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AMD's next-gen Threadripper WX lineup, the all-new Ryzen Threadripper 5000 WX series is here, headlined by the 64 core/128 thread 5995WX. Like desktops, these too are powered by Zen 3.
Data from the last two years on AMD and Intel Ryzen, Core, Threadripper, and Xeon CPUs shows that the processors generally from the Team Blue were more reliable than its rival Red team ones.
AMD has introduced the latest generation of Ryzen Threadripper processors, coming in both 24- and 32-core flavors. The CPUs promise to be the most powerful in the market and are coming on November 25.
It has been made official that AMD's third-generation Ryzen Threadripper CPUs are launching this November. A new report reveals the potential dates for the reveal of specs, reviews, and more.
AMD has announced that its next generation of Threadripper processors will be landing in November. The upcoming release of the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X CPU has also been pushed back to the same month.
AMD's second-generation Ryzen Threadripper CPUs have been officially named, priced, and are set for launch. The 2990WX, the flagship product of the new lineup, will launch on August 13th.
Just over a week after alleged Threadripper 2990X benchmark results found their way online, pricing for AMD's monster desktop processor may have been accidentally leaked by a German electronics store.
AMD has announced a new giveaway contest in which the winners will receive a Threadripper processor to replace Intel's recently announced Core i7-8086K, which the latter company offered to some fans.
The second-generation Threadripper chip will run on AMD's 12nm Zen+ architecture and handle 64 threads at a time while still fitting in the same socket size as the original version.
At CES 2018, AMD announced that the recommended retail prices of the Ryzen processor range, including one Threadripper model, have been slashed ahead of its second-generation Ryzen launch.
Having been called out as a feature gap by enthusiasts, AMD has now introduced beta support for super-fast, bootable NVMe RAID arrays for the X399 boards supporting Threadripper CPUs.
After decades trailing Intel in the sales department, especially in Germany in this case, AMD has made a triumphant return, outpacing the sales of its largest rival by a significant margin.
If you just purchased a new AMD-powered desktop PC from several OEM's, you might be eligible for several free games thanks to a new initiative by AMD and Square Enix that was announced today.
The most powerful Radeon graphics cards have officially been revealed by AMD and will come with several options, including air or liquid-cooling and start at a surprisingly low $399 at entry-level.
AMD not only revealed the date that the new Ryzen Threadripper chips would be available, but also announced a surprise entry level 1900X chip that will cost $549 and is available from August 31.
The CEO of AMD has given us a look at the retail packaging for its upcoming AMD Threadripper processor, and it almost makes you want to buy one just so you can exhibit it in your living room.
Intel has quietly updated their pricing and specification sheets, and something seems to be amiss, as the more expensive processor in the range features slower clock speeds relative to the rest.
New sources revealed that the upcoming AMD Threadripper processor line that will launch next month will ship with liquid cooling instead of the usual air cooling one would usually see.
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AMD is heating up the high-end market after it announced the official pricing and specifications of its new Threadripper platform and took the fight to Intel with extremely competitive prices.
At its Financial Analyst Day presentation, AMD revealed a new line of 'Threadripper' CPUs which are aimed at conquering the high-end desktop market and supporting up to 16 cores and 32 threads.