Originally Posted by D-EJ915
To be honest if you can split your load, you can probably make 2 3rd gen threadripper builds for the same price as a 3175X build.
^^That - and also per other posts above, you might as well wait until TR3 core detail, reviews & pricing info are out. LTT had some fun with a 64c/128t Epyc last week, and he reiterated in the vid (below) that it had two memory domains for its 8-channel (!) RAM. That bodes very well for a TR3 32c/64t with unified memory. Also, it is not clear yet whether TR3 will have a 64c 'workstation' variant (on TRX80 chipset), but in another month or so, the fog should lift...