New members of the family include the Ryzen Threadripper 1950 and 1920 (sans the “X”) along with the 8-core, 16-thread 1900 and 1900X. Not much else is known about these SKUs, although those lacking an “X” likely don’t have Extended Frequency Range (XFR) enabled. Here is how the entire Ryzen Threadripper family would look fully fleshed out:
- YD1900A9U8SAE - Ryzen Threadripper 1900 - 8 cores/16 threads
- YD190XA8U8SAE - Ryzen Threadripper 1900X - 8 cores/16 threads
- YD1920A9UC9AE - Ryzen Threadripper 1920 - 12 cores/24 threads
- YD192XA8UC9AE - Ryzen Threadripper 1920X - 12 cores/24 threads
- YD1950A9UGAAE - Ryzen Threadripper 1950 - 16 cores/32 threads
- YD195XA8UGAAE - Ryzen Threadripper 1950X - 16 cores/32 threads
Of course, the four new Ryzen Threadripper processors will be compatible with AMD’s X399 chipset and the new TR4 socket. They are also said to be based on the initial revision of the EPYC die (ZP-B1), while shipping EPYC processors are based on the ZP-B2 revision.
AMD has yet to officially launch the Ryzen Threadripper family, although the processors should be available for sale starting August 10th. The first two SKUs, the Ryzen Threadripper 1920X and 1950X, will be priced at $799 and $999 respectively.