Threadripper Pro 5000 from July in the OEM segment, later also for retail

While with the generation Zen 2 enough production capacity available to AMD to meet the demand for generation processors Zen 3 convinced the manufacturers of servers and supercomputers so much that the capacity is not enough. The recently updated Top500 supercomputer rankings show that of the ten most powerful systems, 4 are built on Zen 3 a 1 na Zen 2. No other processor architecture is as represented in the top ten as Zen 3. There is one that has four systems in the top twenty – and it is Zen 2.

Thus, production capacity has long been too tight for AMD to release the Threadripper built on Zen 3. In March, it only released an exclusive edition for Lenovo (and its ThinkStation P620 series), and now in June, shipments have been extended to Dell and its Precision 7865.

The release of Threadripper Pro 5000 as such may be due to the release of part of the 7nm capacity by the transition of mobile APUs from 7nm generations to 6nm Rembrandt. AMD is now counting on expanding the Threadripper Pro 5000 offering to other OEM partners in July. This can easily be linked to the release of another part of the 7nm lines: With the release of the 5nm Ryzen 7000 desktop processors around mid-September. professional segment of other 7nm chipsets (which have so far been sold on the desktop).

The Threadripper Pro 5000 will also be available in retail on an unspecified date (“later” – than in July). I dare say that this will be related to the further release of 7nm lines due to the shift of production of desktop GPUs to 5nm (and 6nm) lines.

PRO 5995WX64/1282,7 / 4,5 GHz256MB280W?
PRO 5975WX32 / 643,6 / 4,5 GHz128MB280W?
PRO 5965WX24 / 483,8 / 4,5 GHz128MB280W?
PRO 5955WX16 / 324,0 / 4,5 GHz64MB280W?
PRO 5945WX12 / 244,1 / 4,5 GHz64MB280W?
PRO 3995WX64/1282,7 / 4,2 GHz256MB280W$5489
PRO 3975WX32 / 643,5 / 4,2 GHz128MB280W$2749
PRO 3955WX16 / 323,9 / 4,3 GHz64MB280W$1149
PRO 3945WX12 / 244,0 / 4,3 GHz64MB280W?
2990WX32 / 643,0 / 4,2 GHz64MB250W$1799
2970WX24 / 483,0 / 4,2 GHz64MB250W$1299

AMD has announced that 64, 32 and 24 core models will be available to other OEM partners in July. Models with 16 and 12 cores are likely to remain exclusive to the original partners.

As for the position compared to the competition, it can be boldly said that these products do not have any and it seems that they will not have one for a long time. Intel gave up releasing new products for the HEDT segment beyond the 14nm era, and a return was to come with the generation Sapphire Rapids. Two series are expected from this: the 28-core MWP and the 56-core EWP, which – in order to compete with AMD’s offering – will be designed as a dual-socket.

But analyst Ming-Chi Kuo came up with information that the series Sapphire Rapids it will not be published in the server segment either this year, so news for HEDT and workstations cannot be expected in the next six months.

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