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After the seemingly eternal thing, partly due to the long-term accumulation of official announcements, the new 3rd generation AMD Ryzen Threadripperready TRX40 motherboard is now available for everyone and your uncle to buy at will.
To celebrate, let's quickly see what all the fuss means. We have also compiled a practical guide on where you can choose one of the new boards.
As the name suggests, the new motherboard is designed to work with AMD's sTRX4 chipset and the new series of third-generation Threadripper processors.
AMD said that the chipset is aimed at users who often start heavy workloads like their machines, such as content creators, creatives, professionals and enthusiasts.
As for the CPU itself, first we have Threadripper 3960x, 24 cores, 48 threads, four-channel DDR4 memory, 3.8 GHz base clock speed, up to 4.5 GHz, 140 MB combined cache, 88 PCIe channels and 280 W TDP.
Next, we have Threadripper 3970X with 32 cores, 64 threads, four-channel DDR4 memory, 3.7 GHz base speed, up to 4.5 GHz boot, 144 MB combined cache, 88 PCIe channels and 280 W TDP.
In addition to supporting the new Threadripper chip, the sTRX4 chipset also provides PCIe 4.0 connections, 12 native USB 3.2 Gen2 ports, up to 2 x4 NVMe ports, up to 20 SATA ports, multi-GPU support via CrossFire and SLI, Overclocking, ECC support and SATA RAID 0, 1, 10.
At the time of writing, MSI, ASUS, GIGABYTE and ASRock have put their hats on track and released the TRX40 motherboard model. There are no less than 11 models to choose from, and there may be more models to choose from, we have many options to choose from.
MSI has Creator TRX40, TRX40 PRO WiFi and TRX40 PRO 10G.
ASUS ships three models; ROG Strix TRX40E, Prime TRX40PRO and ROG Zenith II Extreme.
Gigabyte provides TRX40 Aorus Xtreme, TRX40 Aorus Master and TRX40 Aorus Pro Wifi.
Finally, ASRock is whipping TRX40 Creator and TRX40 Taichi.