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The key specifications for AMD’s upcoming Zen 3-based HEDT processors, the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000 Series, have made their way onto the web.

As illustrated in a table shared by Igor Wallossek (Igor’s Lab), AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000 family comprises at least five SKUs, the most admirable of which (the 5995WX) boasts 64 cores. All of the chips, including the relatively lower-ended 5945WX, will feature the same maximum boost clock.

Image: Igor’s Lab

“There are no big surprises and the clock rates are exactly where you would expect them to be,” Wallossek wrote regarding the leak. “A maximum boost of 4550 MHz is common to all five CPUs, only the gradations under load logically differ, depending on the number of available cores. […]”

“[…] We see five SKUs and their OPN (Original Part Number), as well as the final data for the Chagall processors in the chart […]. The B2 stepping should be final, newer variants are not known (to me) so far. Besides the maximum TDP of 280 watts, the gradation of the power consumption for the different load levels (P0 to P2) as well as in idle is especially interesting.”

AMD is expected to announce its Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000 Series processors during its CES 2022 press conference scheduled for January 4. The chips will also purportedly launch in March 2022.

Source: Igor’s Lab

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  1. They had better not be dropping the Zen3 TRX40 models. I will be [I]livid.[/I]

    They promised to support TRX40/sTRX4 long term, and I intend to hold them to it.

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