AMD Announce World’s First 64-Core PRO Workstation, the Lenovo™ ThinkStation™ P620, the Pinnacle of Performance for Modern Professionals
– Supercharged with AMD PRO technologies, AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO Processors deliver leadership performance, industry leading bandwidth and built-in enterprise grade security and manageability –
– AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3995WX offers up to 27% better multithreaded performance over the competition’s best dual processor workstations1 and leadership performance in over 25 applications and benchmarks2 –
SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) announced the new AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processor line-up, with up to 64 cores and unrivalled bandwidth3 built with enterprise-grade AMD PRO technologies. Designed for professional workstations from OEMs and system integrators, AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors uniquely offer full spectrum compute capabilities with unmatched core counts4 for multi-threaded workloads plus high frequency single core performance for lightly threaded workloads. This combination makes AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors the best choice for artists, architects, engineers and data scientists.
“AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors are purpose-built to set the new industry standard for professional workstation compute performance,” said Saeid Moshkelani, senior vice president and general manager, AMD Client business unit. “The extreme performance, high core counts and bandwidth of AMD Ryzen Threadripper Processors are now available with AMD PRO technology features including seamless manageability and unique built-in data protection5. Even the most demanding professional environment is addressed with the new AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO line-up, from artists and creators developing breathtaking visual effects, to architects and engineers working with large datasets and complex visualizations, all brought to life on the most advanced professional workstation platform in the world.6
AMD and Lenovo Partnership
The world’s first 64 core PRO workstation system, powered by the Threadripper™ Pro 3995WX7, will be available from Lenovo this fall with its newest ThinkStation P620, offering unprecedented levels of power, performance and flexibility in a single CPU chassis.
“Our customers need class-leading, innovative solutions to power through the most demanding applications,” said Rob Herman, General Manager, Workstation and Client AI Business Unit, Lenovo. “By leveraging the AMD Threadripper PRO Processors for our newest workstation, the ThinkStation P620, we can offer users the smarter solutions to create complex models, render photorealistic imagery or analyze geophysical and seismic interpretations, while offering crucial security and scalability features to ensure safe and effective operation for our professional users.”
Built for the most demanding professional environments, AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors offer the power to render and edit in 8K, drive complex visualizations and multifaceted simulations and rapidly process vast amounts of code to let professional users do more with their time. With the unmatched performance of the Threadripper™ Pro 3995WX, even when compared with competing dual processor systems, AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors redefine the workstation landscape8.
Most Advanced Professional Platform
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO based workstations offer a new level of connectivity and bandwidth.
- The first pro workstation to support PCIe® Gen 4, unlocking the full potential of next-graphics and storage9.
- 128 PCIe® Gen4 lanes with up to 2.5x the bandwidth compared to a competing dual processor system10
- Industry-leading memory bandwidth11 with 8 channel ECC RDIMM, LRDIMM and UDIMM DDR4-3200 memory support
- 2TB memory support – Up to double the capacity vs the competition.12
Built-in Enterprise Grade Security and Manageability
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors are equipped with AMD PRO technologies offering a variety of enterprise grade features:
- AMD PRO security – Layers of built-in security features to help protect sensitive data
- AMD PRO manageability – Simplified deployment, imaging, and management compatible with user’s current infrastructure
- AMD Memory Guard – Full memory encryption to help prevent physical attacks on sensitive data.
- AMD PRO Business Ready – 18 months of planned software stability and 24 months of planned availability
|AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3995WX||64/128||Up to 4.2 / 2.7||288||280||128||Up to 2TB ECC UDIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM|
|AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3975WX||32/64||Up to 4.2 / 3.5||144||280||128||Up to 2TB ECC UDIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM|
|AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3955WX||16/32||Up to 4.3 / 3.9||72||280||128||Up to 2TB ECC UDIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM|
|AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3945WX||12/24||Up to 4.3 / 4.0||70||280||128||Up to 2TB ECC UDIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM|
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1 Based on AMD performance lab testing on June 8, 2020 using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark test to compare the multi-thread performance of Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3995WX reference system vs. (2) Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 processors. Results may vary. CPP-15
2 Based on AMD Labs testing as of July 7, 2020 using a variety of CPU-specific benchmark tests to compare a Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3995X reference system to two Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 processors. Results may vary. SPEC®, and SPECviewperf® are registered trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. See www.spec.org for more information. CPP-66.
3 Based on AMD internal analysis June 2020 comparing the memory bandwidth specifications of AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ Pro to Intel Xeon Platinum 8280. CPP-06
4 The AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3995WX has up to 64 cores compared to the highest core count Intel Xeon Scalable workstation processor, the 8280 at 28-cores. CPP-03.
5 Full system memory encryption is included with AMD Memory Guard in AMD Ryzen PRO, AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro, and AMD Athlon PRO processors. PP-3
6 ‘Most advanced’ defined as superior 7nm process technology in a smaller node and unique PCIe® 4.0 capability in the workstation processor market. CPP-77
7 The AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3995WX has up to 64 cores compared to the highest core count Intel Xeon Scalable workstation processor, the 8280 at 28-cores. CPP-03.
8 Based on AMD performance lab testing on June 8, 2020 using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark test to compare the multi-thread performance of Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3995WX reference system vs. (2) Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 processors. Results may vary. CPP-14
9 Based on AMD internal analysis June 1, 2020, comparing the PCIe® specifications of AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO to Intel Xeon Platinum 8280. CPP-10
10 Based on AMD internal analysis June 1, 2020, comparing the PCIe® specifications of AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO to Intel Xeon Platinum 8280. CPP-10
11 Based on AMD internal analysis June 2020 comparing the memory bandwidth specifications of AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ Pro to Intel Xeon Platinum 8280. CPP-06
12 Based on AMD internal analysis June 1, 2020, comparing memory capacity specifications of AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO to Intel Xeon Platinum 8280. CPP-07
13 Max boost for AMD Ryzen Processors is the maximum frequency achievable by a single core on the processor running a bursty single-threaded workload. Max boost will vary based on several factors, including, but not limited to: thermal paste; system cooling; motherboard design and BIOS; the latest AMD chipset driver; and the latest OS updates. GD-150
14 Base frequency is the approximate processor clock speed of a typical workload running at the processor’s standard TDP. GD-166.
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Released July 14, 2020