AMD’s debut third-gen Threadripper chips will be released on November 25th

AMD’s debut third-gen Threadripper chips will be released on November 25th

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(**)AMD has announced its first two third-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors: the $1,(****************************************************) Threadripper (*************************************)X and the $1,(**********************************************) Threadripper (************************************)X. Both processors feature higher clock speeds and more PCIe lanes than their second-generation predecessors, and they also support PCIe version 4.0. You’ll be able to get your hands on the new chips on November (*****************************************************************)th when AMD has also announced that it’ll be launching its mainstream AM4 flagship: the (********************************************************************)-core, (****************************************************************)-thread Ryzen 9 (**************************************)X.(***)
(****)You can see how the specs of the new Threadripper processors compare to the previous generation below, but outside of these, there are a couple of other improvements. Both chips are built using AMD’s 7nm Zen 2 microarchitecture, and they feature a total of (**********************************************************) usable PCIe 4.0 lanes. They also use AMD’s new TRX(**************************************************************) platform and sTRX4 socket, a change that AMD says was necessary in part because of the number of PCIe lanes between the processor and the chipset has doubled from four to eight. (***)
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(************************)A step down from the Threadripper lineup is the (**************************************)X, which finally has a release date after being (*************************)announced back in June(**************************). This chip has the highest number of cores and threads out of AMD’s mainstream AM4 socket CPU lineup, but it also has the highest single-thread performance, which AMD says should make it the best gaming performer in the lineup. Sure, the $(*************************************************) (**************************************)X’s single-thread performance is only 1 percent better than the $(***************************************************) Ryzen (***************************************)X, but it’s also got four more cores to boot.(***)
(***************************)Along with a release date for the flagship AM4 chip, AMD has also announced a new eco-mode feature for the processor, which allows you to run it at a lower power level and with lower power consumption if you need lots of cores but you’d prefer lower temperatures to higher performance. Along with the (**************************************)X, AMD says that eco-mode will be available on all third-generation chips from Ryzen 5 upwards.(***)
(****************************)Finally, at the other end of the spectrum, AMD has also announced a new $(************************************************************) budget CPU, the AMD Athlon (****************************************)G. Compared to the high end of AMD’s lineup, the chip’s 2 cores and 4 threads sound absolutely tiny, but AMD says the chip is unlocked and ready to be overclocked, so you should be able to squeeze a little more power out of it with the right hardware. The new budget chip will be available on November (*******************************************************************)th.(***)
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