They filter data on the new processors Ryzen 9 AMD

Anti-what? leaks series Core i9 Intel suggest that the Santa Clara giant plans to respond with fury to the advancement of Ryzen basically throwing more cores on your desktop, but nothing prevents to AMD do the same. That said, already appeared the first data about Ryzen 9 a special series of high performance based on socket SP3r2 derived from Naples processors for servers. In its maximum configuration, the 9 Ryzen offer 16 cores and 32 processing threads, destroying all multi-threading benchmark on their way…

I said it yesterday: there is a race of nuclei in the horizon . The decision to participate in it is logical if we consider that the benefits of miniaturization are becoming smaller. Intel had the technology since the beginning, but it took the presence of Ryzen in the market to processors from their slumber. Control rumors threw the novelty of the series Core i9 in all directions. Of course, we must wait for official confirmation, however, something tells us that things are not so quiet in the corridors of Santa Clara. The best part is that AMD also broke into a sleep. Ryzen platform generally only can move forward, and the next box has a name: Ryzen 9 .

Yes, supposedly there will be a new socket for the 9 Ryzen

the first details began to circulate last week, suggesting the existence of a new platform known as Whitehaven. The technical differences are very important (44 líneas PCI Express, quad-channel DDR4) to such a point that AMD will use another socket, the SP3r2 based on the SP3 which will be destined for servers. Although it is a little frustrating to receive information on a new socket when the AM4 has just fired their first ammunition, is exactly the same strategy that Intel will apply Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X using its LGA 2066. Full list of processors revealed is the following:

  • Ryzen 9 1955: 3.1 / 3.7 GHz, 125W, 10 c/20T
  • Ryzen 9 1955 X: 3.6 / 4.0 GHz, 125W, 10 c/20T
  • Ryzen 9 1956: 3.0 / 3.7 GHz, 125W, 12 c/24T
  • Ryzen 9 1956 X: 3.2 / 3.8 GHz, 125W, 12 c/24T
  • Ryzen 9 1976 X : 3.6 / 4.1 GHz, 140W, 14 c/28T
  • Ryzen 9 1977: 3.2 / 3.7 GHz, 140W, 14 c/28T
  • Ryzen 9 1977 X: 3.5 / 4.0 GHz, 14 c/28T, 155W
  • Ryzen 9 1998: 3.2 / 3.6 GHz, 16 c/32T, 155W
  • Ryzen 9 1998 X: 3.5 / 3.9 GHz, 16 c/32T, 155W

with similar values of TDP , is not absurd that the Turbo mode of Ryzen 9 never exceeded the 4.1 GHz. However, all of this must be accompanied with a pinch of salt. Ryzen 7 leaks were not so far away from the actual data, but at the end of the day, there were some differences. We are at the beginning of a new era in the high range, and it will surely oblige to offer very competitive prices for the rest of the processors.

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