The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 “Storm Peak” CPU is a 5 nm chip built on the Zen 4 architecture, and it was just discovered in the Einstein database. According to its OPN code, this Ryzen Threadripper 7000, which has 64 cores and 128 threads and is based on Zen 4, is the first entry.
A fresh engineering sample of an AMD Ryzen CPU with the Zen 4 architecture has just appeared online, even though the upcoming Threadripper processors need more time to release. The chip has 64 cores and 128 threads, discovered by Einstein.
The database above entry reveals that the chip has a cache memory of 1 MB, and the system it was installed in has 32 GB of memory. The OPN code of this engineering sample is 100-000000454-20 Y, corresponding to a “Family 25 Model 24 Stepping 1” part, despite the lack of technical information like the chip’s frequency. These claim that the questioned processor is the first AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 CPU with the 5 nm Zen 4 core architecture to have been discovered online.
Some of the future Ryzen Threadripper 7000 chips will probably debut on the SP5/TR5 socket previously made available for the Genoa and Bergamo parts because this chip has fewer cores—64—than the 96 found in EPYC Genoa chips. It wouldn’t be the first time AMD released new chips compatible with older motherboards and chip sets, and it would increase the value of the processors.
At least initially, AMD intends to designate the next-generation “Storm Peak” CPUs as “PRO,” Availability for residential customers may be restricted.