The processor market is getting heated up with both AMD and Intel bringing their best technology in the market. The trend started with the launch of AMD Ryzen earlier this year and it seems to continue for a while. The high-end processor series from AMD called Threaddripper leaked some time ago and today a CPU from the series was spotted.
Videocardz has always been a reliable source of leaked information regarding AMD products and the said processor was also spotted by the publication.
If you have been following the developments around the AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors, then you must be knowing that AMD will be launching the series with 16, 14, 12, and 10-core processors. And all these processors under the Threadripper series will be sporting a 19xx naming scheme.
A similar thing was noticed in the processor that leaked today. As per the report of Videocardz, the spotted CPU was Ryzen Threadripper 1920 with 12 cores and 24 threads that has a base clock speed of 3.2GHz. The turbo clock speed of the processor is not mentioned.
What’s interesting is the fact that the processor was spotted inside an Alienware system and this is the second time it was spotted in that system. During the first time, the 12-core processor was spotted in an Alienware system but was an engineering sample. It had a similar base clock speed of 3.2GHz while turbo speed was 3.6GHz.
Not only these processors, but the publication also spotted a few Vega graphics cards with 8GB and 16GB memory. The two 16GB cards are mentioned to be from the Frontier Edition and have a GPU frequency of 1600MHz, while there is a minor difference in their memory clock speed with one having 945MHz while the other one with 925MHz.
There is also an 8GB card with a GPU frequency of 1500MHz and the memory frequency of 925MHz. while it may not be a part of the Frontier Edition, this card is said to be one of the gaming Vega cards that AMD talked about during their last event. More details on this will be revealed when AMD officially announces these cards thus summer.