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AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1900X 8-Core / 16 Threads 3.8 GHz Socket sTR4 180W YD190XA8AEWOF

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  • Incredible 8 Cores and 16 Threads of processing power
  • 4.0 GHz Precision Boost (up to 4.2 GHz with XFR)
  • 20MB of Cache Memory
  • 64 PCIe Gen3 Lanes
  • Quad-Channel DDR4
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  • Incredible 8 Cores and 16 Threads of processing power
  • 4.0 GHz Precision Boost (up to 4.2 GHz with XFR)
  • 20MB of Cache Memory
  • 64 PCIe Gen3 Lanes
  • Quad-Channel DDR4
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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X (8-core/16-thread) Desktop Processor (YD190XA8AEWOF). Have the power of serious multi-processing with AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X. The 1900X aims to operate processes such as rendering, streaming, compiling, encoding, work, play and etc all at the same time. 8 cores provide 16 threads of serious multi-processing power, while 20MB of combined cache and vast I/O from the enthusiast-grade AMD X399 platform stand ready to feed the beast.

“Zen” cores are designed to efficiently use available microarchitectural resources for optimal compute performance. Compared to the previous architecture, three-tier cache system and new pre-fetch algorithms enable dramatically higher throughput in the cache and execution engines. The "Zen” architecture delivers >52% improvement in instructions-per-clock cycle over the previous generation AMD core, while maintaining the power usage at the same level.

The YD190XA8AEWOF processor from AMD works on the TR4 platform. This 64-bit CPU has 8 cores operating at 3.8GHz with a Max Turbo Frequency of 4GHz. Advanced features of the 14 nm chip include 8 x 64KB Instruction L1 Cache, 8 x 512KB L2 cache, and 1 x 16MB L3 cache with simultaneous multithreading support. This processor does NOT come with a heatsink/cooler. You must purchase one separately that works with TR4 and can support a TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 180 Watts.

  • Brand: AMD
  • Series: Ryzen Threadripper
  • Name: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X
  • Model: YD190XA8AEWOF
  • CPU Socket Type: Socket sTR4
  • Core Name: Summit Ridge
  • # of Cores: 8-Core
  • # of Threads: 16
  • Operating Frequency: 3.8 GHz
  • Max Turbo Frequency: 4.0 GHz
  • L1 Cache: 768KB
  • L2 Cache: 4MB
  • L3 Cache: 16MB
  • Manufacturing Tech: 14nm
  • 64-Bit Support: Yes
  • Memory Types: DDR4-2667
  • Memory Channel: 4
  • Virtualization Technology Support: Yes
  • PCI Express Revision: 3.0
  • Thermal Design Power: 180W
  • Cooling Device: Not included
  • 8 cores / 16 threads
  • 4.0 GHz precision boost clocks
  • Socket sTR4
  • DDR4 Support
  • 14nm Summit Ridge
  • Unlocked for overclocking
  • Cooler mounting bracket
  • Cooling device not included - Processor Only

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1900X 8-Core / 16 Threads 3.8 GHz Socket sTR4 Processor


Brand: AMD

MPN: YD190XA8AEWOF

UPC: 730143309042

Compatibility: sTR4

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
AMD
Processors Type
Desktop
Classification
Ryzen Threadripper
Name
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X
MPN
YD190XA8AEWOF
CPU Socket Type
Socket sTR4
Core Name
Summit Ridge
# of Cores
8-Core
# of Threads
16
Operating Frequency
3.8 GHz
Max Turbo Frequency
4.0 GHz
L1 Cache
768KB
L2 Cache
4MB
L3 Cache
16MB
Manufacturing Tech
14nm
64-Bit Support
Yes
Memory Types
DDR4-2667
PCI Express Revision
3.0
Thermal Design Power
180W
Cooling Device
Cooling device not included - Processor Only

