Take that, Intel - the CPU game is on.
Yesterday we had news of Intel's Core i9 range, and today we're going full tick-tock with news of AMD's next tranche of Ryzen chips, the
The details come via Wikichip, and reveals the new CPU's will range from 10 to 16 cores. The top-specced part is the Ryzen 1998X, with 16 cores and 32 threads, clocked at 3.5GHz and boosting to 3.9GHz.
Here's the full range, via Guru3D:
|1998X||16/32||3,5/3,9GHz||155W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1998||16/32||3,2/3,6GHz||155W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1977X||14/28||3,5/4,0GHz||155W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1977||14/28||3,2/3,7GHz||140W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1976X||12/24||3,6/4,1GHz||125W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1956X||12/24||3,2/3,8GHz||125W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1956||12/24||3,0/3,7GHz||125W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1955X||10/20||3,6/4,0GHz||125W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|
|1955||10/20||3,1/3,7GHz||125W||Quad Channel DDR4||44|