It’s taken too long for AMD to launch a Threadripper CPU based on Zen 3. But we’re finally here, except it’s not a regular Threadripper, but a TR Pro.
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[1:25] CPU List
[3:21] TR Pro 5000 vs Ice Lake Xeon W
[3:57] Pro features
[4:50] First System is Lenovo P620
[6:16] No V-Cache
[6:46] Compare vs Milan and Milan-X
[8:17] Why does it exist?
[9:40] Expected Performance
[10:54] AMD is launching late? Or not
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