BySigismondo Eisenhower 2019-07-25 408
The one who found this processor is TUM-APISAK, who has filtered and reported many AMD processors. Although the name that appears does not refer to the Threadripper, the socket does not lie. As it has 16 cores and 32 threads we could think of the Ryzen 9 3950X, but this processor is SP3v2 socket.
What makes it Threadripper is the SP3v2 socket, used in these processors. It also makes you think it's Zen2 because of the latency of the memory. This latency is superior to the Threadripper 2950X of 16 cores, which makes think that it has more L3 cache and therefore, it is Zen2.
Regarding the frequencies of this processor are another good indicator. This processor will work at a base frequency of 3.6GHz and in Boost mode would reach 4.05GHz. We must emphasize that this processor is a sample of engineering and the thing could be different in the commercial version.
Considering the Ryzen 9 3950X, it seems rare that AMD launches a 16-core Threadripper. The logical thing would be to start from the 20 cores and to arrive until the 32 cores. Leaving this way the beginning of the Rome EPYC that arrived at the 64 cores. We could think that the Ryzen 9 3950X is a hybrid between Threadripper and Ryzen, marked as the seconds. Two processors practically equal in cores and price, would enter in conflict.
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