AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX 64-core processor rated on Sharkstooth platform
Another entry from AMD’s next flagship, the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX with 64 Zen 3 cores has leaked into PugetBench.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5995WX 64 Core Zen 3 Flagship spotted once again in benchmark leak, running on the Sharkstooth platform
The AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000 series chips that will be part of the ‘Chagall’ family were spotted last week. In fact, the Threadripper PRO 5995WX and PRO 5945WX have already been disclosed in the benchmark. The new entry was made on the AMD Sharkstooth HEDT & Workstation benchmark platform.
As for the specs of the test setup, we have 64GB of DDR4-3200 (4 x 16GB) memory, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card, and the aforementioned Sharkstooth-CGL motherboard. It looks like PugetBench has limited entry for each Threadripper processor, so we can’t really make any performance comparisons with 3995WX and 3990X, both of which are listed in the database but with different hardware configurations. The benchmark in question varies in performance depending on the graphics card, so it is not a good idea to compare the performance of the 5995WX (RTX 3080) with the PRO 3995WX (RX 6900 XT).
But for those who want to make performance comparisons with their own processors running an RTX 3080 graphics card, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX system completes the Park Map test in 8601 seconds, the School Model test in 2250 seconds, the Rock Model test in 156 seconds, and school map test in 608 seconds. These are predefined scenarios, so you just need to download the benchmark suite and run it through the Metaform 1.0 (Agisoft Metashape Pro 1.7.3).
The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 and Threadripper 5000 PRO series are expected to offer higher clock speeds, higher frequency memory support, and an overall optimized multithreaded design that offers a nice performance improvement over the Threadripper series. ‘Zen 2’ existing. We know AMD will be launching its standard HEDT SKUs later this year in November, but workstation parts could end up being pushed back to 1am 2022 as the Threadripper PRO line has recently entered the DIY segment.
|Processor name||Processor cores||CPU wire||Basic clock||Boost the clock||L3 Cache / PCIe Lanes||TDP||Memory support||Price||Announcement|
|AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5995WX||64 hearts||128 threads||To be determined||To be determined||256MB / 128 PCIe Gen 4||280W||8-channel DDR4 (2TB)||To be determined||Q4 2021|
|AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5975WX||32 cores||64 threads||To be determined||To be determined||128MB / 128 PCIe Gen 4||280W||8-channel DDR4 (2TB)||To be determined||Q4 2021|
|AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5965WX||24 cores||48 threads||To be determined||To be determined||128MB / 128 PCIe Gen 4||280W||8-channel DDR4 (2TB)||To be determined||Q4 2021|
|AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5955WX||16 cores||32 threads||To be determined||To be determined||64MB / 128 PCIe Gen 4||280W||8-channel DDR4 (2TB)||To be determined||Q4 2021|
|AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5945WX||12 cores||24 wires||To be determined||To be determined||64MB / 128 PCIe Gen 4||280W||8-channel DDR4 (2TB)||To be determined||Q4 2021|
Information sources: Videocardz, Benchleaks