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The Threadripper processor family is not going anywhere

Although 2019 launch plans were rejected - on Show that the HEDT series of home processors will still make its comeback

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The jump in the number of cores in the Ryzen 3000 family to change official road maps has led to rumors that the Threadripper May disappear from view, after only a few generations - but the CEO of the company decides to calm those concerned now.

Today we already know that the new EPYC family of processors Exclude up to 64 cores based on eight Chiplet units built with 8 cores 2 in each, while models 3000 will contain up to 16 cores based on a pair of such Chiplet units - so the central question about the generation of Next is whether it will maintain maximum number of 32 processing cores as it has been so far, jumping and multiplying to 64 cores as servers or perhaps a new intermediate point of 48 processing cores based on 6 Chiplet units (eg).

The roadmap may have changed slightly since the beginning of the year - but the love for the home and professional market remains in place, we are assured

There is no dispute that - There is and will be the technical capability to provide unprecedented 64 processors to the home HEDT world, but it is not certain that this will be commercially viable, at least at this point where support for 16 processing units, 24 processing units and 32 processing units is still in its infancy. Understandable. There will be - we are very pleased to find that Does not plan to give up any category or any market share in the framework of the renewed and impressive momentum it has experienced.

It was not easy to justify the launch of the 32 core processor last year - but in the year 2020 we may already be able to purchase 64 core models, just like the world of servers

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