AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 Series “Genesis Peak” Processor Lineup Could Begin with a 16-Core Model
AMD is set to introduce its future-era of Ryzen Threadripper processors in the coming weeks, and rumors are suggesting that it might take place at this year’s CES. The new Ryzen Threadripper system is codenamed Genesis Peak. If we choose a look at the current 3000 sequence “Castle Peak” Threadripper processors, they ended up released on CES 2020, with availability in February. So we are assuming that the impending 5000 “Genesis Peak” series is going to start at the digital CES occasion, during AMD’s show. Thanks to Yuri “1usmus” Bubliy, AMD is going to start off the upcoming-era Threadripper lineup with a 16 main processor. “1usmus” posted a riddle on Twitter, that is essentially a hex code that interprets to “GENESIS 16 CORES”.
The current era of Threadripper Castle Peak processors is commencing at 24 cores, and likely up to sixty four-core styles, so it would be attention-grabbing to see where AMD sees the 16-main product in the stack and why it chose to do it. The specific specs of this processor are unidentified, so we have to wait for the announcement event. It is also unfamiliar if the current TRX40 motherboard will give aid for Zen three based mostly Genesis Peak 5000 collection Threadripper processors or will AMD introduce a new platform for it.