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    ivan
    Participant
    37 Posts

    AMD 3rd Gen Threadripper packaging leaked: Outlandish style for an outstanding chip

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-3rd-Gen-Threadripper-packaging-leaked-Outlandish-style-for-an-outstanding-chip.441406.0.html

    It was expected that the red team would announce the latest Threadrippers on November 5, but the latest rumor has now specified November 7 as the best bet for a Threadripper-related reveal. VideoCardz believes the packaging could be for the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X (24 cores) and Threadripper 3970X (32 cores) SKUs.

    Timisoara, Romania

    #250338
    sbecm
    Customer
    17 Posts

    If SQx could be runned in Linux you can run 128 since Linux group first after 128 it is a windows problem not SQx

     

    Can SQ be run on linux ?

     

    I thought SQ was built with Java, if this is the case couldnt it be built for Linux ?

     

    Also the new Threadrippers look fantastic.

    #250344
    Customer
    52 Posts

    Can SQ be run on linux ? I thought SQ was built with Java, if this is the case couldnt it be built for Linux ? Also the new Threadrippers look fantastic.

    There’s a feature request for it here.

    https://roadmap.strategyquant.com/tasks/sq4_5033

    This would be amazing for the new AMD processors. Mark said it was harder than he thought to get it on Linux but it is planned for the future. Hopefully we are able to get this soon. I feel like it would take the performance of SQ to a new level.

    #250362
    ivan
    Participant
    37 Posts

    MSI blunder confirms existence of incredible 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X with 64 cores and 128 threads of processing power

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/MSI-blunder-confirms-existence-of-incredible-3rd-Gen-AMD-Ryzen-Threadripper-3990X-with-64-cores-and-128-threads-of-processing-power.442132.0.html

    Little is known about the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X beyond its expected core/thread count. It’s rumored it will cost in the US$3,000 region and could be officially announced when its 3rd Gen stable-mates are launched (November 25). However, it will apparently be January 2020 before we can actually find out the full specifications of AMD’s 64-core HEDT chip.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 2 days ago by ivan ivan.

    Timisoara, Romania

    #250393
    sbecm
    Customer
    17 Posts

    i am also thinking to start another thread, only with PC configurations and setups for those wanting a new system or an upgrade, with relevant tests and roundups

    I think this would be a great idea.

    if we posted our computer specs, others could see what type of performance to expect from similiar setups.

    #250503
    ivan
    Participant
    37 Posts

    AMD Ryzen 9 3950X storms PassMark’s CPU Mark chart and soars past Intel’s server processors and the Core i9-9980XE

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Ryzen-9-3950X-storms-PassMark-s-CPU-Mark-chart-and-soars-past-Intel-s-server-processors-and-the-Core-i9-9980XE.442762.0.html

     

    The performance chip from the red team is scheduled to launch on November 25

    There is one more important point that needs to be remembered here – price/performance ratio. The AMD Ryzen 9 3950X has been priced at US$749

    Timisoara, Romania

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