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AMD refused one model Ryzen Threadripper 3000, because you would not have bought it

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It's about a 48-core CPU

A week ago, AMD introduced the top-end 64-core Ryzen Threadripper 3990X processor worth $ 3990. Recall that initially, the company announced only the Threadripper 3960X and 3970X models with 24 and 32 cores, respectively.
AMD refused one model Ryzen Threadripper 3000, because you would not have bought it

Already then there were rumours and leaks about Threadripper 3990X. But there was no data on the 48-core Threadripper 3980X, for which there would just be a place in the line. Initially, information appeared that there would be no such CPU. Then we wrote about his appearance in the CPU-Z Database.

AMD refused one model Ryzen Threadripper 3000, because you would not have bought it

However, we can now say with confidence that in the near future the Threadripper 3980X will definitely not work. This was stated in an interview by Robert Hallock (Robert Hallock) - AMD Senior Technical Marketing Manager.

He explained that AMD currently has no plans to release such a CPU. The reason is that the available statistics regarding sales of the previous generation of HEDT processors indicate that customers usually either buy the top model in the lineup or are limited to initial offers. 



As a result, in the projection to a new generation, it turned out that it was either Threadripper 3960X and 3970X or Threadripper 3990X right away. Simply put, AMD does not see much promise in the 48-core model.

AMD Talking Threadskeeper 3990X with Robert Hulk

AMD's Senior Technical Marketing Manager, Robert Hallock, at CES 2020 to learn more about the company's last leading role. AMD has already revealed more details about its Threadrapper 3990X, which left the exact number behind the Monster 64 Core 128 stream chip, which we now know, the recommended price of $ 3,990. And will land now on February 7, 2020, but, as usual, we have silicon in our hands, we have a lot of questions.

Will there be a 48 core Threadripper?

Intel is extremely unable to respond to AMD's current 32 Core Threadrapper 3970X processor, so abandoning the 640 3990X is equivalent to a killer in HEDT: AMD claims that this single processor has 10,000 workers Dollar intel could outrank 8280 processors. Load

However, between 32 Core 3970X and 64 Core 3990X, the price difference is about $ 2,000, not to mention the obvious difference in 32 Core. This leaves a middle ground where a 48-core model, allegedly described in the CPU z source code, would make a lot of sense.

However, Hallock said the company does not currently have any plan to develop the 48-core model. AMD has found that consumers jump straight into the stack or choose a product that the AMD 32 Core Threadripper 3970X considers. This means the company does not intend to fill this gap in its product stack.

Source = Tom

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