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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-14-2020, 09:49 AM - Thread Starter
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[AnandTech] AMD Announces Ryzen Threadripper Pro: Workstation Parts for OEMs Only

Source: https://www.anandtech.com/show/15910...-for-oems-only

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Last year we spotted that AMD was in the market to hire a new lead product manager for a ‘workstation division’. This was a categorically different position to the lead PM for high-end desktop, and so we speculated what this actually means. Today, AMD is announcing its first set of workstation products, under the Ryzen Threadripper Pro branding. However, it should be noted that these processors will only be available as part of pre-built systems, and no corresponding consumer motherboards will be made available.

The product stack from AMD has included Ryzen Pro and Ryzen Mobile Pro hardware for a couple of generations – these processors offer ECC-enabled variants along with corporate support on security, manageability, and operating system image consistency. Most of us had assumed that while Ryzen had a Ryzen Pro variant, the most natural variant to Threadripper was AMD’s EPYC processor line of server processors. The server market and the high-end-desktop/workstation market have always sort of overlapped, and up to this point if a user was interested in a workstation-like design, with ECC and software validation, they would look to EPYC.

Ryzen Threadripper Pro hardware will mirror single-socket EPYC in its features: eight memory channels up to DDR4-3200, 128 lanes of PCIe 4.0, support for RDIMMs and LRDIMMs, support for secure memory encryption, support for DASH manageability, and operating system image consistency as part of AMD’s Pro Business Ready programme
Xeon-W competitor, shocking they are limiting them to just OEMs. I'll keep my eye out on my vendors.
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Well if they wont sell them to retailers, can we at least get a release of 12 and 16 core regular threadrippers?

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I love it, this feels like a dig at Intel's old Pentium Pro name. Heh.

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