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Threadripper Zen 4 gets 350W TDP


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In this frame of reference, the forthcoming Storm Peak series comprises three models, all bearing a 350W Thermal Design Power (TDP). This specific power designation positions them between low-power solutions and high-energy-consuming variants. Speculations lean towards these processors targeting workstation-oriented Pro variants initially, rather than an immediate release for general consumers. Models to note in this series are the 7945WX, 7985WX, and 7995WX. Though exact core counts remain undetermined, early insights suggest possible configurations. The 7945WX might offer 12 cores and 24 threads, the 7985WX potentially spanning 64 cores and 128 threads, and the 7995WX could potentially offer 96 cores and 192 threads.

In essence, despite delays, the forthcoming AMD Threadripper 7000 series is a calculated endeavor to address the evolving HEDT market. Emphasis on power efficiency and the inclusion of the Zen 4 architecture.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7945WX, 7985WX and 7995WX Zen 4 gets 350W TDP (guru3d.com)


Not a part of the market I spend any time in myself, but it's great to see competition.

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On 15/08/2023 at 10:28, UltraMega said:

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7945WX, 7985WX and 7995WX Zen 4 gets 350W TDP (guru3d.com)


Not a part of the market I spend any time in myself, but it's great to see competition.

I wonder if AMD would ever consider MI250(X)/MI300-like "Big APUs" for HEDT?
Nonetheless, I'm pleased to see there's even plans for Zen4 HEDT. I'd assumed HEDT'd been (basically) abandoned.

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