AMD is crushing Intel when it comes to core and thread counts with its 32-core Threadripper 2, but it’s also beating the company to market. While its rival’s 28-core chip is set to arrive in late 2018, the second generation Threadripper will be here sometime during the third quarter of this year.

This amazing product of AMD (32-core Threadripper 2) doubles the original chip’s 16 cores and 32 threads and is based on the same 12nm ZEN+ architecture as AMD’s latest Ryzen desktop CPUs.

32-core Threadripper 2 runs in the same TR4 socket as its predecessor, will be air-cooled and have an estimated 250W TDP rating. There will also be other versions of 32-core Threadripper 2, including one with 24 cores.

Lisa Su, president and CEO of AMD, said that 400 million PCs and console gamers use machines that run on Radeon graphics. She also announced 7-nanometer Epyc processors for enterprise and data centers, which are set to launch in 2019.

You can watch this video to learn more about 32-core Threadripper 2

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