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

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By Bedete Das Neves
Amazing for question
Amazing for question. I use the 1900x for gaming and streaming music mainly. I as well have a 1700 which is fine for gaming but when you question it runs a little slower then the threadripper does.
By Jade Leroux
Five stars
Impossible to overstate how satisfied i am. Goes in smooth and will destroy everything you throw at it.
By Hailey Chu
Great CPU At Affordable Price For X399 Platform.
I had a professional tech build my x399 system from parts i supplied. The amd 1900x works great! It is twice as fast as my previous system(intel i7 990x). I hope to upgrade to amd 1950x in the future if prices go down.
By Alma Washington
Not great for gaming, go with an Intel.
Have to say that the amd ryzen threadripper 1900x is not all it is set out to be. If you are looking for something for gaming this is not the chip to go with.
By Emma Mortensen
Better than Sliced Bread!
My computer genus son decided to update his intel processors microcode to solve spectre and meltdown problems. They were solved; it wouldn't boot or light any of the lights that show it's progress thru the boot process. Dead as a doorknob. As amd processors are supposed to be less susceptible to spectre and meltdown & he had eight 8gb ddr4 dims, the search for a motherboard that took an amd processor and a motherboard that took it and eight 8gb ddr4 dims ended with this threadripper & a msi pro amd ryzen threadripper ddr4 vr ready hdmi usb 3 sli crossfire atx motherboard (x399 sli plus) motherboard. We've had great luck with msi motherboards over the years & didn't expect this combo to be any different. The motherboard went in the same case & used everything that was already there including the water cooler thanks to a bracket that amd thoughtfully included with the threadripper. The threadripper was scary with all its pins, but msi had a youtube video on how to install it & it went in just like they showed. Powered up without a hitch, set the bios options, installed win10-64pro & it's worked fine for 3+ weeks now.
By Darryl Robinson
Better than Sliced Bread!
My computer genus son decided to update his intel processors microcode to solve spectre and meltdown problems. They were solved; it wouldn't boot or light any of the lights that show it's progress thru the boot process. Dead as a doorknob. As amd processors are supposed to be less susceptible to spectre and meltdown & he had eight 8gb ddr4 dims, the search for a motherboard that took an amd processor and a motherboard that took it and eight 8gb ddr4 dims ended with this threadripper & a msi pro amd ryzen threadripper ddr4 vr ready hdmi usb 3 sli crossfire atx motherboard (x399 sli plus) motherboard. We've had great luck with msi motherboards over the years & didn't expect this combo to be any different. The motherboard went in the same case & used everything that was already there including the water cooler thanks to a bracket that amd thoughtfully included with the threadripper. The threadripper was scary with all its pins, but msi had a youtube video on how to install it & it went in just like they showed. Powered up without a hitch, set the bios options, installed win10-64pro & it's worked fine for 3+ weeks now.
By Gabriella Harrison
Five Stars
Works well.
By Jenny Roberts
Jack of All Trades
This is a niche cpu. For most applications, proceed to an intel 8700k. The least expensive threadripper has the same core/thread count as some of it's ryzen cousins, and similar speeds. Why pay extra for this? Well, with tr architecture you get quad channel ram, which means something for definite heavy applications, and you get 64 pcie lanes, which is essential if you are running a raid card and 2 gpus, plus an m.2 drive and god only knows what else if you are building a tr desktop.What i found exceptionally good with this cpu is cooling. Running a constant 4.13 ghz overclock and a evga clc 280 cooler it runs 46c to 48c under a heavy load. I rendered a 3d map from minecraft into a single 3d image and this took all 16 threads to 99%, and yet, the 1900x stayed cool and the fans on the radiator remained almost silent. Considering that my cooler is round and thus does not perfectly cover the cpu, this is incredible performance. I think this stems from the cpu being so huge, and having so many pins, so much space across which to deliver heat.People say "don't use this for games" because they know you can get more value with a consumer cpu. However, that does not mean that if you want this cpu for some other need, that it won't run games. It's a 4.1 ghz cpu. It can and does max out dota2, pubg, world of warships, doom 2016, and most interestingly: heavily modified minecraft. I have a forge/optifine/seus setup and it's very impressive what an impact a cpu of this kind can do. I still say an 8700k would best it in all of these, right up until you run video encoding or 3d modeling.A word about sli: i am running 2 gtx 970s which came from a scrapped computer and have had no issues with any software whatsoever. Many others have but in my case its been a boon to not have to buy a gpu, take advantage of the pcie lanes in tr4, and still have excellent graphics performance.I give the 1900x 4/5 because for most purposes there are better bang for buck cpus, but otherwise it's simply fantastic.Edit: i have added photos of the threadripper in action, which demonstrate how it uses threads, in a few interesting applications.
By Emily
Used to be an Intel fan, but AMD bear it!
I used to use Intel with everything but I wasn't impressed with their recent performance nor the prices. This CPU is incredible for gaming at top specs and Photoshop without flaw! It says it's only 3.8ghz but standard and even a simple .05% overclock it's pushing 4.2ghz. Really look into the correct compatible parts and especially cooling for a threadripper, it's a very large CPU.

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