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post #61 of 103 (permalink) Old 10-07-2019, 04:19 PM
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...even a 32C TR3 w/ a single memory domain will be nice (entirely possible since Epyc 64 - 002 core has two memory domains, according to some of the reviews I have seen).

But then, why stop (dreaming_$$$) there...dual Epyc 64c for 128 cores, 256 threads and 8 channel RAM would be nifty

I would love it, just can't have those server chips running at only 2 ghz or so, need 4.3+ lol

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AMD's upcoming TRX40 motherboards which will house the Threadripper 3000 platform may not be backwards compatible with older Threadripper Gen 1 and Gen 2 processors and vice versa.

https://wccftech.com/rumor-amds-thre...ble-after-all/

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Adding another rumor to my non-rumor news article, this time from videocardz:

Availability November 19, 2019:
3960X - 24 cores
3970X - 32 cores
3980X - 48 cores
Availability January 2020
3990X - 64 cores

https://videocardz.com/82293/exclusi...h-dates-leaked

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post #64 of 103 (permalink) Old 10-18-2019, 12:35 PM
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I thought 3990X was gonna top at 48 cores which I'll be disappointed if true. Anyway looking forward to 8 channel memory motherboards if rumors hold true about chipset variants for nextgen TR4.

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Anyway looking forward to 8 channel memory motherboards if rumors hold true about chipset variants for nextgen TR4.
Probably that is why TR40 is not backward compatible with TR Gen 1 and 2?


But damn that 8 channel DDR, 3990X is gonna cost $2999, still look way more worth it than Titan V.

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Probably that is why TR40 is not backward compatible with TR Gen 1 and 2?


But damn that 8 channel DDR, 3990X is gonna cost $2999, still look way more worth it than Titan V.

And it can run Crysis... in software mode (well, sort of, 720p, Low, but from the video it seems that the software being used to make it possible still needs a lot of optimization, say being able to fine tune and leave 2 or 4 cores for CPU tasks and 62 / 60 cores for graphics rendering):




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Adding another rumor to my non-rumor news article, this time from videocardz:

Availability November 19, 2019:
3960X - 24 cores
3970X - 32 cores
3980X - 48 cores
Availability January 2020
3990X - 64 cores

https://videocardz.com/82293/exclusi...h-dates-leaked

Assuming the 24 core starts at $1000+, AMD and Intel will be going after different price/performance in the HEDT space.
Only problem is Intel used 3960X and 3970X names already. But either way, I like the 48 and 64 core parts. Do I go with the 48 core now or wait for the 64 core later? :O

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Adding another rumor to my non-rumor news article, this time from videocardz:

Availability November 19, 2019:
3960X - 24 cores
3970X - 32 cores
3980X - 48 cores
Availability January 2020
3990X - 64 cores

https://videocardz.com/82293/exclusi...h-dates-leaked

Assuming the 24 core starts at $1000+, AMD and Intel will be going after different price/performance in the HEDT space.
Only problem is Intel used 3960X and 3970X names already. But either way, I like the 48 and 64 core parts. Do I go with the 48 core now or wait for the 64 core later? :O
What are you working with when you want that many cores?

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What are you working with when you want that many cores?

My threadripper is dedicated to rendering, main storage and [email protected] when there is no rendering 🙂
I need it to run 7-8 virtual machines simultaneously while gaming and rendering video, 7980XE is always at 100%

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What are you working with when you want that many cores?

My threadripper is dedicated to rendering, main storage and [email protected] when there is no rendering 🙂
I need it to run 7-8 virtual machines simultaneously while gaming and rendering video, 7980XE is always at 100% [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Nice try 😛

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