ByBella Evans 2019-06-10 775
The company will finally launch the first 16-core gaming processor, of which we do not yet know the price. As we said, this processor will have 16 cores and 32 processing threads. Perhaps the most interesting thing is its frequencies, since it worked at 3.5GHz and in Boost mode 4.7GHz and will have a brutality of 72MB of L3 cache. It will have a TDP of 105W, something possible without a doubt because it is a 7nm processor.
An AM4 socket processor, which makes us think that the third generation of Threadripper will go from 16 cores to 32 cores. And is that AMD is keeping the Threadripper, which Lisa Su confirmed would be released, but not when. They wanted to give priority to processors for servers (EPYC Rome) and for gaming, the two markets with which they win the most. The market of processors for Workstations and small servers is far from being the one that generates the most revenue.
We suppose that this morning AMD will give performance data of this processor, which will be a beast. We will see then what it can offer us, but with 16 cores it arrives to break the market. It seems that AMD in Computex 2019 only gave us a preview of everything they will offer and have saved the good for a gaming event.
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