AMD towards the beginning of this year took the wraps off its long-awaited Ryzen set of computer processors. However, it doesn’t appear like the company is done with the Cpu industry and it looks like there are new launches coming up. If reports are true, then the company is apparently working on a new line-up of Ryzen processors, that will be introduced on August 10th at one of the company’s events.

The upcoming set of CPUs have been titled, ‘Ryzen Threadripper’ processors, and are expected to come with the ability to deliver impressive overclocking speeds.

The best part about the upcoming product is the fact that they are going to fall well within the affordable category. Let’s take a look at what is known regarding the upcoming set of GPU processors.

Price of the device

According to a report published by Tech Radar, the upcoming set of GPU processors is going to come in multiple variants: 8-core processors, 12-core processors and 16-core processors as well. The latest set-up is going to be introduced on August 10th, 2017 and is expected to be available for purchase at a starting price of $549.

Specifications of the GPU

The upcoming AMD-powered Ryzen 9 Threadripper set of processors are reportedly going to feature at least 16 cores and roughly 32 threads.

Several reports have indicated that the latest innovation serves as the successor to the Ryzen 1950X processors that the company introduced earlier this month.

As can be recalled, the company launched Ryzen 1920X – which comes limited at 12 cores, and 1900X – which comes limited at 8 cores and 16 threads, just earlier this month.

As far as the Amd Ryzen Threadripper 1950X is concerned, the latest set of GPU cards reportedly have the ability to deliver a really high speed.

In fact, they have been discovered to be able to run at a base Clock Speed of 3.4GHz, and a boost clock speed of 4.0GHz. On the other hand, the Ryzen Threadripper 1920X is expected to run at a base clock speed of 3.5GHz, and a boost clock speed of 4.0GHz.

Lastly, as far as the AMD 1900X is concerned, the latest set of GPU comes with the base clock speed of 3.8GHz, and the card delivers a boost clock speed of 4.0GHz.

Given that the latest set of cards will probably fall in direct competition with Intel’s Core i9 processors, which sport roughly 32 threads and come along with 16 cores – it sure is going to be a tough fight between the two. Stay tuned for more updates.