AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO lineup Leaks in Full

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    You can leave it up to Videocardz to dig up the nitty-gritty, Veni Vidi Vici, Meet the Threadripper PRO lineup. it seems that AMD is expanding the default threadripper line towards a PRO series, in a ...

    AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO lineup Leaks in Full
     
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    nizzen Maha Guru

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    Nice! Finally it's time to upgrade my good old Threadripper 1950x in my main server/F@H box :D
     
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  3. Kaarme

    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    You gotta first wait to see the motherboard selection, in order to pick your choice.
     
  4. DeskStar

    DeskStar Master Guru

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    Bad Ass.... I won't be needing an upgrade for some time, but I might get my hands on Gigabytes finer offerings for this Pro lineup.

    Always seems to be the main factor in building late into a life cycle of a particular set of hardware. The motherboard of your choice (especially higher end) have all been bought up. Only to be placed on sale for a disturbing mark up altogether.

    I like to buy even if it is for a "just in case" kind of time. Served me well on my Aorus Xtreme tRX40 board purchase at the time.
     

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    DeskStar Master Guru

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    Hopefully Gigabyte is on fire this go'round once again.
     
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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    At this point, the only reason I could see going for Epyc is dual-socket motherboards.
     
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    nizzen Maha Guru

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    I' using Asrock x399 pro now with 10GB lan. Biossupport has been pretty good, so memory oc has been good. 3600c14 for benchmarks, 3600c16 for 24/7 is good for gen 1 zen :)
     
  8. wavetrex

    wavetrex Maha Guru

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    So these are basically EPYCs with overclocking enabled.

    Tbh I doubt they will be cheaper than actual EPYCs for 1p server.
     
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    nevcairiel Master Guru

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    I heard Overclocking is actually not enabled on these. And they are limited to 1 DIMM per Channel, so EPYC still has some use if you want more memory.
     
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    Quite the performance upgrade
     

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    I want a 24 core Pro, gasp I hope there will be such a thing.
     
  12. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Memory limit on the Threadripper is another reason. These will likely top out at 256GB as well.
     
  13. reix2x

    reix2x Master Guru

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    the leak says 2TB of max memory.

    if the leak is right, having a max memory capacity of 2TB probably it will have 2 or 4 dimms per channel (you can top it out at 2TB with 16*128GB server dimms (i havent found 256GB modules)).
     
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    There is exactly written 12/16/32/64

    I'm curious around the price of the 16 cores and if 8 channel make a difference in desktop performances.
     
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  16. I_Eat_You_Alive

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    I maybe in for a 12 or 16 core (maybe more depending on the scaling of the prices) if they can run @3600 reliably in 8 channel mode w/ 128gb ECC (256gb is overkill for my application). My current threadripper is nearing its EOL; it will not run 128gb stable @3200 (did when it was new) but is fine with 64gb @3200. I am personally finding MSI a bit lacking with their products lately; the voltage regulators for the ram slots weaken after 6 months and they will not RMA the board anymore (on my fourth one now). Piss poor board design. I am still running overclocked boards and stock ones by other brands that are as stable today as they were put in to production 6 - 10 years ago (both desktop and server). If Asus puts out a decent board that is not laughably expensive I may bite and upgrade. Will have to watch this over the next 6 months or so.
     
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    this supposed(rumored) to go with sTRX80 chipset right ?
    wonder why there no leak/rumor related to chipset

    also interesting with the pricing, as afaik the EPYC pricing not that much higher compared to TR
    so i am guessing this will be similar case ?
     

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