AMD has completely turned Ryzen Threadripper into the workstation market. The Ryzen Threadripper 5000
series only has WX suffix products. The next-generation Ryzen Threadripper 7000 processor will be based on the just-released EPYC Genoa, with up to 96 cores and 192 threads.
has found two engineering samples of Ryzen Threadripper 7000 processors in Einstein@Home’s database. The code name of the new generation of Ryzen Threadripper is Storm Peak. The OPN codes of these two engineering samples are 100-000000884-21_N and 100-000000884-20_Y respectively. The specifications of the two processors are the same. There are 12 Zen 4 CCDs inside, 96 cores, 192 threads, 96MB of L2 cache, and 384MB of L3 cache, adding up to a total of 480MB.
These two processors are paired with 128GB DDR5 memory and AMD Radeon PRO graphics cards, which indirectly proves that these two are workstation processors. In fact, the Ryzen Threadripper 7000 processor is basically not much different from EPYC Genoa. They both use the same IOD and CCD. In addition to the highest-end 12-CCD version, there are also 8 and 4-CCD versions. However, some of the features in the server market are disabled for these products for the consumer market, such as the inability to form a dual-socket system. The new Storm Peak will replace the existing Chagall product line, targeting professional high-end workstation users.