AMD’s Zen processor microarchitecture is targeted for deployment across the company’s entire processor product stack, from desktop with Ryzen and Threadripper, to the data center with EPYC, and finally in laptops and convertibles with Ryzen Mobile. Ryzen is set to yet again take on Intel’s dominant position in the...
AMD has had a banner year thanks to the launch of the many incarnations of its Zen processor architecture (Ryzen, Ryzen Threadripper, EPYC), as well as its Vega graphics cards (Radeon RX Vega 56, Radeon RX Vega 64). Now, however, the company is set to launch the combination of those standout architectures in a single die linked together with...
The final piece of AMD’s return to high-performance computing is in laptops. While Ryzen, Threadripper, and EPYC have used the 8-core Zeppelin building block for their products, the laptop side of the equation will combine the new high-performance Zen core with the latest Vega graphics in a single piece of silicon. Show More Summary
Ryzen Threadripper 1900X brings eight cores and 16 threads to AMD's high-end desktop platform. But can it stand out from the popular Ryzen 7 1800X?
A week later than originally planned, AMD is launching NVMe RAID support for their Ryzen Threadripper platform. Grab the Windows 10 drivers and release notes here. This updated RAID capability should work with any X399/Threadripper motherboard...Show More Summary
With both AMD Ryzen and Threadripper platforms continuing to mature, we’ve seen an increase in the two platform’s ability to handle higher capacity and faster RAM and be stable. It is more common today to reach 3200MHz than it was upon release due in part to better BIOS from board partners and memory testing. Show More Summary
Following the recent launch of its DDR4-4600MHz kit for Intel’s X299 HEDT platform, G.Skill has announced new Trident Z RGB kits for AMD’s Ryzen and Threadripper platforms.
We put AMD’s gaming performance to the test, using synthetic benchmarks like VRMark and 3DMark as well as real-world gaming tests.
AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper 1900X offers eight cores and higher clock speeds, but can it keep up with Intel's Core i7-7820X? That's less clear. The post AMD Launches 8-Core Ryzen Threadripper 1900X CPU appeared first on ExtremeTech...
AMD has released the Ryzen Threadripper 1900X, a "budget" way for gamers to get an absurdly powerful 8-core processor without spending over $1,000 on a flagship model. It's a big day for AMD, which has been struggling to compete with...Show More Summary
Following the launch of Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and Ryzen Threadripper 1920X high-end desktop processors, AMD today announced the availability of its cheapest Ryzen Threadripper processor. The new AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X has 8 cores and 16 threads, 20MB of L2+L3 cache and a higher base clock at 3.8GHz. Show More Summary
AMD is filling out its high-end Ryzen Threadripper lineup today with the launch of the slightly more budget-minded 1900X. AMD first began rolling out its high-end Threadripper lineup of processors earlier this summer with a duo of monster chips, the 1950X and 1920X, sporting up to 16 cores with large price tags to match....
Back when AMD announced their leading-edge Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X, the company also tucked in an announcement that there would be a third, cheaper Threadripper: the 1900X. Now after about a month’s wait since the first two...Show More Summary
Hot on the heels of AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X launch, the company shared more information about its Threadripper 1900X model, which is available for purchase today. The company also announced support for bootable NVMe RAID arrays.
Threadripper 1920X sports 12 fed by 38MB of cache, quad-channel memory, and 64 PCIe lanes - all for $800, compared to Intel’s $1000 Core i9-7900X.
This year has been enjoyably eventful for processor releases. Intel launched their 7 th Generation processors, Kaby Lake, in January. Then we had AMD release their new high-performance microarchitecture in Ryzen, EPYC and Threadripper. Show More Summary
For the launch of AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper processors, one of the features being advertised was Game Mode. This was a special profile under the updated Ryzen Master software that was designed to give the Threadripper CPU more performance in gaming, at the expense of peak performance in hard CPU tasks. Show More Summary
Intel Core i7 7800X, 7820X, Core i9 7900X, AMD Ryzen 3 and Threadripper CPUs are here! Learn about them here!
Arctic has announced a special version of its popular Freezer 33-series cooler, this time designed specifically for AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper microprocessor. The cooler is not only physically compatible with the Socket TR4 mounting mechanism,...Show More Summary
AMD has unleashed it’s most ambitious line up of processors yet - the Ryzen Threadripper family. Two variants, the 1920X and the 1950X processors will be offered in our brand new WS-1160A professional workstation from the 10th of August 2017. Show More Summary