ByAdan Flannigan 2019-06-28 786
However, we now know that AMD is not completely cutting off the ThreadRipper processor, but is temporarily postponing it. At the Taipei Computer Show, AMD CEO Su Zifeng also made a strong impression. "We didn't say we wanted to break off the ThreadRipper product line. As long as the mainstream platform is updated, ThreadRipper will continue to be updated, and everyone will definitely see more.
For AMD, the multi-thread performance of the Ryzen ThreadRipper processor will undoubtedly be the best in the world. It will be very powerful at running workstation-related applications, but AMD's biggest problem is to convince gamers. The two previous generations of Ryzen ThreadRipper, which accepted 32-core and 64-core Ryzen ThreadRipper, did not perform well in this respect.
From AMD's point of view, the new generation Ryzen ThreadRipper should break through in a core or a small number of cores, because the 7nm process increases the frequency potential of a 16-core processor like the Ruilong 9 3950X. With a high frequency of 4.7 GHz, the 64-core Ryzen ThreadRipper is probably not as high, but it can be amazing if it has an acceleration frequency of 4.5 GHz.
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