AMD’s First-Gen Ryzen Threadripper Processor Now Costs Just $260
If you have been looking for a processor that offers excellent multithreaded performance without breaking the bank, you might want to consider the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X. The chip is now retailing for as low as $259.99, a whopping 66 percent decrease from its launch price of $799.
This CPU is enough for setting up a workstation or a small-scale server for productivity-oriented tasks. This 12-core chip is from AMD's first-generation of Ryzen Threadripper series and has 24 threads and 38MB of total cache memory. It has a base clock that reaches 3.5GHz and a 4.0GHz boost clock. The multiplier is unlocked, which means it can be overclocked to further increase the performance.
The processor also supports quad-channel RAM and offers memory speeds up to 2667MHz. As far as PCIe connectivity is concerned, the Threadripper 1920X supports 64 PCIe lanes, which means multiple PCIe storage arrays and graphics cards can be run in your motherboard while experiencing full speeds.
You can head over to Amazon right now to get your hands on the Threadripper 1920X for just $276. It’s also available on B&H Photo for only $259.99. If you think this is the processor you need, hurry up and get one while the stock lasts, as we believe it might fly off the shelves before we know it. After all, at this new rate of $260, the Threadripper 1920X is one of the cheapest 12-core chips on the market.