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Back in late October, Amazon broke out its pricing gun and started slashing prices on AMD's Ryzen Threadripper processors. Threadripper is already an incredible value compared to rival Core X processors from Intel, so the discount (which amounted to $120 on the Threadripper 1950X) were just the icing on the cake. Well, Amazon is back with another round of discounts on the Threadripper family, and the deals are even better this time around. If you're looking for a HEDT processor with plenty of cores to keep your applications humming, it'll be hard to pass up these savings: Ryzen Threadripper 1950X... Read more...
We all know that Intel has plans to bring the fight back to AMD in the high-end CPU market. AMD's Ryzen Threadripper parts are better performance wise in many usage scenarios than Intel's high-end processors. The only place that Threadripper gives up the win to Intel is in some older games or games that don't benefit as much from multiple threads. If you want to know more about the Threadripper parts, you can check out our full review of the Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X parts. Since we all know that Threadripper is a hit, fans might be interested to hear some of the backstory about how Threadripper... Read more...
AMD’s unrelenting attack on the desktop CPU market continues today, with the official launch of the company's beastly Ryzen Threadripper processors. If, by some cruel joke, you are unfamiliar with Threadripper, it is AMD’s premium, high-end, many-core desktop processor, that leverages the same Zen microarchitecture that debuted with the Ryzen 7 series a few months back. The flagship chip in the initial AMD Ryzen Threadripper line-up packs 16 physical processor cores and supports 32 threads through the use of SMT (Simultaneous Multithreading). To date, the largest number of cores supported on standard... Read more...
AMD's Ryzen processors have certainly grabbed the attention of PC gamers and enthusiasts. In fact, AMD laid much of its quarterly success at the feet of Ryzen processors. Back in late July we heard that AMD was working on some new additions to the Ryzen Threadripper family of processors. These parts include some Ryzen offerings sans the "X" designation, including a Threadripper 1920 processor. Today some new details are surfacing from boardmakers that again tip AMD is looking to roll out more Ryzen parts, and that Ryzen Threadripper 1920 is mentioned specifically in this leak. The new information... Read more...
AMD has two big hardware launches planned this month, one of which is Ryzen Threadripper for the HEDT market. Enthusiasts have been itchin’ to see a full round of benchmarks on the processors (we’re working on it), but you can check out our teaser on Ryzen Threadripper right here. In the meantime, AMD has posted a full list of coolers that are compatible with the new processors. As you may already know, Ryzen Threadripper uses a new 4094-pin TR4 socket and new AMD X399-based motherboards. As you might expect with processors that have a maximum TDP of 180W, AMD is recommending that you go with a... Read more...
  Yesterday, we received advance notice that the AMD Ryzen Threadripper family would be expanding to include at least four additional members. While we unfortunately don’t have four new SKUs to introduce to you today, AMD did confirm one of the new processors that we talked about yesterday: the Ryzen Threadripper 1900X. Like the 1950X and 1920X, the Ryzen Threadripper 1900X features 64 PCIe lanes, quad-channel DDR4 support, support for the X399 chipset/TR4 socket, and comes from the factory unlocked (for greater overclocking potential). The 1900X, as you might expect, takes a step back with... Read more...
You didn’t really think that AMD would release just two Ryzen Threadripper processor SKUs and call it a day, did you? Well, according to some careful decoding of AMD’s Product Master list [PDF], we’re learning of at least four additional processors that will join the lineup. 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... Read more...
  Has the hype surrounding Ryzen Threadripper gotten to you yet? Well, if you’ve been bitten by the bug, chances are that you early adopters will have the processors in-hand within the next two weeks or so. With this in mind, the folks over at MSI has posted a brief, but informative tutorial on YouTube that shows you how to install a Ryzen Threadripper into your brand new [hopefully MSI-branded] motherboard. First of all, we have to commend MSI on the positively “chill” music that they used for this video. I could totally listen to this all day while on hold on the phone, or in an elevator,... Read more...
AMD has been doing very well with its new line of Ryzen processors, gamers and enthusiasts are excited about the brand again. In fact, PC fans are happy enough with Ryzen right now that much of the growth AMD posted in its recent financials was laid squarely at the feet of the Ryzen and Radeon GPU growth. The next big thing that AMD has for fans to enjoy is the Ryzen Threadripper processors, which notably come in some of the flashiest retail packaging we've ever seen. If you follow Threadripper, you might know that a mystery has been swirling this week after an overclocker called der8auer decided... Read more...
Can you feel that excitement in the air? We're of course talking about one of the most anticipated PC hardware launches of 2017: AMD's Ryzen Threadripper processors. Ryzen's launch in March was an important one for AMD, as it proved to the world that it was once again competitive with Intel, but now that that's over and done with, AMD's is moving onto the next thing. That happens to be hitting Intel where it really hurts: lucrative top-end enthusiast chips. While Intel's current top-end Skylake-X chip, i9-7900X, boasts 10 cores and 20 threads, AMD's top Threadripper chips are going to deliver 6... Read more...
AMD Ryzen Threadripper is so close, we can almost taste it. While gaming enthusiasts are no doubt excited to see early benchmarks of the HEDT processor (and get their hands on them), AMD itself is also getting hyped for the launch. That’s why AMD CEO Lisa Su took to Twitter this morning to give us a preview of the retail packaging for the new processors. Behold – the first look at #Threadripper packaging. Who else is counting down the minutes until they can get their hands on this CPU? pic.twitter.com/E6MmjO61nR— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) July 24, 2017 Just look at that — it’s massive. AMD is definitely... Read more...
AMD’s burly Ryzen Threadripper processors are nearly upon us, and we’re going to need some equally badass motherboards to pair with them. Luckily, AMD has a healthy legion of board partners to back its Threadripper launch, with one of the most high-profile players being ASUS. ASUS has already announced its X399 Republic of Gamers (ROG) Zenith Extreme — say that three times fast — but the motherboard has made its way into the wild ahead of the official launch of Ryzen Threadripper. As its name suggests, the HEDT board is based on AMD’s X399 chipset and features the new TR4 processor socket. Given... Read more...
AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper family of HEDT processors is just a few weeks away from launch, which means that we'll likely soon be seeing more performance benchmarks leak to the internet before we get our hands on the chip here for an official unveil. We’ve seen previous leaks with the top-of-the line 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen Threadripper 1950X via Geekbench, and now that same processor is making the rounds again via both Geekbench again and SiSoft SANDRA. This time around for Geekbench, single-core scores actually regressed a bit compared to its first outing back in June. Single-core performance dropped... Read more...
If guidance from top PC system builder Dell is any indication, we’ll likely see the first AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors hit the market a little over a month from now. Given that we’re so close to launch, it should come as no surprise that Ryzen Threadripper benchmarks are starting to surface. Today we’re getting an early look at the performance potential of the range-topping Ryzen Threadripper 1950X, which according to Geekbench has a base clock of 3.4GHz, 16 cores and 32 threads. This particular processor was teamed up with 16GB of DDR4 memory and an ASRock X399 Professional Gaming Motherboard.... Read more...