Ryzen PRO

Back when AMD announced their leading-edge Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X, the company also tucked in an announcement that there would be a third, cheaper Threadripper: the 1900X. Now after about a month’s wait since the first two chips launched, the 1900X is finally hitting the streets. AMD High-End Ryzen SKUs Cores/ Threads Base/ Turbo XFR L3 DRAM 1DPC PCIe TDP SRP TR 1950X 16/32 3.4/4.0 +200 32 MB 4x2666 60 180W $999 TR 1920X 12/24 3.5/4.0 +200 32 MB 4x2666 60 180W $799 TR 1900X 8/16 3.8/4.0 +200 16 MB 4x2666 60 180W $549 Ryzen 7 1800X 8/16 3.6/4.0 +100 16 MB 2x2666 16 95 W $499 Ryzen 7 1700X 8/16 3.4/3.8 +100 16 MB 2x2666 16 95 W $399 Of AMD’s Threadripper product stack, the 1900X is easily the most unusual of the chips. Whereas the 1950X and 1920X were the full-fledged version and the cheaper-but-still-thread-heavy-alterative respectively, the 1900X doesn’t really fit into either of those buckets. In fact with just 8 cores active, it has more in common with the Ryzen 7 1800X than it does the rest...

AMD Launches Ryzen PRO CPUs: Enhanced Security, Longer Warranty, Better Quality

This morning AMD is introducing their Ryzen PRO processors for business and commercial desktop PCs. The new lineup of CPUs includes the Ryzen 3 PRO, Ryzen 5 PRO and...

77 by Anton Shilov on 6/29/2017

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