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|Release Date||August 2018||-|
|TDP||250 Watts||91 Watts|
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|Suggested PC builds||
|Series||Ryzen Threadripper||Core i5 7th Gen|
|Core Name||-||Kaby Lake|
|Integrated Graphics||No||Intel HD Graphics 630|
|CPU Clock Rate||3000MHz||3800MHz|
|CPU Turbo Clock Rate||4200MHz||4200MHz|
|CPU Cooler included||No||No|
|Manufacturing Process||12 nm||14 nm|
|Maximum Supported Memory||1TB||64GB|
"Who really needs 32 cores? The answer is fairly limited, but the perspective that AMD offers is that the new Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX is quite a bit less expensive than Intel's current (though dated) flagship, the 18-core Core i9-7980XE, and handily..."
"Intel's best i5 chip costs a little less and can be a bit faster for single-core applications and (even more for) some games, when software is optimised for Ryzen, AMD wins by a very long..."