(Bundle with PC) AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen Threadripper 3960X 3.8GHz-4.5GHz 24 Core 48 Thread, 141.5MB Cache AMD sTRX4 Scoket Processor

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(Bundle with PC) AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen Threadripper 3960X 3.8GHz-4.5GHz 24 Core 48 Thread, 141.5MB Cache AMD sTRX4 Scoket Processor

Product Id: 01.01.004.190

Regular Price  144,310
Special Price  135,000

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(Bundle with PC) AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen Threadripper 3960X 3.8GHz-4.5GHz 24 Core 48 Thread, 141.5MB Cache AMD sTRX4 Socket Processor

General

Processor Type
AMD Ryzen Threadripper
Model
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X
Generation
3rd
Code-Name
Zen 2
Warranty
3 Year (No Warranty for Fan or Cooler)

Performance

Base Frequency
3.80GHz
Turbo Frequency Max.
4.50GHz
Core
24
Threads
48

Cache Memory

L2 Cache
12MB
L3 Cache
128MB

Memory Support

Memory Type
DDR4 3200MHz
Memory Channel
4

Compatibility

Sockets Supported
sTRX4

More Information

TDP
280W
Lithography
7nm

Additional Info

Specialty
The new AMD TRX40 motherboards feature the debut of advanced PCIe 4.0 connectivity on high-end desktop, delivering more bandwidth for creators than ever before, 24 cores and 48 threads for lightning-fast creative workloads, An unprecedented 88 total PCIe 4.0 lanes to meet large GPU and NVMe needs, 140MB of combined cache for rapid access to large data sets, Quad channel DDR4 with available ECC support for reliable throughput Combine up to six NVMe disks in for superlative speed or rock-solid redundancy with Ryzen Threadripper processors. Want even more? Get double the bandwidth with PCIe 4.0, exclusively for high-end desktop on AMD TRX40 motherboards
Others
Bundled With Any Full Set PC, Total L1 Cache: 1.5MB, CMOS: TSMC 7nm FinFET, Thermal Solution (PIB): Not included, Max Temps: 95 degree C, PCI Express Version: PCIe 4.0

Details

Model - AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X, Code-Name - Zen2, Generation - 3rd Gen, Base Frequency - 3.80GHz, Turbo Frequency Max. - 4.50GHz, Core - 24, Threads - 48, L2 Cache - 12MB, L3 Cache - 128MB, TDP - 280 W, Lithography - 7nm, Memory Type - DDR4 3200MHz, Memory Channels - 4, Sockets Supported - sTRX4, Warranty - 3 Year (No Warranty for Fan or Cooler), Specialty - The new AMD TRX40 motherboards feature the debut of advanced PCIe 4.0 connectivity on high-end desktop, delivering more bandwidth for creators than ever before, 24 cores and 48 threads for lightning-fast creative workloads, An unprecedented 88 total PCIe 4.0 lanes to meet large GPU and NVMe needs, 140MB of combined cache for rapid access to large data sets, Quad-channel DDR4 with available ECC support for reliable throughput Combine up to six NVMe disks in for superlative speed or rock-solid redundancy with Ryzen Threadripper processors. Want even more? Get double the bandwidth with PCIe 4.0, exclusively for high-end desktop on AMD TRX40 motherboards, Others - Bundled With Any Full Set PC, Total L1 Cache: 1.5MB, CMOS: TSMC 7nm FinFET, Thermal Solution (PIB): Not included, Max Temps: 95 degrees C, PCI Express Version: PCIe 4.0

Are you looking for a processor/CPU for your build? If you are, then we’ve been expecting you. Picking up the right processor or CPU is extremely crucial when it comes to building a new PC or upgrading an existing system. Clock speed and core counts of the CPU is directly related to the overall PC performance. Higher clock speed and greater core counts can guarantee a snappier system, smoother gameplay, and faster completion of intensive tasks such as video editing and transcoding. Ryans is here to help you out with all necessary information to facilitate an informed purchase.
 

AMD vs Intel

Where Intel has focused on higher clock speeds and efficiency, AMD has traditionally been all about high core counts and boosting multi-threaded performance.

Intel typically offers better single core performance and productivity, which delivers overall greater performance. The better performance, however, comes with greater price, as an Intel CPU costs more compared to an AMD CPU. 

With a cheaper price, AMD, on the other hand, typically provides better multi-threaded performance, as a result of higher core and thread counts.

If you made up your mind about the CPU brand, it’s time to focus on the different variants of Intel and AMD available at Ryans.
 

Intel Variants


To avoid any major dip in performance, you need to look at an 8th or 9th Generation CPU model. While the 9th generation processors currently offer best performance, we suggest to opt for 8th generation instead, if you are looking for an affordable alternative.

As expected, the performance increases with the gradual upgradation from core i3 to core i9. But it is essential to know the details in this regard. 

- Intel 8th Generation Core i3 CPUs, with four cores, delivers excellent performance for their cost. Core i3 CPUs, however, lack support for Hyper-Threading and Turbo Boost, two core technologies found in higher-end CPUs.

Hyper-Threading creates virtual cores to operate in a way that a processor with more cores would operate and Turbo Boost dramatically increases the clock speed when more power is needed.

- Core i5 CPUs come with six cores and Turbo Boost technology, although it does not have Hyper Threading.

- Core i7 offers both Turbo Boost and Hyper Threading. It may have six cores like Core i5 but it can operate as if it has 12 cores.

- Intel Core i9, with eight physical cores, is the most powerful alternatives among the Intel core ranges. It would be the best choice for anyone who is ready to spend some extra money for better performance.
 

AMD Variants


AMD is taking on Intel with several products, including the popular Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5, Ryzen 7, Ryzen 9, and Threadripper.

- Ryzen 3, with four physical cores, is specifically designed for budget-friendly PC builds and consumers who are not going to use their PCs for heavy applications. 

- Ryzen 5 processors come with a mix of quadcore and hexacore processors with more than enough power for video editing and other intense workloads. These processors lie within the mid-tier range for gamers and those who need a capable CPU, in general.

- Ryzen 7 processors allow advanced computing at somewhat affordable price. With eight cores and 16 threads, Ryzen 7 variants are capable of handling any task thrown at the CPU.

- Ryzen 9 family packs 12 cores and 24 threads and place itself in the middle between Ryzen 7 and Threadripper.

Threadripper processors may not be an option for all but it is the most powerful AMD alternative. Packed with up to 12 cores and 24 threads it allows users to push the system beyond its limits.
 

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Product's review

by Emran

This chip is a beast! Was able to snag mine from 'AMD authorized reseller'