People often joke that Intel is constantly & LDquo; Toothpaste & throughout; AMD, however, seems to be on the rise. For example, the thread Ripper 5000 series, the last piece of the Zen3 architecture family, has been postponed several times since November.
According to the latest news,Thread Ripper 5000 series and double 叒 to jump, most likely to wait until next year, the specific time is unknown, it is likely to be CES 2022 in early January.
The cause is unknown,Technical aspects may be the lack of 7nm process capacity, non-technical aspects may be the lack of competitiveness— — Intel's previous version of its Fever platform was released in October 2019, and the next version has been pushed back to the third quarter of next year.
The Zen3 thread Ripper 5000 series will come in three models with 64, 32, and 24 cores, continuing with the TRX40 motherboard, the top model 5990X, 64 cores 128 threads, 256MB level 3 cache, and 5970X, 5960X, Supports 64 PCIe 4.0, 4-channel ddr4-3200, and 280W thermal design.
There is also the Thread Ripper 5000 PRO series for workstations, which were originally scheduled to be released early next year. There are five models, respectively 5995WX 64, 5975WX 32, 5965WX 24, 5955WX 16, 5945WX 12 core, continue to use WRX80 motherboards. The top model 5995WX, open to 128 PCIe 4.0, eight-channel DDR4-3200, thermal design power consumption is still 280W.