Threadripper 2000 Series Unboxing: What Comes With AMD's 32-Core Monster?

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CalHob

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Picture 11 of 15: Image shows 1613 g (or 1.613 kg) and text says 1.6 pounds ... not consistent units.
 

Bluemax

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Nice article. Does the Wraith Ripper have fans inside? Or is it a passive cooler? Also did you like the first Threadripper packaging? Or do you like this packaging better?
 

GeoffCoope

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So looking forwards to this as a render slave. Not bothered about overclocking but certainly want to know if it can run flat out at stock speeds 24/7
 

GeoffCoope

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Also need a motherboard that can take this 32core cpu and 3 or 4 x GTX 1080Ti's. Hybrid rendering with CPU+GPU is part of my render pipeline.
 

pensive69

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this thing is such a monster why put it into a MB at all?
just a watertight box you can plunk into the fridge and
a long flat data and power cable to run back to the case and
PS connectors.
 

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Seems like maybe that would be the perfect sort of application for this chip.
 
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why no tests in data processing (spark, dask), machine learning (lightGBM/zgboost training), deep learning (i know there are GPUs) just to get a seeling (there are pre-made benchmarks for tensorflow) ???
 

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I'd like to see these benchmarks as well, since that's what these CPUs are made for. A couple of extra +/- FPS in GTA V? Been there, done that. I want to see what these CPUs are really capable of!
 
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