Today, AMD will officially begin to provide Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors in the retail market, effectively ending its exclusive agreement with Lenovo on the product line.
At the launch of the Threadripper Pro platform, AMD advertised four different models ranging from 12-core to 64-core, built on its Zen 2 architecture, echoing the Threadripper 3000 series of hardware.
The first batch of Ryzen Threadripper PRO has three models, namely Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3995WX, Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3975WX, and Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3955WX. As for the price that everyone cares about, specifically:
The price of the 64-core model is US$5490 (approximately RMB 35,500), the 32-core model is US$2750 (approximately RMB 17,700), and the 16-core model is US$1150 (approximately RMB 7,440).
It should be noted that these prices are as much as 40% higher than the equivalent Threadripper processors. Previous benchmark tests have shown that the gap between 64-core products is actually around 3% on average. The premium is due to the additional professional features brought by Threadripper Pro.
There will be three motherboards listed on the market: Supermicro M12SWA-TF, Gigabyte WRX80-SU8-IPMI, ASUS Pro WS WRX80E-SAGE SE WiFi. The price of these motherboards is currently unknown.