The Lenovo ThinkStation P620 is the first device of its kind to run on the Ryzen Threadripper PRO platform
AMD has announced the latest and possibly most business-focused variants of its Ryzen 3000 line-up. The flagship for these new Threadripper PROs is, in accordance with its recent leaks, called the 3995WX. It is a 64-core - and, thus, 128-thread - processor. It is accompanied by the 3975WX (32-core/64-thread); 3955WX (16/32) and 3945WX (12/24).
These processors also have base clocks, boost clocks, cache sizes and DRAM support much in line with their latest advance specs-spill. However, a practically synonymous launch by Lenovo was rather less well-predicted. The OEM touts its new P620 as "the world's first Ryzen Threadripper PRO workstation". Its specs confirm the fact that these processors can support no less than 8 DIMM slots.
Furthermore, each of these slots can support 64GB of memory; therefore, a P620 ThinkStation can conceivably support up to 512GB of DDR4 3200MHz RAM in total. Lenovo also blithely mentions the new professional terminal's 6 PCIe 4.0 lanes, that can support up to x16 full-height and -length 75W cards in some cases, as well as its options on up to 24GB GDDR6 NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 graphics.
Therefore, the potential new normal for designer-grade computing may have been elevated to the extreme by this new Threadripper PRO 3000 series. However, neither AMD nor Lenovo have mentioned when their new processors or workstations will become available.