The head of AMD explained the future of processors Ryzen Threadripper

The head of AMD explained the future of processors Ryzen Threadripper

In early may, some turmoil among connoisseurs of AMD products caused the disappearance of the presentation for investors mention of ryzen Threadripper processors of the third generation, which could follow the desktop relatives of the Ryzen 3000 family (Matisse) to move to 7-nm technology, Zen 2 architecture with an increased volume of cache and increased specific performance in terms of one clock cycle, as well as offer support for PCI Express 4.0. In fact, Gigabyte based on the AMD Radeon X599, which was to accompany the new processors Ryzen Threadripper, already lit in the customs database ECE from Kazakhstan, and had not much reason to believe these products are fictitious.

Anyway, the next-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors disappeared from the may presentation for investors, and numerous bloggers began to actively discuss the reasons for this change. At the time, it was known that AMD would be highly likely to introduce a 7nm Ryzen processor with twelve cores, and the Ryzen 9 3900X model would indeed debut on the seventh of July, as we can know from today's AMD presentation at the opening of Computex 2019.
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