Ryzen™ Threadripper for Design and Gaming

Compose Music. Orchestrate Fleets.

Conquer design and gaming with Ryzen™ Threadripper™.

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper is for Creating

AMD Threadripper for gaming

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper is for Gaming

Ryzen PIB

Mega-task faster than ever before1

Do everything. All at the same time.

Render. Stream. Compile. Encode. Work or Play. Threadripper has the power to overwhelm your most daunting workloads.

AMD Ryzen Master Utility

AMD Ryzen™ Master Utility

Unlock ultimate control over your AMD Ryzen™ powered system for personalized overclocking and efficiency.2

AMD SenseMI Technology

AMD SenseMI Technology*

Clever machine intelligence in your AMD Ryzen™ processor

Zen Core Architecture

“Zen” Core Architecture

The powerful and efficient “Zen” core in every AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ processor

Enmotus FuzeDrive™ for AMD Ryzen™ Processors

Enmotus FuzeDrive™ for AMD Ryzen™

Accelerate your PC with Faster, Smarter, Easier storage technology. Exclusively for AMD Ryzen™ desktop processors3

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper

Overwhelming Processing Power and a Platform Light Years Ahead

The Ryzen™ Threadripper 1950X is the first 16-Core processor on a consumer desktop PC, ever.4

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

Up to 16 cores and 32 threads for lightning-fast creative workloads.

An unprecedented 64 PCIe® Gen3 lanes to meet large GPU and NVMe needs.

Up to 40MB of combined cache for rapid access to large data sets.

Quad channel DDR4 with support for ECC for reliable throughput.

X399 Logo

The ultimate platform for PC enthusiasts

Thermal solutions for Ryzen Threadripper'

Exceptional processors deserve exceptional cooling

Thermal solutions for Ryzen™ Threadripper processors from our partners

Building your own PC with a Ryzen™ Threadripper processor?

Learn more about the premium motherboard designs from our partners.

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ASRock X399 Motherboard

ASRock X399 Taichi

ASUS Motherboard

ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme

Gigabyte X399 Motherboard Image

GIGABYTE X399 AORUS Gaming 7

MSI X399 Motherboard

MSI X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC

Dell Area 51

The Alienware Area-51 Threadripper™ Edition

The choice platform for gamers, creators, and streamers who appreciate high performance and need high core counts.

Model Specifications

Footnotes

The CES Innovation Awards are based upon descriptive materials submitted to the judges. Consumer Technology Association did not verify the accuracy of any submission or of any claims made and did not test the item to which the award was given.

*AMD SenseMI technology is built into all Ryzen™ processors, but specific features and their enablement may vary by product and platform.  For specific capabilities of different processor models, visit www.amd.com/ryzenspecs. If your system is pre-built, contact your manufacturer for additional information. 

  1. Testing by AMD Performance labs as of July 22, 2017 on the following systems. PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on driver versions used. System Configurations: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X processors on an ASUS ROG X399 Zenith Extreme motherboard, Intel Core i9-7900X processor on an X299 AORUS Gaming9 motherboard. All systems equipped with 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 RAM, Samsung 850 PRO 512GB SSD, Windows 10 RS2 operating system, Geforce TX 1080 Ti graphics adapter, Graphics driver 384.76 :: 7/22/2017. Cinebench R15 nT is used to simulate multi-threaded CPU performance; the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper 1950X scored 3042, while the Intel Core i9-7900X Extreme scored 2212 for a benchmark score comparison of 3042/2212 = 1.38× or 38% more on AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X; the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper 1920X scored 2451 for a benchmark score comparison of 2451/2212 = 1.11× or 11% more on AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X. Cinebench R15 1T is used to simulate single-threaded CPU performance; the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper 1950X scored 167, while the Intel Core i9-7900X Extreme scored 197 for a benchmark score comparison of 167/197 = 0.85× or 15% less on AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X; the AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper 1920X scored 167 for a benchmark score comparison of 167/197 = 0.85× or 15% less on AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X. The AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper 1950X scored 3042, while the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X (AMD’s fastest consumer desktop processor prior to Threadripper) scored 1601 for a benchmark score comparison of 3042/1601 = 1.90× or 90% more on AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X. RZN-45
  2. AMD product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via AMD hardware. GD-26
  3. Testing by AMD Performance labs as of 12/21/2017 on the following system. PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on driver versions used. System Configs:  AMD Ryzen 5 1600X, GA-AX370 AORUS Gaming 5 motherboard, 16GB of dual-channel DDR3-3200,  Graphics driver 23.20.768.0 (17.40), and a Seagate Barracuda 500GB boot drive.  When Enmotus FuzeDrive was enabled, a Samsung 950 PRO NVMe drive was added to the drive pool. Without Enmotus FuzeDrive for Ryzen, the system took 28.611 seconds to complete a boot to Windows via Explorer; 21.421 seconds to initialize SMSS; 2.274 seconds to initialize the Windows Logon; 56.04 seconds to launch Adobe Premiere; 59.27 seconds to launch Adobe Photoshop; and 85.09 seconds to launch DOOM®. With Enmotus FuzeDrive for Ryzen enabled, the system took 10.534 seconds to complete a boot to Windows via Explorer (28.611/10.534=272%, or 172% faster); 3.926 seconds to initialize SMSS (21.421/3.926=546%, or 446% faster); 1.461 seconds to initialize the Windows Logon (2.274/1.461=156%, or 56% faster); 8.27 seconds to launch Adobe Premiere (56.04/8.27=678%, or 578% faster); 5.75 seconds to launch Adobe Photoshop (59.27/5.75=1031%, or 931% faster); and 38.77 seconds to launch DOOM (59.27/38.77=219%, or 119% faster). RZN-116
  4. Before the Threadripper 1950X, the most cores on a desktop CPU was 10, on the Intel Core i7-6950K. RZN-95