AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper 5000 series will be released in August!

This time xGMI reaches 18GT/s!

In May of this year, some sources said that the AMD Thread Ripper 5000 series will come equipped with Zen 3 architecture core, code-named “Chagal”, which will be released in August this year and will go on sale in September.

Recently, the tech publication MoePC released a roadmap and said that the core number of the AMD Thread Ripper 5000 series has not changed. It is still based on the 7nm process technology, DDR4 memory, 280W will be the upper limit for the TDP, and it supports the existing TRX40 motherboard.

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As can be seen from the figure, the inter-chip global memory interconnect (xGMI) speed of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series has increased from 16 GT/s to 18 GT/s, similar to the EPYC 7003 series code-named “Milan”.

We recently learned that a lot of sources have also confirmed the news that the ThreadRipper 5000 series will be released in August. AMD previously stated that Zen 3 architecture processors have been greatly improved compared to Zen 2, and IPC performance has increased by 19%.

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AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper 5000 series will be released in August!

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