You can now buy AMD's Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPUs on their own
AMD's Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPUs are now available on their own, but they'll cost you.
What you need to know
- AMD's Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPUs are now available as standalone products.
- Previously, the CPUs were only available within workstations.
- The CPUs are built for workstations and to handle demanding professional workloads.
AMD's Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPUs are now available for purchase as standalone products. Before today, there were some workstations with the processors inside, like the Lenovo ThinkStation P620, but you can now buy the CPUs on their own to place in any system that you'd like.
The Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3995WX, 3975WX, and 3955WX are incredibly powerful processors built for workstations and professional use. The CPUs have up to 64 cores, eight channels of memory, and 128 PCIe Gen 4 lanes. They also have AMD PRO Security technologies, including AMD Secure Processor and AMD Memory Guard.
|Cores / Threads||64/128||32/64||16/32|
|Boost / Base Frequency (GHz)||Up to 4.2 / 2.7||Up to 4.2 / 3.5||Up to 4.3 / 3.9|
|Total Cache (MB)||288||144||72|
|PCIe 4.0 lanes||128||128||128|
To get incredibly powerful processors, you'll have to pay incredibly high prices. These will be some of the best AMD CPUs that you can buy, so high prices are to be expected. The recommended price for the Threadripper Pro 3995WX is $5,489. The Threadripper Pro 3975WX ($2,749) and Threadripper Pro 3955WX ($1,149) aren't cheap either.
If you're used to looking at the best CPU for your custom build, the prices for the Threadripper Pro CPUs will seem high. But the Threadripper Pro processors are built for professional use. In professional industries, it's normal to pay thousands of dollars for a CPU.
Now available on their own
These incredibly powerful processors are built to handle demanding professional workloads. They're built for workstations and are now available as standalone products.
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