AMD’s next-gen HEDT flagship has leaked out. The Ryzen Threadripper 7995WX featuring 96 cores and 384MB of L3 cache has surfaced over at the SiSoft database. Leveraging the Storm Peak platform and the SP5/SP6 socket, these high-end workstation processors will support many of the capabilities of the Epyc Genoa family, including (up to) 8-channel memory support and roughly the same number of PCIe Gen 5 lanes.
The Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7995WX features 96 Zen 4 cores across 12 CCDs, each consisting of 32MB of L3 cache. This results in 96MB (1MB per core) of L2 and 384MB of L3 cache. The CPU was observed running at a peak single-core clock of 5.14GHz, which may or may not be accurate.
The Storm Peak flagship will leverage 8-channel memory and 128 PCIe Gen 5 lanes on the SP6 socket. In terms of performance, we’re looking at gains of up to 70% over the existing TR PRO 5995WX flagship. These are inclusive of the additional 32 cores and a higher IPC.
A screenshot of a Zen 4 Threadripper has also surfaced (Via Yuuki_AnS). The processor in question is the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7985WX. It has a TDP of 350W and likely features around 64 cores.