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jpiniero

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Don't think this is new news, but seems the Threadripper has been delayed until November.
 

DrMrLordX

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Don't think this is new news, but seems the Threadripper has been delayed until November.
That kind of stinks. Wonder why?
 

LightningZ71

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I think that Threadripper has been their lowest priority project of their four major families (server, hedt, desktop, APU) because it takes volume away from their most lucrative server parts. Given how capacity constrained the industry has been, I can see where they might have to prioritize server volume over HEDT/workstations.
 

lightmanek

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I think that Threadripper has been their lowest priority project of their four major families (server, hedt, desktop, APU) because it takes volume away from their most lucrative server parts. Given how capacity constrained the industry has been, I can see where they might have to prioritize server volume over HEDT/workstations.
I hope it's because of V-Cache launch SKU ...
 

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