AMD’s three new CPUs are released this month

According to the exposure, AMD processors will usher in a wave of small climax this month, three series of new products will take turns, respectively: for high-end workstations Raider PRO 5000WX series, for the data center of the Skyline 7003X series (Milan-X), for high-end gamers Raider 7 5800X3D.

The Rex Thread Ripper PRO 5000WX series is expected to be officially released and available on March 8, but like the rest of the PRO series, it is OEM only and will not be available at retail.

The sharp thread ripper PRO 5000WX series based on 7nm process, Zen3 architecture (also said to upgrade 6nm Zen3 + but not yet confirmed), including 5995WX, 5975WX, 5965WX, 5955WX, 5945WX five models, the number of cores were 64, 32, 24, 16, 12, three cache were 256MB, 128MB, 128MB, 64MB, 64MB, base frequency 2.7-4.1GHz, the highest acceleration uniform 4.55GHz, thermal design power consumption uniform 280W.

Support eight channels of DDR4-3200 memory, support PCIe 4.0 bus, package interface is sWRX8, need to match the special TRX80 motherboard

As for the Thread Ripper 5000 series for consumer enthusiasts, it has been cancelled - there is no rival.

The EPYC 7003X series was actually officially announced in November last year, and was officially released to the market on March 21.

Compared to the EPYC 7003 series, it has an additional stack of up to 512MB 3D V-Cache cache, plus a total of up to 768MB of tertiary cache, which officially claims that the line can be improved by up to 66% in the digital logic simulation verification.

Specific models include EPYC 7773X, EPYC 7573X, EPYC 7473X, EPYC 7373X, respectively 64, 32, 24, 16 cores, thermal design power consumption to maintain 280W.

Customers, has won Cisco, Dell, Huizhou with, Lenovo, Supermicro, etc..

We are more familiar with the Rex 7 5800X3D, which will be available on March 14 or March 21, to be determined, with the latter being a bit more likely.

The suffix 3D also represents 3D V-Cache, compared to the Rex 7 5800X additional 64MB cache, plus the original 4MB secondary cache, 32MB tertiary cache, a total of 100MB, claimed to improve game performance by an average of 15%, up to 40%, is expected to benchmark i9-12900K.

It depends on the specific price, of course, will not be cheap, the follow-up has no sharp dragon 5 5600X3D and so on also depends on the market response.

Author: King
Copyright: PCSofter.COM

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