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  • Unannounced AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor with 32 cores lit up in Geekbench test

    For several months now, AMD has been discussing plans to introduce the third generation of Ryzen Threadripper processors, built on the basis of the Zen 2 microarchitecture, which provides for 7-nanometer process technology. The rumors were confirmed by the result of the 32-core chip published in the Geekbench test base as part of the AMD Sharkstooth computer.

    Unannounced AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor with 32 cores lit up in Geekbench test

    The production instance is identified by the number 100-000000011-11, which is typical for AMD 7-nanometer chips. The platform for Ryzen Threadripper in the test was WhiteHavenOC-CP - AMD's traditional choice when testing processors of the HEDT class.

    Zen 3 microarchitecture belongs to the third-level cache: 16 megabytes per 4-core CCX block and a total L3 capacity of 128 megabytes. The engineering sample worked at a clock frequency of 3.6 GHz. As a result, the processor scored 5932 points in single-core testing and 94 772 points when using all 32 cores operating in 64 threads.

    The closest competitor to Ryzen Threadripper was Intel Xeon W-3175X. 28 cores in 56 threads of this processor during acceleration to 5.7 GHz and forced cooling with liquid nitrogen scored 7438 and 84 070 points in the Geekbench test.

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