Eight 32GB modules running at 3,600MHz
In order to give some love to AMD's latest Ryzen Treadripper flagship, G.Skill has announced its new 256GB Trident-Z Neo memory kit, with eight modules running at 3,600MHz and some tight latencies.
Benchmark numbers have surfaced in SiSoft SANDRA, showing that AMD's Threadripper 3990X out-scores the Intel Xeon Scalable Platinum 8280 setup by around 18 percent.
That is almost Intel prices
AMD is about to release its first Threadripper 3990X CPU with 64 computing cores on 7 February with a $3,990 price tag that would make it look like Intel or Apple pricing.
64-core/128-thread 3rd gen Threadripper coming in 2020
While the company has just launched its first 3rd gen Trheadripper CPUs, the Threadripper 3970X and the 3960X, it appears this is not the end of the lineup, as AMD is preparing a 64-core/128-thread one for 2020.
Threadripper 3960X and 3970X coming on November 25th
AMD has announced its 3rd generation Threadripper CPUs, and it will start with two SKUs, the 24-core/48-thread Threadripper 3960X, and the 32-core/64-thread Threadripper 3970X. Both will be coming along with the new TRX40 platform and are likely to be available on November 25th for $1399 and $1999, respectively.
Starting with 24-core version
AMD has released an update regarding its future CPU releases, including the 16-core/32-thread Ryzen 9 3950X as well as the new 3rd gen Threadripper CPU series, both of which will be debuting in November.
One for upcoming 3rd gen Threadripper CPUs
More AMD 3rd gen Threadripper rumors have appeared online and while the CPU has been already spotted in the Geekbench database, a list of three new HEDT chipsets have now appeared online.
What appears to be a 3rd generation Ryzen Threadripper CPU based on Zen 2 architecture has been spotted on Geekbench, scoring some impressive single- and multi-threaded numbers.
Going against Intel's Glacier Falls platform
According to a fresh report, AMD could be launching its 3rd generation Ryzen Threadripper HEDT CPUs in October, just in time to give Intel's Cascade Lake-X HEDT lineup a run for it money.