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We have some new stuff from professional Overclocker der8auer from Germany - a preview video of the upcoming 32-core Threadripper 2990X CPU using the EPYC 7601. Enjoy the video with hitting over 5k points in Cinebench R15:





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he said "wccftech" and "quite reliable" in the same sentence...

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13 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Wait isn't the epyc chip ryzen 1? I mean the threadripper should be better with clocks and voltage. 

I mean ya this epyc chip is already out it just cost near 5 grand. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113471&cm_re=epyc-_-19-113-471-_-Product do note he was just saying it was an OC able version of it, I believe.

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Der8auer: "Luckily, a Cinebench run on a 32 core CPU is realy quick..."


go figure! xD

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@marcintosch The thread has been moved to the CPU, Motherboards and Memory Section as it doesn't follow the requirements of the tech news section. Once updated it will be eligible for review. 


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