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Msi launches new x570 compatible gaming motherboards

As we struggle with the release of AMD's 3rd Gen Ryzen 3000 Threadripper CPU, leaks are increasing. Today, it comes straight from motherboard maker MSI, which seems to confirm some earlier rumors about what we can get from AMD's new processors. The problematic leak

was a new motherboard created by the MSI Creator TRX40, which was featured in the Steam gift card promotion for the purchase of select MSI products, including new motherboards. Message

shows that MSI is manufacturing more than one motherboard for the new Threadripper; MSI Creator TRX40 and a hypothetical professional version called MSI TRX40 PRO 10G. These join the series of compatible models that ASUS and Gigabyte have announced.

Unfortunately, the promotion failed to provide a specification sheet for the MSI Creator TRX40, but an appropriate announcement should be made now because the cat is no longer there.

The following is what we know about Ryzen Threadripper CPU so far. As far as we know, CPUs will be divided into two types of chipsets, one for high-end enthusiast manufacturers and the other for workstations, called TRX40 and WRX80. The

TRX40 variant includes 1TB memory support, thanks to four-channel memory, UDIMM support, two DIMMs per channel, 256GB per channel, 64 PCIe Gen 4 channels, and TDP up to 280 W.

As for WRX80, it will have 8 channels of DDR43200 as UDIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM up to 2TB of memory, as well as PCIe 96128 Gen 4 channels and up to 280W TDP. The architecture and the number of increased cores are about 64 cores and 128 threads. The slim design of the chip should also lead to better cache usage and reduced latency, thus improving overall responsiveness. AMD's

Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series is expected to launch next month.

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