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The first-gen Threadripper only had two dies, and even the WX series was a bit weird internally, with two of the four dies not being able to perform IO.

I know it's not a big difference, but given the changes to IO and the 16 core consumer version, I don't see why there would be any internal difference to EPYC this time around (which this article claims will have a variable number of chiplets).

The only difference would be the number of DDR channels I guess, yeah.

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