The top-end Threadripper Pro 3995WX feature 64 cores / 128 threads, and operates on a base frequency of 2.7GHz with a boost speed of 4.2GHz. It also comes with 256MB of L3 cache and supports a massive 128 PCIe Gen 4 lanes, Eight-Channel DDR4-3200 memory … all for a cool USD $5,489
Taken from Tom’s Hardware … AMD announced today that the Threadripper Pro desktop processors, which top out with 64 cores and 128 threads with the Threadripper Pro 3995WX, are now available for purchase worldwide. These chips were previously exclusively available in Lenovo’s ThinkStation P620 workstation that we recently reviewed, but the chips and the accompanying WRX80 motherboards are now available at retailers. Other third-party workstation vendors, like Velocity Micro and Boxx, have also now listed their new pre-built workstations with the chips, too.
The Threadripper Pro chips had already popped up at a few retailers in January, and AMD had previously shared the official pricing for the Threadripper Pro lineup, which you can see in the table below.
Surprisingly, Newegg has listed the 64C/128T Threadripper Pro 3995WX, 32C/64T 3975WX, and 16C/32T 3955WX at the suggested retail pricing, though that might not last long due to the ongoing chip shortages.
|MSRP/RCP||Cores / Threads||Base / Boost (GHz)||L3 Cache (MB)||PCIe||DRAM||TDP|
|Threadripper Pro 3995WX||$5,489||64 / 128||2.7 / 4.2||256||128 Gen 4||Eight-Channel DDR4-3200||280W|
|Threadripper 3990X||$3,990||64 / 128||2.9 / 4.3||256||88 Gen 4 (72 Usable)||Quad DDR4-3200||280W|
|EPYC 7442||$6,950||64 / 128||2.25 / 3.4||256||128 Gen 4||Eight-Channel DDR4-3200||225W|
|Threadripper Pro 3975WX||$2,749||32 / 64||3.5 / 4.2||128||128 Gen 4||Eight-Channel DDR4-3200||280W|
|Threadripper 3970X||$1999||32 / 64||3.7 / 4.5||*128||88 Gen 4 (72 Usable)||Quad DDR4-3200||280W|
|Threadripper 3960X||$1,399||24 / 48||3.8 / 4.5||*128||88 Gen 4 (72 Usable)||Quad DDR4-3200||280W|
|Threadripper Pro 3955WX||$1,149||16 / 32||3.9 / 4.3||64||128 Gen 4||Eight-Channel DDR4-3200||280W|
Source: Tom’s Hardware