Motherboard for new Ryzen Threadripper CPU impresses with power subsystem

This month, AMD will introduce the third-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors. According to recent rumors, on November 5 we will be shown Threadripper 3960X, Threadripper 3970X and Threadripper 3990X, while the first two will go on sale on November 19, and the flagship will be delayed until January.

Gigabyte has already decided to start fueling interest in future updates by publishing a photo of the Aorus TRX40 Xtreme motherboard.

From the photo you can find out that the power subsystem will be at least 16-phase. Most likely, the serial product, it will be hidden behind a massive radiator. Given the expected TDP of over 250 watts for top CPUs, neither a powerful power subsystem nor a good cooling system will be superfluous.

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