A recent leak has revealed the specifications of AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000.
Igor’sLAB has leaked OPN codes along with their corresponding specs by publishing a spec sheet of AMD’s upcoming workstation CPUs.
The spec sheet features a series of five new SKUs codenamed Chagall, which has been based on Zen3 architecture for the sWRX8 socket.
The list confirms that CPUs will feature cores from as low as 12 to as high as 64. Other features of these processors include a TDP of 280W, and a P0 power range of 170W-260W. Every SKU has maximum clock speeds varying from 2700 MHz to 4100 MHz for the ‘base’ clock with a maximum boost clock up to 4550 MHz for each of those CPUs.
The flagship Threadripper PRO 5995WX will feature 64 cores along with as many as 128 threads. With support for up to 8-channel DDR4-3200 memory, it will also provide 128 lane support to PCIe Gen4 standard. When compared to 3995WX, L3 cache size remains at 256MB, while a change in maximum boost clock can be seen which goes from 4.2 GHz to 4.55GHz.
The expected launch month of Threadriipper PRO 5000 is March 2022. The announcement will, however, be made on the 4th of January at CES. AMD has also confirmed that it will reveal its next-gen high-performance computing solutions.