AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 will probably only come out in 2022

Ryzen Threadripper 5000 processors may come out later than expected. An insider who previously shared information about AMD products wrote that Chagall-generation CPUs are likely to be released next year.  

At the beginning of the year, CES 2022 is expected, at which AMD can present these processors as well. Previously, their announcement was predicted for November, while AMD itself did not say anything about the new Threadripper. In addition, there were earlier rumors that these CPUs may be delayed, as the company's engineers are not able to achieve the same performance gain from the transition to the Zen 3 architecture that was in the case of regular desktop and mobile Ryzen 5000. 

Recall that according to all available data, the Threadripper 5000 will retain the configuration of its predecessors, that is, it will not receive more than 64 cores. At the same time, the new architecture and higher frequencies should make them much more efficient. At least Intel has nothing to oppose to the new Threadripper in this segment. 

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