||280 watts|
|Ryzen 9 5950X||$799||16/32||3.9 / 4.9||64||20||Double DDR4-3200||105 watts|
AMD’s Threadripper Pro processor represents the ultimate function of threaded workstations, easily defeating the standard consumer-approved Threadripper chip in workloads that value memory throughput.
The Threadripper Pro chip can hold up to 64 cores, 128 threads, and supports 2TB of memory allocated among 8 memory channels, not to mention 128 PCIe 4.0 connection channels.This is a major upgrade to the four memory channels and 72 PCIe 4.0 connection channels on the standard Threadripper chip used by consumers, such as Wire stripper 3990X Currently on top of our multithreading CPU benchmark Hierarchy.
You need a WRX80 motherboard to get the best performance of Threadripper Pro, but don’t worry, ASUS has listed Pro WS Sage SE in the B&H photos for $999. This motherboard provides the largest PCIe and memory connectivity-with seven PCIe 4.0 x16 slots and eight memory slots. The board also has a 16-phase power supply subsystem, supports RDIMM, and has a BMC chip for remote management.
Gigabyte also has WRX80-SU8 Waiting, but it has not yet been listed for sale. The large motherboard also has seven PCIe slots, BMC functions, two 10 GbE ports, two GbE ports and a 7.1-channel audio system.Finally, Supermicro also has its M12SWA-TF Quotation, although the price of the board has not yet been announced.
If you want to see how these chips compare with standard Threadripper chips in many benchmark tests including games, please go to our website. Threadripper Pro 3995WX recent reviews.
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