2019 Will mark a special year for AMD, it will be recorded in the history books as the first year in which AMD caught up with and surpassed the competition in x86-64 desktop processors.
AMD today announced the long awaited second generation of the company’s Threadripper high-end desktop platform processors.
Chinese hardware site HKEPC had an exclusive look at AMD’s latest Threadripper 2990X which was announced at Computex two weeks ago. Specifications, speed and benchmarks are revealed.
On the 2018 edition of the Computex trade show in Taipei, AMD revealed the successor to the Ryzen Threadripper line of processors, bumping the second generation to 32 cores.
On AMD’s roadmap, the Threadripper 12 nm Zen+ refresh was always scheduled for the third quarter of 2018. In the recent Ryzen Pro announcements it became clear that AMD is still on track on delivering the successor to AMD’s high-end desktop segment processor line up. Q3 Release Whisper in knowledgable circles is that AMD’s top […]