AMD may release Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series processors in August

Since AMD released its first Zen 3 architecture product last year, after more than half a year, it has expanded to the mobile platform and server market. However, on the HEDT platform, since November 2019, AMD has only launched the Zen 2 architecture Ryzen Threadripper Pro processor. Probably because Intel has basically abandoned the product line of the HEDT platform at this stage, and the lack of competitors also makes AMD lack the urgency to update.

AMD “Chagall” details, Source: MoePC

According to VideoCardz reports, AMD will launch a new generation of Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series processors code-named “Chagall” in August. It is expected to be available in September. I believe this will be the perfect platform for high-end PC enthusiasts and professionals. In addition to adopting the Zen 3 architecture, the new processor still supports the current TRX 40 motherboard, providing a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads, and a TDP of up to 280W. Its xGMI speed has been increased from 16 GT/s to 18 GT/s, similar to EPYC 7003 series processors code-named Milan1.

It is understood that Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series processors will also provide 16-core 32-thread models. There are also rumors that the Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series processors are based on the Zen 3+ architecture, but this news has not been confirmed.