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AMD Threadripper Will Be The Beast Of Computers With 16-cores & 32-threads

May 17, 2017 11:27 AM EDT


 AMD has already flaunted some incredible things from the beginning of this year.  The company has now some more big thrillers to be revealed soon. Already, AMD Ryzen 7 is making rounds among tech fans. The next item which has been said to rip away all the earlier definitions of CPU is known as AMD Ryzen Threadripper. The recent reports suggest that the first ever consumer focused chipset will boast an unbelievable combination of 16 Cores and 32 Threads.

According to The Tech Report, the magnetic chipset would be built as a desktop CPU. Experts and tech analysts hint that this spectacular thing will be AMD's answer to Intel's next Skylake chipsets. The long awaited and high-end chipset is supposed to be lined up by Intel as Core i9 processing unit. The chipset is expected to be unveiled at the Computex show later. But what came as a big surprise, AMD Ryzen Threadripper, which was earlier thought to be uncovered by a similar timeline, saw a pre-set revelation at AMD's financial analyst day.

PCWorld pointed that AMD's executive Jim Anderson announced and spread some lights on the specs of the revolutionary high-end chipset. While AMD Ryzen Threadripper will convey multithreading with 16 cores and 32 Threads, Intel's next Core i9 Skylake will supposedly boast 12 cores with multithreading capacity. The threads that are expected to be shown off on Intel's next desktop chipset is still a mystery.

Also, there is another speculation which seems to place AMD at higher stake than Intel. As the company's latest strategy focuses on consumer requirements, AMD is expected to index Threadripper at a lesser price than Intel's upcoming stunner. All and all, AMD's is said to raise its high-rise peak in the world of CPUs with its next masterpiece. AMD said that Threadripper will be released in summer 2017.

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