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1usmus is the creator of the DRAM Calculator for AMD Ryzen CPUs (his real name is Yuri Bubily) and his post on Overclock.net he said that AMD has removed X399 compatibility from its upcoming third-gen Ryzen Threadripper CPUs. There are lots of changes with the new Threadripper CPUs, which seem to have forced AMD into new chipsets for the new TR processors.

Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/67836...rds/index.html

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While I'm not particularly interested by it, I doesn't seem to have much trouble to find one in stock right now?
https://www.compumsa.eu/article-8904...W_AM4_BOX.html



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AMD will sell the 24 cores for $1499, my guess.
AMD TR3 will stop at 32 cores for $1999

If the TRX80 chipset rumor is true, then the TR4 socket will go up to 64 cores.

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AMD will sell the 24 cores for $1499, my guess.
AMD TR3 will stop at 32 cores for $1999

Intel CL-X will start at 10 and end with 28 cores.
My guess on their msrp
10 cores $599
12 cores $649
14 cores $799
16 cores $999
18 cores $1249
20 cores $1499
22 cores $1649
24 cores $1849
26 cores $1999
28 cores $2299
Intel just announced the clx prices, damn i was right, very close, so was you.

No xcc...yet.
But $969 for 18 cores....amd is dead unless tsmc ramps up their 7nm
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Intel just announced the clx prices, damn i was right, very close, so was you.

No xcc...yet.
But $969 for 18 cores....amd is dead unless tsmc ramps up their 7nm
TSMC cannot keep up. Too bad for AMD, since TR3000 is projected to be a lot faster than last gen.

https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/cascade-lake-x-wont-save-intel-threadripper/

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Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
Intel just announced the clx prices, damn i was right, very close, so was you.

No xcc...yet.
But $969 for 18 cores....amd is dead unless tsmc ramps up their 7nm
if you put the challenge on prices amd is way ahead and will win it on the long run, huge intel monolitich cpus are more expensive than modular amd ones

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Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
Intel just announced the clx prices, damn i was right, very close, so was you.

No xcc...yet.
But $969 for 18 cores....amd is dead unless tsmc ramps up their 7nm
AMD is very far from Dead at those prices and TSMC im pretty sure is working on increasing production.
The desktop 16 core is expected to be priced at around $750 odd, and TR3 wont be hugely different. (If there is a 16core part, I expect around the same price, maybe $800, and a 24 core for around $1000)

Intel is still scrambling. I have said it before and will say it again, 2021-2022 is going to be the years of the CPU wars again.
Its all AMD until then, but by then Intel should have gathered themselves, 10nm should be stable and we will have alot more head to head competition on Price > Performance > TDP

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whoever's selling the most lanes @ the lowest cost gets my money next time

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Ya just forget about power consumption when it's AMD that uses 240 watts LOL
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i'll be sure to turn off 2-3 lights before i fire it up, don't worry. Not sure why people bug about power consumption on these big boy chips.

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