AMD released its 5nm Zen4 processor late last year, and it supports DDR5, PCIe 5.0 and other advanced technologies. Now it has a desktop, mobile, server version of the processor, followed by a big killer - Ryzen Thread Ripper.
The current Ryzen thread ripper is the Ryzen 5000 Series, a 7nm Zen3 architecture with up to 64 cores and 128 threads, but it lags behind Intel's recently released Xeon 3400 series in DDR5, PCIe 5.0, and single-core performance.
The next generation of Ryzen Thread Ripper is the Ryzen 7000 series,Codenamed Storm Peak, the EPYC 9004 series will be improved based on the Zen4 architecture. Up to 96 cores and 192 threads, the number of cores will be increased by 50% and the number of laps will be more fun than ever before.
Ryzen Thread Ripper will also support 8-channel DDR5 memory and up to 128 PCIe 5.0 channels. The platform will also ditch the current WRX8 in favor of TR5, which is expected to be LGA6096.
What is less certain is the release date, which was originally expected to be in the fall, but the Noctua Owl has stolen the release date of the new Rydragon Thread ripper. They were supposed to announce the roadmap of their radiator,But let slip that AMD's next generation Thread Ripper will be released in Q3,They'll be introducing a new radiator at that time, of course the model is unknown.
This means the Thread Ripper 7000 series will be available before the end of SeptemberIn a little over four months,Players who want to switch to a premium platform can save up.
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