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Threadripper officially launches, complete with Australian pricing
by David Hollingworth | Aug 11, 2017 | Comment Now
Say hello to three new little friends - the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900, 1920X, and 1950X.
Threadripper officially launches, complete with Australian pricing

Threadripper is here at last, after all the rumours, benchmarks, and even some serious overclocking. The first two processors in the range - the 1950X and 1920X, both unlocked - are available now, with the lower end 1900 coming at the end of the month, on the 31st.

We also now have Australian pricing, which is as follows:

1950X - $1440

1920X - $1150

1900 - $549

And here's the specs:

Product Line

Model

Cores

Threads

Base Clock (GHz)

Boost Clock (GHz)

XFR (GHz)

PCIe® Lanes

TDP (Watts)

AMD Ryzen
Threadripper

1950X

16

32

3.4

4.0

4.2

64

180

AMD Ryzen
Threadripper

1920X

12

24

3.5

4.0

4.2

64

180

AMD Ryzen
Threadripper

1900

8

16

3.8

4.0

4.2

64

180

 “The level of global support and excitement built-up around AMD Ryzen processors has been incredible to watch these last few months, and with today’s Ryzen Threadripper launch, we deliver a new level of computing power to the world’s fastest ultra-premium desktop systems via an entirely new platform and set of multi-core processors,” said Jim Anderson, senior vice president and general manager, Computing and Graphics Group, AMD, in last night's announcement. “Ryzen Threadripper is the jolt of innovation that the high-end desktop customer was waiting for, providing the long-awaited ability to choose a processor that best fulfills their computing needs at a competitive price.”

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