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4 Things To Expect From AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000

AMD continues to be quiet about its third-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors for the high-end desktop market, but several reports point to what partners can expect.

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AMD CEO: 'We Love The High-End Desktop Market'

AMD is going all out with its 7-nanometer, Zen 2 processors after the chipmaker launched its third-generation Ryzen consumer desktop and second-generation EPYC server product lines over the summer. Now partners and customers have turned their attention to Ryzen Threadripper, AMD's line of processors for the high-end desktop market.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has been fairly quiet about its follow-up to last year's second-generation Ryzen Threadripper, but one thing is certain: third-generation Threadripper is coming.

"You will see more Threadrippers from us. You will definitely see more," Lisa Su (pictured), AMD's CEO, told reporters at Computex in May following rumors that the product line had been axed. "Look, we love the high-end desktop market. I think we’ll see that, both for content creators as well as workstation needs, Threadripper has done well. And so you will see more from us with Threadripper."

AMD declined to comment beyond what few comments Su has made this year, but thanks to a variety of leaks and reports, it's clear the chipmaker is looking to up its game with the new generation of Threadripper, code-named "Castle Peak."

What follows are four things to expect from the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series, including rumors about specifications, chipsets and release date, as well as what we already know about the architecture.

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