The new Ryzen 7 5800 and 9 5900 will only be available through OEMs, at least for the time being, while the Threadripper Pro processors, which have hitherto been exclusive to OEMs, will go on sale for free.
Yesterday, AMD released the new Ryzen 5000 Series APUs for laptops. In addition to the new APUs, the company had prepared for CES 2021 with new Ryzen 5000 desktop models, availability news for Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors, and teasing for 3rd generation Epyc processors.
The new members of the Ryzen 5000 family of desktop collections obey the names Ryzen 7,500 and 9,500. Ryze’s 7 5800 base and Boost clock frequencies are 3.4 and 4.6 GHz, while the 9 5900’s are 3.0 and 4.7 GHz. The processors have a TDP value of 65 watts and will only be available in OEM configurations, at least for now.
Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors were originally released last summer. Processors based on Zen 2 cores are available in 16, 32, and 64 cores, but so far they have only been available on OEM-ready workstations. Now AMD has decided to bring the series processors to free sale as well and they are expected to be available on store shelves during March.
Deliveries of Milan, or 3rd generation Epyc processors, are known to have started as early as last year, but the actual release will still have to wait. However, AMD CEO Lisa Su gave a little taste of future server processors and their performance at the show. Performance was demonstrated with the Weather Research and Forecast weather simulation model and juxtaposed configurations based on Intel’s two 28-core Xeon Gold 6258R processors and AMD’s two 32-core Epyc Milan processors. According to AMD’s test, its configuration was as much as 68% faster than Intel’s. The 3rd generation Epyc processors will be officially released later this quarter.
AMD also confirmed that it will release new Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards for both desktop and laptop during the first half of the year.
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