AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2970WX and 2920X Coming 29th October

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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2970WX - $1299 US Processor
AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 2970WX will have 24 cores and 48 threads for $1299. Intel's 12 Core chip costs $1200, that means you are getting double core count in $100 higher price. It has a 3.0 GHz base speed and 4.0 GHz boost speed.

We will be looking at 64MB of L3 and 12MB of L2 cache that is equivalent to 76MB of total cache size. 2970WX Threadripper has the same number of PCIe lanes and 2990WX along with 250W of TDP that is supported by existing X399 motherboards.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X $649 US Processor
Ryzen Threadripper 2920X the budget variant of series has same core count as its predecessor 1920X. It has 12 cores and 24 threads configuration. It is enhanced by Zen+ cores to provide higher clock speed of 3.5 GHz base and 4.3 GHz boost. Threadripper 2920X will have 180W TDP and comes at $699 that's just $100 more compared to its predecessor.

These products by AMD will launch on 29th of October to deliver new Dynamic Local Mode for "WX" series processor. It will allow apps that prefer local DRAM access to automatically receive apps that have the capability to scale to many cores. AMD also suggest that it will help increase gaming performance up to 47%. The Dynamic Local Mode will be available through Ryzen Master Utility by an update on 29th of October.

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Threadripper 2920X will have 180W TDP and comes at $699 that's just $100 more compared to its predecessor.
1920X was as low as $400 recently, supposedly the new MSRP (until existing stock sells out?), but I haven't seen it reflected in pricing very well.

So a $300 premium for the Zen+, seems a little bit steep, just for a higher clock-speed. If you're a gamer, by all means, pay the premium, but I can't help but wonder if the 1920X in it's original version might be the bargain winner.
 

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1920X was as low as $400 recently, supposedly the new MSRP (until existing stock sells out?), but I haven't seen it reflected in pricing very well.

So a $300 premium for the Zen+, seems a little bit steep, just for a higher clock-speed. If you're a gamer, by all means, pay the premium, but I can't help but wonder if the 1920X in it's original version might be the bargain winner.

I think 2920X will perform well :) However as far as 2970WX is concerned that comes as the quite higher price that will be providing much better performance but in terms of value for money, 2920X will win the award
 
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