The AMD Ryzen 9 3950X was a surprise surprise at E3 2019, right after AMD introduced the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 cards. Initially, it went on sale in September 2019, but was delayed until November 2019. with some new Threadripper processors.
The AMD Ryzen 9 3950X, when it launches in November, will feature prominently in the 16rd Gen AMD Ryzen stack, featuring 32 cores, 4.7 threads and a clock boosted at 749 GHz. We have yet to have a chance to test it in life. real, but if we don't consider these features, it will be a monster, and with its price tag of € 620 (around € 1,100, around XNUMX Australian Dollars), it has to be.
However, the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X will not launch alone. The 16-core consumer processor will be accompanied by new third-generation Threadripper processors. We don't have any specific information on the Threadripper chips hitting the streets in November, but we do know that the high-end desktop platform (HEDT) will be "awarded 24 hearts."
Now, that falls short of the 3000-core Ryzen Threadripper 32 chip we've seen in all sorts of rumor leaks in recent weeks, but we could see AMD rolling out that 32-core chip, if it's real. after the initial launch, just like it did with the 3950X.
Beyond the "November 2019" window, we don't know when these chips will be available in stores, but it's around the same time that everyone is going to shop on Black Friday. We also don't know how much this 3000-core Threadripper 24 chip will cost, but we don't expect it to be cheap.