Leak to Ryzen Threadripper 7000: Three models with 350 W and socket SP6 appeared

Leak to Ryzen Threadripper 7000: Three models with 350 W and socket SP6 appeared

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors have been on the market for almost a year now, but we still have to wait for the corresponding HEDT offshoots of the Threadripper series. But now there is a new sign of life: the Twitter user @harukaze5719 was able to locate three Threadripper 7000 processors on a delivery note.

First details about Threadripper 7000

A screenshot he published shows a list of the three processors Ryzen Threadripper 7995WX, Ryzen Threadripper 7985WX and Ryzen Threadripper 7945WX. In addition, the TDP and the socket can be found in the descriptions. Accordingly, all three processors should be allowed to consume 350 W and find space in the SP6 socket. The new models share this with AMD’s Epyc 8004 CPUs from the server area – and they are probably also based on these processors.

Another exciting detail can be seen in the name: All three listed processors lack the “Pro” suffix that was still present on all Threadripper 5000 processors. At the same time, all CPUs have the “W” for workstation in their name, which has always been used in combination with the Pro models. So while there is a glimmer of hope that AMD will release Threadripper 7000 as a consumer edition, it is by no means certain.

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Unfortunately, the delivery note does not contain any further details, such as the number of cores or the clock. Three weeks ago, however, the Ryzen Threadripper 7985WX appeared – at that time a benchmark entry spoke for 64 cores. With the Threadripper 7995WX as the flagship, it could go towards 96 cores. In order to confirm this, you have to wait for further leaks or the release. This has not yet been confirmed by AMD, but earlier rumors speak of a release later this year.

Source: via Videocardz


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