AMD Ryzen Threadripper X390 / X399 On Track For Launch, Price & Specs Everything We Know So Far
AMD Ryzen fans will be soon getting the innovative chips named as Threadripper. The chip is designed to have the consisting from 10 cores and 20 threads to 16 core and 32 threads. The AMD Ryzen Threadripper series can be called as the Ryzen 9 1998X and Ryzen 9 1998.
AMD has listed on a Greek e-tailer and showed up on the retail search engine named as "Skroutz" last month. Although the list described some of the important specifications of AMD Rzyen Threadripper, but the details are yet to be confirmed by the company. Recently, the company has given the chip the codename 'Whitehaven' but it can easily change the naming scheme anytime.
Recently, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1998 and 1998X chips get listed on numerous online retailers. On the other hand, it is expected that the 'Whitehaven' X390 and X399 platforms are on the way for their launch. AMD has brought millions of hopes when it comes to its upcoming 16 core Threadripper.
According to Wccftech, stated that the Threadripper and Whitehaven X399 platform is something that will build upon the disruption that AMD Ryzen Threadripper has brought and will continue to upset the X86 paradigm that we had been observing for so long with Intel being the only real option for performance conscious buyers.
The reports stressed that AMD has called challenged Intel by announcing the latest 16 cores Threadripper. On the other note, Intel seemed to be very slow to respond for launching latest products. And the products that were launched allegedly forced the consumers to use Intel's motherboard and Solid State Drive which was not affordable for many consumers. The PC builders are now having huge hopes from AMD Ryzen Threadripper.
The AMD Ryzen Threadripper entry level 16 cores and 32 threads chip might cost $849. This price is almost half than what Intel has offered for its 16 cores. It will allow up to 64 PCle lanes. AMD has recently shown strong multi-threading performance which can be a serious threat to Intel.