AMD’s 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X and 3rd-gen Threadripper CPUs land in November

Following a plethora of leaks and rumors, AMD proper now lastly confirmed when it plans on launching its third-generation Threadripper CPUs. They will arrive in November, alongside the 16-core/32-thread Ryzen 9 3950X that was initially because of arrive this month.

All the brand new processors are slated to ship “in amount,” which means this might not amount to a paper launch. Whether or not or not that actually ends up being the case stays to be seen.

“We’re specializing in meeting the sturdy demand for our Third period AMD Ryzen processors obtainable out there and now plan to launch every the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X and preliminary members of the Third gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor family in amount this November,” AMD talked about in a press launch.

“We’re assured that when lovers get their fingers on the world’s first 16-core mainstream desktop processor and our next-generation of high-end desktop processors, the wait will in all probability be correctly value it,” AMD added.

There is a bit to unpack proper right here. Let’s start with the Third gen Threadripper lineup. Threadripper represents AMD’s high-end desktop (HEDT) class and is geared towards lovers and power clients who’re ready to pay a premium for additional cores (not primarily one of the best CPUs for gaming, though).

The issue AMD faces with its Threadripper family is making the CPUs compelling enough for an fanatic to skip earlier its mainstream desktop Ryzen processors, which is ready to shortly scale to 16 cores and 32 threads, courtesy of the 3950X. Threadripper moreover makes use of socket TR4, and the sooner gen (eg, 2970WX and 2990WX) expert some difficulties in scaling effectivity because of quad-channel memory allocation (two of the chiplets have not acquired direct entry to DRAM and may route memory accesses by one different chiplet). At one degree, it was questioned if AMD would hassle with its Threadripper family going forward. Nonetheless, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su put that question to relaxation a few months up to now.

Curiously, AMD’s has revealed a slide indicating its third-generation Threadripper CPUs will premier at 24 cores. There have been rumors of a 32-core chip variant and even a monstrous 64-core model. I imagine we’ll see larger than 24 cores on this new spherical eventually (the sooner period Threadripper 2990X is a 32-core/64-thread CPU, by one of the best ways), nevertheless apparently not initially.

As to the 3950X, AMD primarily confirmed it is having present factors, though the company did not outright say that. As a substitute, we get the acquainted line about being centered on “meeting the sturdy demand.”

AMD actually unveiled the 3950X all through its Subsequent Horizon Gaming event in June. On the time, AMD talked about it would launch in September. That is not going to happen, and since the announcement, the 12-core/24-thread 3900X has been arduous to return again by. This fueled speculation of a present problem on AMD’s higher-end silicon, and delaying the 3950X until November is not going to be going to quiet that chatter.

In any event, elevated end AMD CPUs are coming in just a few months, and should be on the market previous an preliminary flurry of product sales. Fingers crossed.

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