- AMD "Zen3 Chagall" 32-core Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX shows up on Geekbench - VideoCardz.com
Q4 2021/Q1 2022 is rather late for something without V cacheID: hhkl98q
When the only HEDT competition is Cascade Lake X, well, it's easy to get complacent.ID: hhkytku
If Intel was smart, they'd spec up a new 'Light-HEDT' with Alder Lake + 'Z699' (Z690 + a motherboard spec requirement, similar to how X570S is just X570 with a requirement for no active cooling) with the added requirement being an ~80 lane gen5 pcie switch which allows for splitting the 16x gen5 lanes into 64x gen3 lanes (or 32x no contention gen4 lanes, or even 64x gen4 lanes with 1:2 contention)ID: hhl12we
The time gap between this and Sapphire rapids X should be smaller than between this and Zen 4 HEDTID: hhlb402
Zen 3 based EPYC Milan has been available for quite some time. Let's just hope they could/would release the next one a little bit sooner.ID: hhn87ej
Don't think Genoa is coming before at least another full four quarters.
Great. Waiting for the non pro flavor excitedlyID: hhlve4v
Sixteen core and trx40 compatibility would be nice too. 🙂ID: hhm743b
Yeah I don’t need a shitload of cores just high frequency and more PCIE lanes than the piddly 20
Have not seen any leaks for a Zen 3 non Pro Threadripper though. Where are they?ID: hhlfb1d
Its possible they just wont bother releasing non-pro TR in the future. There isn't any real cost difference to AMD.ID: hhm3lrk
See that would be like a slap in the face. One generation on trx40? X399 at least got 2. I fear you may be right thoughID: hhnak64
Cost difference to users though? More expensive motherboard and 8-channel (can Pros do quad channel?).
Numbers looking what would be expected for ZEN 3. Seems legit.
Cho'gall would have been a cooler name imho