It has been reported that AMD could launch some of their enthusiast-segment Ryzen ThreadRipper high-end desktop (HEDT) processors on July 27, 2017. Apparently on this day you will be able to purchase retail packages of certain models of ThreadRipper. You will also be able to purchase gaming desktops and workstations featuring the processors.
AMD will likely launch around four SKUs, two 12-core models, and two 16-core models. By the end of 2017 the company is expected to have nine models released. Of course launching with these Ryzen ThreadRipper chips will be motherboards based on AMD’s X399 chipset that feature the massive TR4 (SP3r2) socket. We saw a good amount of these boards at Computex.