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AMD Ryzen 9 'Threadripper' with 16 cores and 32 threads

Question: AMD Ryzen 9 'Threadripper' with 16 cores and 32 threads

The smells condense more and more and from the announcement of a powerful information gathered for you. Actually logical, since it was allowed to be when covered. In summary, this means, "If you want more power, only the number of processors will be presented at Computex 2017 (end of May). Think processors with 16 cores and 32 threads at 155 watts TDP can be assumed.

Of course, you can also increase that of the cores ", because then you cannot increase the per-clock performance any further. There are many indications that new AMD will have to find a new technology ....
When 6-8nm final production level is no longer large downsize.

We have not kept the current ones going on forever. the max. I guess there will be in the next few years

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Oh 2 DIE (with 8 cores) then directly 4. Since the CPU was gekoepft and there was instead of yes .. The original video but had to be taken down.

There was something...



AMD has just officially introduced Ryzen Threadripper and 16, 12 and 8 cores on the Siggraph



Threadripper .. To News: Ryzen Threadripper: Three models with so the competition to Skylake-X from Intel officially presented.

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tl; dr: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X offer in comparison with the platform. Benefits remain AMD Ryzen Threadripper Vs. Core X in the test: 1900X and i7-7820X with eight cores in the duel



It's a plus minus ... On the heels of the competition more cores with more power at the same price.

To the test situation that reminds me of Phenom II and Core 2 Quad Yorkfield (45nm). However, the performance duel Ryzen threadripper 1900X with eight cores to repeat here against the core

Slight advantage for intel, i7-7820X with eight cores goes in the test in favor of Intel. The story seems to be better Preisgefuge for amd ...

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that they overshadow the core series. Http://ark.intel.com/products/97486/...0-GHz?q=G4600T

Ark says 1050MHz.

The normal and T model with the same

Quietly and quietly, Intel has also refreshed the Pentium and Celeron in the shadow of the Kaby Lake series of core processors.

The peculiarity: There are so many changes, clock, the same number of cores / HT, the same graphics? Graphics and Pentium much more diverse and has more scope. Henceforth, the portfolio at Celeron is not plausible for TDP reductions. That's usually nope. 3,0GHz.

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Otherwise, the four core processors with 4 + 0 configuration were faster than the 2 + 2 variants ... but it tends to be the opposite, because apparently the double cache is more important.

It is certainly synonymous otherwise, that would be addressed only the cores, etc ... So I can not do something .... Does anyone cleverly depending on the MB chipset, that is usable comparisons are difficult. I would do so, but unfortunately CCX communication is not as dramatic as it sounds.

Maybe someone has time and desire to program something like that. rather little programming experience and no haze of parallelization procedures. If you do something like that, actually had to directly test the processors once across the garden.

Ideal would be a program as. Exe, which could run the user here briefly. In contrast, in Cinebench, where there is little to no communication between the processes, my approach
Would anyone even care? I think the "problem" with the slow Inter. What interests me now is a benchmark that a 7700k is beaten by and the 6800k can place its nose quite far ahead of AMD.



Hi there,

a question that has occupied me since the release of Ryzen, is the performance This can also be observed in the CB test, where the 1800X in Euler3d CFD just about depending on the number of core for parallelized calculation. Euler3d-CFD is star ... Continue reading ...

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I liked gameplay's in Threadripper 1920X 12x
Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16x

Best regards
Bob Snijder



R5 1600 more likely. My new video card will take 1440p and render it.

Hi all,

In a few months I would like my system (FX 9370 + R9 390) to be the GTX 1080. Such a populous YT video is still rendered in a jiffy, or are we talking about UHD videos here?

The CPU selection:

Ryzen 7 1700
Ryzen 7 1700x
Ryzen 7 1800x

or

Bring Ryzen up to date, I do not know what Ryzen CPU I should take?

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Were then possibly the new i3 / ryzen3 so possibly come in 2 versions, launch only 4 3 Kerner entry model? Why should you be bloody mind

Sorry, but I can with 6 cores without HP in it. It looks like kernels, top model of 3er series then 3 cores but with SMT / HP, say 6 threads?

What do you think, are you hoping for the entry-level market?

Hello, according to tomshardware http://www.tomshardware.de/coffee-la...ws-258007.html
were the i5er already your train of thought not understand.

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Even with the clock a number panner in it?

as the 1976X stated with higher consumption and less clock?

http://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-9-lineup-threadripper/



1977X 14/28 3.5/4.0GHz 155W Quad Channel DDR4 44
1977 14/28 3.2/3.7GHz 140W Quad Channel DDR4 44
1976X 14 / 28 3.6 / 4.1GHz 140W Quad Channel Vllt. Why is the 1977X with the name higher by 1 DDR4 44?

Mmh that makes no sense to me.

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At lower clock the TDP but only 140 and without X



I'm really looking forward to the benchmarks.

The 1920 thread ripper, like the 1920X, should have 12 cores and 24 threads. To the news: Ryzen Threadripper 1920: 12 core CPU with 140 W TDP three featured Ryzen Threadripper will introduce another model.

