Increased shipping time and cost

Due to the effect of COVID-19 on the shipping business, shipments are taking longer to reach their destination and the cost is increased. Current orders using registered airmail take an additional week to get delivered (total time 2-4 weeks). DHL orders seem to take up to 10 days instead of the usual 3-5 days. Registered…

Problems with emails to

Currently emails being sent from the website to email addresses using are not reaching their destination, including order confirmations and shipping notices. If you have questions about your order, you can use the on-site support or join our Discord.

AMD Threadripper 3990X 64-core Processor

With the release of a 64-core Threadripper, AMD is not holding back anything anymore. It’s as close to a full-fledged EPYC processor as you can get on the TRX4 platform, possibly with the exception of RDIMM support. If the product makes sense for consumers or not can be discussed, but for overclockers and enthusiasts it’s an incredible display.

Customer Survey

In order to improve current and future products, it would be great to know what your experience has been like with ElmorLabs and its products so far. It’s relatively short and shouldn’t take more than a minute or two to complete. Much obliged!

Chinese New Year 2020

Update 2020-03-02: Orders are now processed as usual  Update: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak order shipments are stalled indefinitely. Due to Chinese New Year holidays from Jan 23rd to 31st, no orders will be shipped out during those dates. Surrounding days will also experience delays. Please take this into considering before placing your order.

Intel Core i9-10980XE: 5 GHz on 18 cores

With Intel’s 10 nm products not yet being ready for the desktop market, they’ve had to get creative with their product releases. In a third processor update for the X299 platform they present us with Cascade Lake-X. It arrives with promises of increased performance through frequency bumps, courtesy of another advancement in 14 nm process technology.

AMD Threadripper 3000: 30% faster at 30% lower power

After releasing Zen 2 for mainstream desktop as Ryzen 3000 and for server as EPYC 7002, AMD is following up with a 7 nm update to the Threadripper platform. While desktop users are mostly concerned with performance over power, improvements to energy efficiency usually allows for higher overall performance. The release of second generation Threadripper processors in 2018 increased the peak core count from 16 to 32 resulting in escalated power consumption. This article takes a look at how Zen 2’s improved energy efficiency translates to raw performance for high-end desktops.

Ryzen 9 3950X Cinebench R15 - Single benchmark

A look at the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X

Since it was first discovered the latest product line of AMD mainstream desktop processors would be configured with up to two CCD (Core Complex Dies) there has been anticipation for a 16-core model. With the release of the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X, the highest available core count in this segment has doubled in the past…