OEMs will receive two Zen 3 Ryzens, and the Ryzen Threadripper PRO will no longer be tied to Lenovo devices.
In addition to mobile enhancements, AMD is also thinking of the desktop CPU market. Perhaps the most important announcement is the general release of the Ryzen Threadripper PRO series unveiled last summer. Until now, the product family could only be marketed by Lenovo, but in the future it will be available from other manufacturers, so the WRX80 motherboards will be compatible with processors for the extremely strong professional market.
ASUS, Supermicro, and Gigabyte will offer compatible motherboards, but they won’t be as cheap as the processors themselves. At the same time, one-way EPYC configurations can be expected to have better pricing, meaning that no matter how serious the amounts involved, they will definitely save money for those interested. It is important to note that although processors support 2 TB of system memory, each motherboard may not have enough interfaces for that amount of memory, so you should expect a maximum of 1 TB.
The price and exact availability of Ryzen Threadripper PRO CPUs and the required motherboards will be announced later by those concerned.
OEMs will also receive a minor update as the Zen 3 desktop platform, introduced last October, will be supplemented with two fresh CPUs. Their parameters are detailed in the table below:
|Type||Core / turbo clock||SMT||L2 cache||L3 cache||Consumption (TDP)|
|9 5900 (12 mag)||3/4,7 GHz||from||12 x 512 kB||64 MB||65 W|
|7 5800 (8 mag)||3,4/4,6 GHz||from||8 x 512 kB||32 MB||65 W|
The upgrades will only be available to OEMs, which is because for boxed products, the Ryzen Master already has Eco-Mode, which limits the TDP consumption of already available CPUs to 65 and 35 watts, respectively.
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