Official AMD Threadripper Pro Pricing: $5,489 for 64 Cores, $2,749 for 32 Cores (Updated)

Update 1/26/21 4:40pm PT: AMD reached out to proportion the legitimate pricing for the Threadripper Pro collection chips, which falls at somewhat decrease pricing than the Compusource listings we found out. Here’s the legitimate beneficial pricing:

Cores / ThreadsSEP (Suggested Pricing)
Threadripper Pro 3995WX64 / 128$5,489
Threadripper Pro 3975WX32 / 64$2,749
Threadripper Pro 3955WX16 / 32$1,149

Original Article, somewhat amended for readability:

AMD not too long ago introduced that it is Threadripper Pro processors will come to shops, however the corporate hasn’t indexed the legitimate pricing but. Seeing those chips come to shops is a pleasing addition when they debuted for the primary six months in uber-expensive pre-validated techniques, just like the Lenovo ThinkStation P620 that we not too long ago examined with the flagship Threadripper Pro 3995WX. Thanks to an inventory of the Threadripper Pro section numbers (*12*)(by means of @momomo_us), we now have now tracked down retail worth listings at Compusource. 

At Compusource, you will have to cough up $6,086 for the 64-core 128-thread Threadripper Pro 3995WX, $3,043 for the 32-core 3975WX, and $1,253 for the 16-core 3955WX. The higher pricing from Compusource represents the etailer’s top rate. 

MSRP/RCPCores / ThreadsBase / Boost (GHz)L3 Cache (MB)PCIeDRAMTDP
Threadripper Pro 3995WX$5,48964 / 1282.7 / 4.2256128 Gen 4Eight-Channel DDR4-3200280W
Threadripper 3990X$3,99064 / 1282.9 / 4.325688 Gen 4 (72 (*64*))Quad DDR4-3200280W
EPYC 7442$6,95064 / 1282.25 / 3.4256128 Gen 4Eight-Channel DDR4-3200225W
Threadripper Pro 3975WX$2,74932 / 643.5 / 4.2128128 Gen 4Eight-Channel DDR4-3200280W
Xeon 8280$10,00928 / 562.7 / 4.038.548 Gen 3Six-Channel DDR4-2933205W
Intel W-3175X$299928 / 563.1 / 4.838.548 Gen 3Six-Channel DDR4-2666255W
Threadripper 3970X$199932 / 643.7 / 4.5*12888 Gen 4 (72 (*64*))Quad DDR4-3200280W
Threadripper 3960X$1,39924 / 483.8 / 4.5*12888 Gen 4 (72 (*64*))Quad DDR4-3200280W
Xeon W-3265$3,34924 / 482.7 / 4.63364 Gen 3Six-Channel DDR4-2933205W
Threadripper Pro 3955WX$1,14916 / 323.9 / 4.364128 Gen 4Eight-Channel DDR4-3200280W
Ryzen 9 5950X$79916 / 323.9 / 4.96420Dual DDR4-3200105W

While Threadripper Pro pricing is eye-watering, you can get quite a lot of expanded capability for your hard earned bucks. AMD’s tough Threadripper Pro processors constitute without equal in workstation energy, simply beating the usual consumer-geared Threadripper chips in workloads that prize reminiscence throughput. The chips rock as much as 64 cores, 128 threads, and toughen as much as 2TB of reminiscence unfold out amongst eight reminiscence channels, to not point out 128 lanes of PCIe 4.0 connectivity. 

Threadripper Pro retail pricing is far friendlier than what we see with OEM techniques, too – for example, it prices $7,000 simply to improve from the 12-core 3945WX in a Lenovo machine to the 64-core 3995WX.

At $5,489, the Threadripper Pro 3995WX instructions a $1,499 top rate over its user counterpart, the 3990X, however is more cost effective than pricing for AMD’s EPYC 7442 information heart chip that incorporates equivalent lodging. Frankly, we anticipated upper instructed Threadripper Pro pricing to stop less expensive workstation chips from cannibalizing AMD’s information heart EPYC fashions. 

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The 32-core 3975WX lands at $2,749, a $750 upcharge over the patron Threadripper 3970X. Curiously, AMD left a 24-core Threadripper Pro type out of the brand new lineup. 

The 16-core 3995WX lands at $1,149. The Threadripper Pro 3995WX does not have a 16-core Threadripper counterpart, as a substitute, it competes with the $799 Ryzen 9 5950X that slots into mainstream motherboards. For $350 extra, the 3995WX gives up four instances extra reminiscence channels and 108 extra lanes of PCIe 4.0 connectivity, however you will have to pay handsomely for a workstation-class motherboard to deal with the chip and populate eight reminiscence channels, which is a dear proposition all on its own. And you can fail to spot Ryzen 5000‘s shocking single-threaded efficiency.

You’ll desire a WRX80 motherboard to unencumber the most productive of Threadripper Pro, however by no means concern, ASUS has indexed the (*10*)Pro WS Sage SE on its website online and we must be told pricing and availability quickly. This motherboard represents without equal in PCIe – it comes with seven PCIe 4.0 x16 slots and eight reminiscence slots. The board additionally comes with a 16-phase energy supply substem, helps RDIMMs, and has a BMC chip for faraway control.

Gigabyte additionally has its WRX80-SU8 ready within the wings, however the main points are slight. We know the large board (perhaps E-ATX) additionally has seven PCIe slots and BMC options, two 10 GbE ports, two GbE ports, and a 7.1-channel audio machine.

If you need to look how those chips evaluate to plain Threadripper chips in a ton of benchmarks, together with gaming, head to our contemporary assessment.