We are all aware that AMD is preparing to launch a new class of desktop processors, called Threadripper. The company announced that it will launch two versions of this new line, the 1950X and 1920 X, and will be available in early August.
The new Ryzen 3 models have announced that they will launch the 1300X and 1200 versions on June 27.
We will now show the specifications of the new processor models that AMD is preparing to launch:
Threadripper model 1950X contains 16 core and 32 processing paths, the processor’s main speed up to 3.4 GHz and a top speed of 4 GHz.
The Threadripper 1920X model has 12 core and 24 processing paths, its main speed is 3.5 GHz and its maximum speed is 4 GHz.
The Ryzen 3 1300X processor has 4 nuclei and 4 processing tracks, running at 3.5 GHz and a maximum speed of 3.7 GHz.
The Ryzen 3 1200 processor has 4 nuclei and 4 processing tracks, running at a speed of 3.1 GHz and a maximum speed of 3.4 GHz.
Although the company has not released any key information about the main cost of the Ryzen 3 processors, it is expected to cost less than $ 150, while the two new Threadripper versions have announced their main cost as follows: the 1950X version containing 16 kernel at $ 1000 and a 1920X version containing 12 core will come at a cost of $ 800.
The new Ryzen processors support the Zen architecture, which has already proven efficient in various other pre-processors to provide the best image and performance in the presentation of videos and games.