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Old 07-11-19, 02:05 PM
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AMD's New Threadripper Processors Deliver a Staggering Generational Leap - Full Specs

24-cores and 32-cores on a platform that's designed to be scalable.



Read more about AMD's Ryzen 3rd Generation Threadripper CPUs.

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Old 07-11-19, 02:38 PM
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Any one got three grand they can loan me?
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Old 07-11-19, 02:41 PM
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In about 2 months, you'll be able to get smoking deals on previous gen TR, so you won't need 3 grand. I *almost* bought one, but I couldn't find anyone interested in my 3900X CPU / mobo. The previous gen 24 core is on sale right now for less than $1300CDN, ~$500CDN for a board. Still not cheap, but considering what you get, it's almost a steal.
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You can get smoking deals now. The 12 core 1920x is around £250. However, the boards cost the same and then the RAM. So it's more like £700+

That is why I bought an ES for £130, a board for £140 and used my existing RAM. Sure it's a hair slower than the 1920x (about 8% stock) but it cost 1/3 the price.

I don't expect there to be cheap budget TR boards, but it's that and their insistence on using fast RAM that has stopped me jumping in.
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Surprised we didn't talk about the fact that they are the first to quadruple the bandwidth between CPU and chipset. Went from PCI e 3.0x4 to PCIe 4.0 x 8. Allows for so much more devices to be attached and far more flexibility for storage or similar things.
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I'll be testing that bandwidth if I take the plunge. I'm dying to get my hands on a full PCIE 16X NVME raid card, and tossing 4 2TB SSDs into an 8TB RAID0 array. Not that I *need* that, but when has this hobby ever been about NEED, LOL!
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I'll be testing that bandwidth if I take the plunge. I'm dying to get my hands on a full PCIE 16X NVME raid card, and tossing 4 2TB SSDs into an 8TB RAID0 array. Not that I *need* that, but when has this hobby ever been about NEED, LOL!
I have no idea how to even fill 2TB it's surprising how people fill them up so easily
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This pricing doesn't bother me too much, as it's so far above what I need.

But its only a increase of $100 & $200 over last gen MSRP. Anyone remember Intel with the 6950x?!? Increasing the price by $750 over the 5960x MSRP.
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