Summary: AMD recently launched its highly anticipated Threadripper 7000 series, set to launch on November 21st, boasting an impressive base clock of 3.2 GHz and a boost clock of up to 5.1 GHz, DDR5 memory support, and a TDP of 350W, with the 64-core variant priced at $4,999.
- 18.5% improvement in the base clock and a 13.3% higher boost clock
- L2 cache has doubled in size on the Zen4 architecture
- DDR5 memory support
AMD recently launched its highly anticipated Threadripper 7000 series, set to launch in about a month. However, some websites managed to get their hands on the new CPUs and wasted no time in sharing their testing results. While most of the initial coverage focused on the flagship 96-core TR 7995WX model, there is now more information available on the 64-core variant, specifically the TR 7985WX processor.
The TR 7985WX boasts an impressive base clock of 3.2 GHz and a boost clock of up to 5.1 GHz. Compared to its predecessor, the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX, this represents an 18.5% improvement in the base clock and a 13.3% higher boost clock. Additionally, the L2 cache has doubled in size on the Zen4 architecture, and the TDP has increased to 350W.
One significant change with the Threadripper 7000 series is the addition of DDR5 memory support. This alone can have a substantial impact on benchmark results. Official Geekbench rankings comparing the new Zen4-based CPUs to their Zen3 and Zen2 counterparts show impressive performance gains. The TR 7985WX is reported to be 30% to 36% faster in single-core tests and 63% to 64% faster in multicore tests compared to the Zen3 5995WX. These improvements are indeed quite substantial.
For those eagerly awaiting the release of the Threadripper 7000 series, mark your calendars for November 21st. While there will be non-PRO variants available for enthusiasts, it’s worth noting that the 64-core version, known as the 7980X, comes with a hefty price tag of $4,999. However, it’s still more affordable than the PRO variant priced at $7,394.
About AMD: AMD, a large player in the semiconductor industry is known for its powerful processors and graphic solutions, AMD has consistently pushed the boundaries of performance, efficiency, and user experience. With a customer-centric approach, the company has cultivated a reputation for delivering high-performance solutions that cater to the needs of gamers, professionals, and general users. AMD's Ryzen series of processors have redefined the landscape of desktop and laptop computing, offering impressive multi-core performance and competitive pricing that has challenged the dominance of its competitors. Complementing its processor expertise, AMD's Radeon graphics cards have also earned accolades for their efficiency and exceptional graphical capabilities, making them a favored choice among gamers and content creators. The company's commitment to innovation and technology continues to shape the client computing landscape, providing users with powerful tools to fuel their digital endeavors.AMD Website: https://www.amd.com/
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DDR5: DDR5 (Double Data Rate 5) is the next generation of memory technology for the computer industry. It is a modern day improvement on earlier DDR technologies, with faster speeds, greater bandwidth and higher capacities. DDR5 enables higher resolution, seamless gaming experiences and faster data transfer rates, making it an ideal choice for high-performance computing and 4K gaming. With its greater RAM compatibility, DDR5 provides faster buffering times and raised clock speeds, giving users an improved overall work system. DDR5 is also optimized for multi-tasking, allowing users to multitask without experiencing a significant drop in performance, increasing the productivity of digital tasks. As an ever-evolving technology, DDR5 is paving the way for the computer industry into a new and powerful era.
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