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AMD Threadripper 7000 will join CPU-Z in the second half of 2023

AMD Threadripper 7000 will join CPU-Z in the second half of 2023

It was expected news, and although the official date is not known, everything indicates that during the year 2023 the new versions of AMD Threadripper 7000 “Storm Peak” It will be available on PC monitoring software, CPU-Z. The new set of CPUs in the software has been recently updated to ensure they are efficient to support the new models.

However, it is unknown if a desktop version of Threadripper will be released in addition to workstation CPUs. Threadripper Pro Which was already expected. So far, in these four years, AMD hasn’t released a high-end desktop version with its series. Threadripper 3000as happened with the 3960X and 3970X outages in the market in 2019.

The CPU-Z tool is widely used on computers, as it allows you to identify the hardware components of your computer. When receiving new models of Threadripper 7000 support in this tool Unprecedented progress has been made.

Threadripper 7000 improvements

highlight a An increase in the consumer price index which can be as high as 10%, a An increase in the maximum working frequenciestranslating into an improvement in performance with tasks that saturate the CPU more than 50%, a level at which turbo mode remains quite high and DDR5 memory supportas well PCIe Gen5 standard compatibility.

Threadripper 7000s are expected to be equipped with Up to 96 cores and 192 threadsthe same amount that can be seen in processors EPYC Genoa more powerful. Regarding the maximum frequency, it is expected to arrive 5 GHz.

Threadripper ‘Storm Peak’ expected to be Mass update Regarding the Threadripper 5000 thanks to integrating Zen cores 4that will support the memories DDR5 This will require a new socket TR5. it is expected that Non-professional models You have support for four DDR5 channels and up to 64 lanes, instead Pro models They will have support for eight channels of DDR5 memory and 128 PCIe 5.0 lanes

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CPU-Z 2.06 is the latest updated version of the tool that serves as support for the new processor series, but also includes important new features and support such as Intel Xeon Sapphire Rapids. Similarly, it can be highlighted AMD Radeon RX 7600 (Navi 33XL)And Initial support for the AMD Storm Peak platform And Zhaoxin KX-6000G/4 CPUamong other improvements.

AMD’s evolution in efficiency

The company has boosted its performance with better desktop processors, such as Ryzen 9 7950Xwhich is presented as one of the most powerful CPUs and even outperforms AMD 3960X In multi-threaded tests such as Cinebench R23 reaching 38,000 points, though it only has 16 cores compared to the 24 cores the Threadripper CPU boasts.

Threadripper CPUs like the 3970X have more cores and outperform AMD’s main line of Ryzen processors, which means they can offer performance improvements over the previous generation. Thanks to the Zen 4 desktop architecture. By having 24 or 32 Zen 4 cores, it could be located above Ryzen CPUs AMD and does not affect sales Ryzen 9 7950X. It would be an average term, since the models AM5 socket It will be less and models Threadripper Pro More expensive.

AMD intends to commit to increasing multithreading performance over the next year, with Intel outperforming it Core i9-13900K and 13900K. in different applications.

In this way, AMD will integrate all these improvements into its new Socket AM5 platform, just like Intel Meteor Lake CPUs next generation. All of this should reduce the gap between current models from AMD and Intel and encourage the installation of the Threadripper family of desktops. So, it appears that there are no benefits to the Threadripper 7000 desktop platform, except Bandwidth for more memory channels and PCIe lanes.

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