AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X CPU

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core 128-Thread Unlocked 100-100000163WOF

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core 128-Thread Unlocked 100-100000163WOF

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  • A World-Beating 64 Cores And 128 Processing Threads For Visual Effects And Video Editing Professionals.
  • Incredible 4. 3 Ghz Max Boost Frequency, With A Huge 288MB Cache
  • Unlocked, With New Automatic Overclocking Feature
  • Quad-Channel DDR4 And 88 Total Pcie 4. 0 Lanes, The Most Bandwidth And I/O You Can Get On Desktop Processor
  • 280W TDP
  • Cooler Not Included

Specifications Overview

Model 100-100000163WOF
Release Date February 2020

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Series Ryzen Threadripper
Core Name Castle Peak
Socket sTRX4
Integrated Graphics None
CPU Cores 64
CPU Threads 128
CPU Clock Rate 2900 MHz
CPU Turbo Clock Rate 4300 MHz
TDP 280 W
CPU Cooler included
Manufacturing Process 7 nm
Maximum Supported Memory 1 TB
Cache L3 256 MB

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The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X isn’t perfect and it’s meant to appease a specific sub-set of users, obviously. Even still, we must commend AMD for continually and aggressively pushing the envelope since the introduction of its first-gen Ryzen architecture. AMD’s efforts that last few years have re-shaped the enthusiast computing landscape and ...


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AMD is continuing to assert its performance dominance in the HEDT/workstation market by offering a processor that is affordable enough to allow reasonable people working on reasonable projects for reasonable companies with reasonable IT budgets to reach an echelon of performance that simply was not available prior to the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X...

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One needs to move away from the desktop and think of the server space when fully evaluating this unique chip. For businesses whose compute requirement was previously expressed by dual Xeons, with little need for a terabyte of memory, AMD, even at $3,990, offers a real alternative at a fraction of the price. If you can find a genuine use for its ...

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