The company offers the even larger Ryzen Threadripper processor, which implements 64 cores, 128 threades and 288MB of combined L2 and L3 cache memory. AMD thus created the HEDT processor, which has twice as many cores as the Ryzen Threadripper 3970X and significantly outperforms Intel’s HEDT solutions.
So far, the company has only confirmed the combined cache size, 280W TDP and number of CPU cores. The processor is supposed to be based on AMD’s motherboard platform, the TRX40, enabling content creators to have more core than any single-socket HEDT processor to date.
AMD pointed that more information can be expected in 2020, with the Threadripper 3990X likely to be revealed during the CES 2019 fair.