Courtesy of Techpowerup. AMD are pretty much hitting every CPU bracket just in time for Christmas.
High end desktop – Ryzen 9 3950X. An AM4 socket CPU with 16 core / 32 threads. A clock-speed of 3.50 GHz base, with 4.70 GHz maximum boost frequency, at 105 W TDP. Priced at $749US.
Note the retail box package won’t come with a cooling solution. AMD recommends at least a 240 mm x 140 mm AIO liquid CPU cooler.
Available from November 25, 2019.
Budget desktop – Athlon 3000G is an unlocked 2 core / 4 thread CPU. Base clock is 3.5Ghz. Its running a Vega 3 integrated GPU. Not overly powerful but for $49US its a solid option for a NAS, HTPC or low end desktop.
Available from November 19, 2019.
High end work station / server – 3rd generation Threadripper. These are for the really good boys and girls. Requiring a new sTRX4 socket but compatible with existing TR4 coolers. That cooler will need to be a beefy one as AMD are rating these new CPUs at 280 watts TDP.
These will need the new TRX40 chipset motherboards. Supports quad channel DDR4 memory up to 2Tb. ECC if its really needed. It also brings PCIe4 support as well. Note TRX40 is not compatible with older Threadrippers.
3960X is a 16 core / 32 thread CPU for $1399US. Running at 3.80 GHz base with up to 4.50 GHz maximum boost.
3970X is a 32 core / 64 thread CPU for $1999US. Running at 3.70 GHz base, and 4.50 GHz maximum boost frequency.
Available November 25, 2019.
Neato bonus feature. Zen 2 ECO mode. This will be a configurable TDP control in the Ryzen Master software. Any processor higher than a Ryzen 5 3500 can be capped at 65 watts on the fly. A no brainer feature really. A little like cylinder deactivation in a car.