Pre-orders have been opened for the second generation AMD Threadripper with availability starting Monday, August 13th.
The Threadripper 2000 series will include a 32-core, 64-thread part for extreme fans and high-end workstations, but the 2990WX Threadripper will bring Americans back to $ 1799.
No pricing information in the UK again, although Ebuyer has the previous top-of-the-ranger, the 1950X Threadripper now drops to £ 654.99.
AMD has divided its line of Threadripper CPUs into two, with parts with X-X addressed to enthusiasts and players, and parts with WX suffix aimed at what it describes as "creators of content and innovators".
|Part||Cores||Discussions||Basic Speed ||Speed Upgrade||Price  TR2920X  12  24  3.5GHz  4.3GHz  $ 649  TR2950X  16  32  3.5GHz  4.4GHz  $ 899|
|TR2970WX  24  48  3.0GHz  4.2GHz  $ 1299|
|TR2990WX  32  64  3.0GHz  4.2GHz  $ 1799|
The top of the range Threadripper 2990WX will be available first – Monday, August 13th. The 2950X Threadripper will follow on Friday, August 31st, with October availability scheduled for the 2970WX and 2920X Threadripper.
Announcing availability today, AMD wanted to show off its CPUs with its favorite Cinebench tests, designed to compare them with Intel's latest Core i9s: Core i9-7980XE, i9-7960X and Core i9-7900X.
Intel achieved a record benchmark in Cinebench on its Core i9-7980XE by overclocking the 5.7GHz device, a company that required heavy-duty cooling.
AMD, however, claims to have improved Intel with the 2990WX Threadripper, overclocked to 5.1GHz using liquid nitrogen, reaching a score of 7.618 on Intel 7.344.
At production speed, however, high-end Threadripper scored 5.089 out of 4.363 Intel Core i9-7980XE, clocked at 4.2 GHz.
These are the scores of the shares that will undoubtedly test the most incredibly overclocked scores, with AMD claiming a significant advantage in Threadripper performance compared to comparable Intel Core i9 CPUs.
9 July 2018 : AMD is preparing two new energy efficient second generation Ryzen CPUs, the Ryzen 5 2600E and the Ryzen 7 2700E.
The parts are aimed directly at the Intel Core ™ processor series of microprocessors, which work with a standard 35-watt TDP, and target platforms that require a standard x86 CPU, but on a platform more energy-efficient with less heat dissipation.
Both Intel Core CPUs & # 39; T & # 39; that AMD Ryzen & # 39; E & # 39; they are identical to their mainstream equivalents, with the exception of lower power and lower clock speeds.
Ryzen 2600E is the low-power counterpart of the Ryzen 5 2600X, the 12-conductor part which is faster than AMD, which requires 95 W and operates at standard 3.6GHz and retail for around £ 200. The Ryzen 5 2600E, at Conversely, it is a 45W part but operates at a standard 3.1GHz.
The Ryzen 7 2700E, meanwhile, also requires 45W compared to 105W for the mainstream desktop part, and runs at a frequency of 2.8GHz compared to Ryzen 7 2700X's full-fat 3.7GHz. However, Ryzen 7 is a 16-core eight-core part.
Prices, according to WCCFTech, will obscure Intel's T series CPUs.
The leaks, which were subsequently confirmed, come after In April AMD launched similar low-power APUs with integrated Vega GPUs for mobile devices.
Like the Ryzens with the "E" suffix, the Ryzen 3 2200GE and Ryzen 5 2400GE chips have a TDP of 35 watts, but also have AMD's Vega graphics integrated into the core.
The AMD Ryzen 3 2200GE and Ryzen 5 2400GE followed in the footsteps of Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G, which contain the same number of cores and threads, along with integrated graphics, but at a very high power consumption lower.
At the same time, AMD Epyc-based CPU servers have started to launch production lines in China, the product of its joint venture with Haiguang Information Technology.
Nicknamed Dhyana and based on Zen microarchitecture, the agreement between AMD and Haigung required a fair amount of legal dexterity to pull out, both to stay within the limits of the AMD x86 licensing agreement with Intel, as well as US export technology controls.
Intel, for example, was excluded from the sale of Xeon CPUs in China in 2015 as a result of claims that they would be used in Chinese nuclear ear and military programs.
According to Tom & # 39; s Hardware AMD remained on the right side of the line, legally establishing a joint venture in a company called THATIC, to which he had licensed x86 and other technology.
THATIC founded HMC and Haigung, with Haigung who designed the project while HMC is in charge of production. With AMD which holds a 51% controlling stake in HMC, the company remains compliant with its x86 server license obligations. It also holds a 30% stake in Hygon. THATIC holds the rest of the shares.
However, the Dhyana Epyc CPUs are exclusively for the Chinese market, with AMD benefiting from sales royalties.
May 15, 2018 : AMD launched the Ryzen Pro microprocessors enhanced with the Ryzen cores integrated with the Vega graphics, which AMD used to call accelerated processing units or APUs. The parts are designed for laptops and corporate desktops, with the launch coinciding with the new mobile and desktop systems from Dell, HP and Lenovo that support the new CPUs.
However, despite the naming nomenclature, the new parts are based on the first generation Ryzen's nuclei rather than the Zen + microarchitecture that entered into the recent Ryzen 2 versions of AMD. As a result, office-oriented parts will lack Ryzen 2's improved memory cache and latency, as well as slightly faster clock speeds from 12-nanometer optimization, compared to 14-nm process production .
The parts include four desktops and three mobile offers, all with four cores, but with the Ryzen 5 Pro 2400G, 2400GE, 2500U and Ryzen Pro 2700U with eight threads.
The parties are offered at a lower price than the Intel equivalents – from $ 169 to $ 349 – and while sporting AMD's latest Vega graphics technology, they reduced performance, partly to cut costs, but also to ensure that laptops do not melt in a modest use.
What makes the "Pro" line of Ryzen's AMD CPUs different from the CPUs and Ryzen standard APUs are management features that are exclusively for organizations. These include GuardMI, which offers memory encryption capabilities (like AMD's Epyc server CPUs), a secure boot mechanism, a Trusted Platform Module firmware that supports TPM 2.0.
In terms of new hardware from leading vendors – whose AMD support will need to break the blockade that Intel has on the corporate PC market: Dell has sported new Latitude 5495 laptops with 14-inch displays and desktop Optiplex 5055 MT / SFF from the business aspect.
HP and Lenovo, meanwhile, have launched a much wider range of laptops and desktops. Among the fairly standard look there is, in particular, the HP Elite Desk 705 Mini G4, which promises to be a space saver. Lenovo also has a 12.5-inch ultra-small laptop and a thin desktop, the Lenovo ThinkCentre M715q Tiny, both of which are particularly interesting.
However, full details and specifications have not yet been published.
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