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[Tom's Hardware] AMD Drops Third-Gen Threadripper From Latest Roadmap

Source: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/am...map,39254.html

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Ryzen 3000 has been one of AMD's most anticipated products. AMD's new chips are expected to launch by the third quarter of the year, or perhaps late in the second quarter (around Computex). But we aren't certain about the release for the high end desktop Threadripper processors because AMD has removed these CPUs from its roadmap that it shared during the company's Q1 earnings report. Where Ryzen 3000 and Threadripper 3000 previously stood alongside each other, there is now only Ryzen 3000 with the statement "mid-year."
I doubt it but it could be that 7nm ThreadRipper is too expensive for consumers just like a full Vega 20.
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I wouldn't read into it too much.


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Between the R9 core count and Server markets demands probably wouldnt have enough chips left to make decent TRs with out losing out on the server market or having a chip which isnt much better then the R9.
Sort of feels like they will wait to see what Intel has in the HEDT since they just announced it will be another refresh of the refresh.


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IT probably just means they aren't sure if they want to release it in 2019, they might push it into next year. It wouldn't surprise me if they are delaying it to get USB4.0.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Source: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/am...map,39254.html



I doubt it but it could be that 7nm ThreadRipper is too expensive for consumers just like a full Vega 20.

All this means is there is no more need for the name Threadripper. 16core Ryzen processors inc.

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Well, 16 cores on mainstream and pci 4 basically doubling 3's lane count makes for a pretty good HEDT coffin. Hopefully it isn't true since HEDT platforms tend to last longer than the mainstream ones. It's most likely what bmgjet said. Demand is likely high for the epyc chips, navi is likely taking up some space in the fabs, and 7nm yields might not be as good as 12/14nm. I don't think HEDT is dead, it's just that Intel is behind schedule, and AMD is prioritizing what will grab the most marketshare. HEDT is likely on the bottom of that list.

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Personally, I do not think any more than 32 cores is feasible for power consumption. The next step would be 44 cores if they stayed true to their line up, with 64 cores on the flagship. Just my opinion, I could be totally off with this idea.

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Quote: Originally Posted by airisom2 View Post
Well, 16 cores on mainstream and pci 4 basically doubling 3's lane count makes for a pretty good HEDT coffin. Hopefully it isn't true since HEDT platforms tend to last longer than the mainstream ones. It's most likely what bmgjet said. Demand is likely high for the epyc chips, navi is likely taking up some space in the fabs, and 7nm yields might not be as good as 12/14nm. I don't think HEDT is dead, it's just that Intel is behind schedule, and AMD is prioritizing what will grab the most marketshare. HEDT is likely on the bottom of that list.
PCIE 4.0 won't really help with the lack of PCIE 3.0 lanes.

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PCIE 4.0 won't really help with the lack of PCIE 3.0 lanes.
It does if you multiplex 4.0 into 3.0 lanes. It's up to the motherboard manufacturers essentially.. but on desktop PCIe requirements aren't generally very high so we'll see.
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