AMD Threadripper product line planning: 5000WX will be retail, WRX80 motherboard supports overclocking

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000WX is set to land on the market in July, AMD itself confirmed in an official statement. The series will arrive next month through system integrator manufacturers (OEMs).

Ryzen Threadripper 5000WX launches in July for OEMs

AMD’s HEDT processor series will launch in July with a fifth iteration, which promises to elevate performance thanks to its Zen 3 cores. The series will offer performance enthusiast users a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads on the desktop, with the 5995WX being the flagship of the series, which can run at a speed of 4.5 GHz.

Model Specifications

MODEL MODEL GRAPHICS MODEL # OF CPU CELLS # OF THREADS MAX INCREASE CLOCK BASE CLOCK DEFAULT TDP.

  • 5995WX Discrete graphics card required 64 128 Up to 4.5GHz 2.7GHz 280W
  • 5975WX Discrete graphics card required 32 64 Up to 4.5GHz 3.6GHz 280W
  • 5965WX Discrete Graphics Card Required 24 48 Up to 4.5GHz 3.8GHz 280W
  • 5955WX Discrete graphics card required 16 32 Up to 4.5GHz 4.0GHz 280W
  • 5945WX Discrete graphics card required 12 24 Up to 4.5GHz 4.1GHz 280W
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Back in March, AMD released the Threadripper PRO 5000 WX series, but it was only available in Lenovo computers, then it was extended to the Dell Precision 7865 computer. Now, AMD is releasing it to all manufacturers, without giving many details about which ones those manufacturers will be.

July is the date set by the red team to launch its HEDT processors for those enthusiasts who need a lot of computing power. Those users are surely going to find that power they need, with up to 64 cores and 128 processing cores. More information can be found on AMD’s official website