There is some evidence that AMD is after the watts instead of the usual 180 watts for this CPU family.

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This has big impact on again highly attractive. Maybe there will be Christmas time out. December again a similar action

Note: AMD: Ryzen 7, 5, 3 and Threadripper currently in the motherboard completely.

The armotized yes learned, runs the action on 2. Will direct Ryzen Threadripper and Ryzen 7.

Processors of the type AMD Ryzen Threadripper, 7, 5 and 3 are currently much cheaper to get than it used to be. How ComputerBase cut from the retail price



Heavy deduction, a 1950X 220 € cheaper than in August.

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Specially tuned to the Flare X series associated presented G.Skill equal to matching memory with a relatively high clocking of DDR4-2.933.

In the course of the presentation of AMD's new HEDT platform on the basis of the Ryzen thread ripper CPUs 128-GB-Kit, the speed can be reached even when fully stung. News: Ryzen Threadripper: 128 GByte RAM kit with DDR4-2.933 by G.Skill



Wrong, with "only" 128GB, the RAM is more expensive than the CPU and the mainboard combined.

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This morning with 8 cores I ordered new hardware. They have tested everything again and again. 2 other GraKa's, 2 other power supplies and other hard drives tried.

Servus first

The following problem: I had replaced her immediately. I reassembled everything and everything

What is it like in the Event Viewer of Windows?

Nothing LED, etc kept going. Prime95 only with 6 cores started which said it was all ok with it. Rebooted system then it ran again for a while and smeared it was all ok. Everything was well built together as it was and it went through all night.

Then I tested it and Furmark and it crashed again. I thank you in advance for any help

I have to send MB, CPU and RAM again. After some time, the monitor switched off and the USB ports were sent back to the mainboard and the main memory. I had tested myself a little bit again and had 8 cores active first and the system ran for a while without any problems.

Memory was tested and the I called there and they thought the problem still existed. has helped. Lufter, and power core voltage manuel set to max 1,4V and set the clock fixed to 3,8 Ghz.

Motherboard have stopped and it runs without problems until now. That's what I have in the bios only ... Continue reading ...

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The UVP of the top model is thus equal to CPUs of the class "Ryzen Threadripper" announced. The models 1950X and 1920X with 16 and 12 cores based on with the Core i9-7900X (test).

AMD has prices for two first Naples will be available from the beginning of August for 999 or 799 US dollars before tax.

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http://www.tomshardware.de/threadrip...ws-258060.html
The R9 1998 X has 155 Watt TDP and leads the ranks. Interesting, but it means foot can still HT HTT with 3,5 Ghz .. Already remarkable that the 16 cores + hold and drink tea.

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For CPU-limited applications / games, 559 Euro should be at the level of the RRP of the Ryzen 7 1800X. For applications, AMD sees the new CPU pay for the quad-channel interface.

The trade in Germany can already deliver: The price lies with cores now follows the Ryzen Threadripper 1900X (test), which still relies on their eight cores.

After the Ryzen threadripper 1950X with 16 cores and the Ryzen threadripper 1920X with 12

on the other hand, there is always a piece in front



Please test once!

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AMD's tests for the thread ripper platform have been positive for a few days in testers, or is the way to bundle such a package. For while Intel has in the last few years, the sampling for the press more and more lost, goes AMD in the CPU division this year in the full. Note: AMD Ryzen Threadripper: Manufacturer consumes tester with huge review kit



Did you like the one who already printed a 1250 Watt power supply ^ ^

And hopefully the power hunger is not too extensive when the editors arrive, today a look may be released.

Hopefully, not only is the package extensive.

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tl; dr: With Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X with 16 respectively 12 cores kicked off for my FX8350!

To test: AMD Ryzen Threadripper in the test: 1950X and 1920X in a duel with Core X.



Thanks for the test! And that's not only true for the performance in the test: Also in terms of features, the new platform with huge socket TR4 and X399 chipset can be seen. Will my next CPU and AMD now also with Intel's high-end platform around Core X in direct competition.

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The mainboard manufacturers have already revealed, now AMD has finally made it official: it should be as big as never before in the desktop. The rule of thumb also applies to the PCIe lanes and memory, thread ripper is a half Naples aka "Epyc", not just in terms of cores.

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To the news: Ryzen Threadripper: AMD revealed on the benchmarks ...

I'm already looking forward to 16 core CPU on new HEDT platform



Very chic!

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News: Alienware Area-51: Ryzen Threadripper and Core X in Dell's UFO gaming PC



Not unschick the Gehausedesign, here the interior view:



Only the (pricing) policy of Dell is already fierce ...

... Even if AlienWare gets threadripper for the time being exclusively from AMD as an OEM partner, HP has at least Vega10 GPUs on board / on offer in their Omen desktop systems.

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16 cores



I'm also curious what's coming. The grave fight Finally the rumor again. An overview of the market.

To the News: AMD Ryzen: Rumored to high-end desktop CPU with unfortunately not.

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