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AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1950X 16-Core / 32 Threads 3.4 GHz Socket sTR4 180W YD195XA8AEWOF Desktop Pro

MPN: YD195XA8AEWOF | SKU: UR0578
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  • Incredible 16 Cores and 32 Threads of processing power
  • 4.0 GHz Precision Boost (up to 4.2 GHz with XFR)
  • 40MB of Cache Memory
  • 64 PCIe Gen3 Lanes
  • Quad-Channel DDR4
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  • Key Selling Points

Key Selling Points

  • Incredible 16 Cores and 32 Threads of processing power
  • 4.0 GHz Precision Boost (up to 4.2 GHz with XFR)
  • 40MB of Cache Memory
  • 64 PCIe Gen3 Lanes
  • Quad-Channel DDR4
  • Description
  • Product Details
  • Customer Reviews
  • Q&A

Description

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X (16-core/32-thread) Desktop Processor (YD195XA8AEWOF). The AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor is designed to provide indisputable multi-processing supremacy on the X399 ultimate platform for desktop.

16 cores provide an astonishing 32 threads of simultaneous multi-processing power, while 40MB of combined cache and vast I/O from the enthusiast-grade AMD X399 platform stand ready to feed the beast.

The YD195XA8AEWOF processor from AMD works on the TR4 platform. This 64-bit CPU has 16 cores operating at 3.4GHz with a Max Turbo Frequency of 4GHz. Advanced features of the 14 nm chip include 16 x 64KB Instruction L1 Cache, 16 x 512KB L2 cache, and 1 x 32MB 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
  • Model: YD195XA8AEWOF
  • CPU Socket Type: Socket sTR4
  • Core Name: Summit Ridge
  • # of cores: 16-Core
  • # of threads: 32
  • Operating Frequency: 3.4 GHz base and 4.0 GHz precision boost clocks
  • Max Turbo Frequency: 4.0 GHz precision boost clocks
  • L1 Cache: 1.5MB
  • L2 Cache: 8MB
  • L3 Cache: 32MB
  • Manufacturing Tech: 14nm
  • Memory Types: DDR4
  • Memory Channel: 4
  • PCI Express Revision: 3
  • Max Number of PCI Express Lanes: 64
  • Thermal Design Power: 180W
  • Cooling Device: Cooling device not included - Processor Only
  • 16 cores / 32 threads
  • 3.4 GHz base and 4.0 GHz precision boost clocks
  • Socket sTR4
  • DDR4 Support
  • 14nm Summit Ridge
  • Support for 64 PCIe lanes
  • Unlocked for overclocking
  • Cooler mounting bracket
  • Cooling device not included - Processor Only

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • AMD RYZEN Threadripper 1950X


Brand: AMD

MPN: YD195XA8AEWOF

UPC: 730143308755

Compatibility: TR4

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
AMD
Processors Type
Desktop
Classification
Ryzen Threadripper
Name
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X
MPN
YD195XA8AEWOF
CPU Socket Type
Socket sTR4
Core Name
Summit Ridge
# of Cores
16-Core
# of Threads
32
Operating Frequency
3.4 GHz base and 4.0 GHz precision boost clocks
L1 Cache
1.5MB
L2 Cache
8MB
L3 Cache
32MB
Manufacturing Tech
14nm
Memory Types
DDR4
Virtualization Technology Support
Yes
PCI Express Revision
3.0
Thermal Design Power
180W
Cooling Device
Cooling device not included - Processor Only

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
5.0
Reviews
5
82.5% (33)
4
7.5% (3)
3
2.5% (1)
2
0.0% (0)
1
7.5% (3)
By Sofia Johansen
Threadripper is junk!
This is nowhere close to as powerful as the hype leads you to think it is. I am a youtube broadcaster for iracing.Com and with the same settings i used for my i9 7900x i was getting encoding overloads. Totally not worth the $1000. You are getting off spending the same $1000 and getting an intel i9 7900x with only 10 cores and it will do much better.
By Carolyn Mitchell
Four stars
Its good! A little hard to open though, almost dropped the cpu
By Freya Roberts
I'm on a budget soo...
I'm glad amd did come up with a competitive cpu against the xeon e5's. But unfortunately trying to find a mb that can handle 16 memory slots isn't going to happen in the ryzen form factor right now. My need is for artificial intelligence r&d. All ann work is done through a gpu but large amounts of ram is required because the software needs fast cache for episodic memory storage, searching and retriaval. The price point for more than 4 cores is still pretty high. Soo...I decided to build a hal from used parts, with the exception of the motherboard, drives, and powers supply. I was able to get e5 2670 v2 pair for $300 bucks and 128gb of ram for $300! The server has one vega 56 8 gb gpu, a samsung 960 pro 256 ssd and a 4 tb drive. All together including the case and power supplly was about $1700. As well note that the memory capacity for this rig can reach 1 tb of ram.So while amd is a great price point for what it does, the used after market hardware is really the only affordable route for the ai enthusiast...
By Amelia Lavigne
Ripper of threads!
I mostly use my computer for video editing and this thing truly is a beast. Sony vegas and premiere render noticeably faster and i find myself being able to question more when i'm exporting projects. Not to mention streaming games like squad, counter-strike, and pubg. It comes in a badass case and just screams quality. I might even pick another one up for a hackintosh build for final split pro.
By Ben Mitchell
Good
Cpu power check!
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Five stars
Good price, excellent performance!
By Johanna Kaltenbach
A real monster of a cpu. Eats video rendering ...
A real monster of a cpu. Eats video rendering and crypto mining for breakfast. Doesn't flinch at the highest frame rate and detail level of whatever game you can think of (just be sure your gpu is modern). I've got mine overclocked at 4.0ghz with zero problems. It excels at doing many things at once fast more so than several things at once very fast.
By Bella Harris
Best value for money
Fantastic performance. The best value for money.
By Ezra Chen
I love it, the cores, the x399 architecture, don't know why an advanced user would pick anything else.
Built using gigabyte aorus x399 mobo, 64 gb gskill 14 cas memory, samsung 1tb m.2, enermax 360 aio cooler. I'm a programmer who uses windows machines at work, and a long time mac user at home. I've given up on apple and this is my first windows build in many years. I love it. 3d rendering times in iray are much reduced. I mine monero on half of my cores much of the time and don't even notice.More than the price performance, the benefits of the x399 architecture with more pci lanes all make it well worth it. Love it.Had some initial heat issues using a corsair cooler initially, so for this beast you're going to want a cooler with full thermal plate contact, like the enermax. Dropped my temps over 10 degrees, no heat issues since.
By Ingrid Petit
Five stars
Beast mode.... Enough said.

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