AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 “Storm Peak” gets preliminary CPU-Z support

Published: May 27th 2023, 07:55 GMT   Comments

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 “Storm Peak” gets early CPU-Z support

The software gets a first major update in 3 months. 

The latest version of CPU-Z information and monitoring software on version 2.06 has now been updated to support the latest Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA hardware. For Intel, this means support for some new Alder Lake-N SKUs and Xeon Sapphire Rapids data-center CPU series. NVIDIA RTX 4070 and 4060 Ti are now supported by the software as well.

CPU-Z developers have also added a lot of AMD’s new hardware. The Dragon Range (aka Raphael for laptops) Ryzen 7000HX series are now supported by the software, along with the just-released Radeon RX 7600 GPU. More importantly, there is a first update for Threadripper 7000 codenamed “Storm Peak”.

The software does not full support the upcoming HEDT series yet, chances are ‘preliminary’ simply means it can recognize the architecture but not specific SKUs. AMD did not confirm when such CPUs would launch, not to mention any specific SKUs.

CPU-Z 2.06

  • Intel N97, N95 and N50 (ADL-N, 6W to 15W).
  • AMD Dragon Range Ryzen 9 7945HX (16c/55-75W), 7845HX (12c/45-75W), Ryzen 7 7745HX (8c/45-75W), 7645HX (6c/45-75W).
  • Zhaoxin C-1080 IGP (KX-6000G).
  • Zhaoxin KH-40000 YongFeng (12/16/32c).
  • NVIDIA RTX 4070 (AD104-250).
  • NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti (AD106-350).
  • AMD Radeon RX 7600 (Navi 33 XL).
  • Intel Xeon Sapphire Rapids platform.
  • Preliminary support for AMD Storm Peak platform.
  • Zhaoxin KX-6000G/4 CPU.

According to ASUS, AMD could launch their Threadripper 7000 series in the second half of 2023, but there has been no official confirmation directly from AMD. The new series would require a new TR5 socket and new DDR5 memory. The underlying architecture has been upgraded to Zen4.

The product codenamed “Storm Peak” could once again be offered in WS (Workstation aka Threadripper PRO) and HEDT (consumer high-end desktop) designs. The latter would support up to quad-channel DDR5 memory and have 64 PCIe Gen5 lanes, while PRO would have those specs doubled.

VideoCardz.comAMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000Intel Xeon W3400/W2400
Codename“Storm Peak”“Chagall”“Caste Peak”“Sapphire Rapids-112/64L”
Launch DateQ3 2023 (rumored)Q1 2022Q4 2019 (HEDT)
Q2 2020 (PRO/WS)
Q1 2023 (W3400)
Q2 2023 (W2400)
ArchitectureZen4Zen3Zen2Golden Cove
Max Core CountTBC646456
Max CPU ClockTBC4.5 GHz4.3 GHz4.8 GHz
Memory SupportDDR5DDR4-3200DDR4-3200DDR5-4800
Memory Channels8x DDR5 (WS)
4x DDR5 (HEDT)
8x DDR48x DDR4 (WS)
4x DDR4 (HEDT)
8x DDR5 (W3400)
4x DDR5 (W2400)
PCIe Support128x PCIe Gen5 (WS)
64x PCIe Gen5 (HEDT)
128x PCIe Gen4128x PCIe Gen4 (WS)
64x PCIe Gen4 (HEDT)
112x PCIe Gen5 (W3400)
64x PCIe Gen5 (W2400)
Max TDPTBC280W280W350W
OC SupportHEDT SKUsYesYes“X” SKUs

Source: CPU-Z

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