Threadripper Pro Goes Gaming With Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Cloud Gaming Plan

Hot on the heels of Nvidia’s new RTX 3080 Cloud Gaming announcement, AMD has revealed that its Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors might be powering Nvidia’s new RTX 3080 Superpods. Threadripper Pro will give Nvidia the CPU horsepower and PCIe bandwidth it wants to assist drive the 39,200 TFLOPS of gaming efficiency every Superpod server will present.

AMD didn’t specify which Threadripper Pro CPUs could be utilized in Nvidia’s Superpods, nevertheless, we assume the servers might be outfitted with AMD’s newest Threadripper Pro merchandise based mostly on the Zen 2 structure. AMD’s Zen 3 based mostly Threadripper CPUs are nonetheless in improvement.

“The Ryzen Threadripper Pro lineup was designed to supply customers unimaginable efficiency and unequalled bandwidth and units the business normal for excessive computing efficiency throughout a spread of use circumstances, together with the rapidly-growing cloud gaming area,” mentioned Chris Kilburn, company vp and normal supervisor of the consumer part enterprise at AMD mentioned in an announcement. “Working with Nvidia, it’s clear that the expansive function set of Ryzen Threadripper Pro is the proper platform to energy their next-generation cloud gaming expertise.”

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