Motherboard manufacturers recently updated their website with the arrival of X399 platform. The CPU support pages list yet unannounced CPU called Ryzen Threadripper 1920, a slower variant of the 1920X.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920
This is the first Threadripper with TDP at 140W (others are 180W). According to ASUS, Gigabyte and ASRock the new SKU is still 12-core processor, but the clock speeds are lower compared to 1920X. The base clock of TR 1920 is 3200 MHz, whereas the turbo clock is reported at 3800 MHz. By not including XFR frequency, we could say that 1920 is roughly ~200 MHz slower than X-variants of Threadripper CPUs.
Technically the only unknown is the price, which should be in-between 799 USD (1920X) and 549 USD (TR 1900X).
AMD is also likely to introduce non-X variants of the 1950X and 1900X later. This would leave Threadripper 1000 series with a total of 6 SKUs.
|AMD Threadripper Series|
|Processor||Cores/ Threads||Base Clock||Turbo Clock||Price||TDP|
GIGABYTE X399 GAMING 7
ASUS ROG ZENITH EXTREME
ASROCK X399 series