WHEW. Those are a lot of cores, perfect for rendering and multi-computing needs!
Technological advances in computing have taken a huge step forward for consumers as Lenovo announces the ThinkStation P620, the "world's first AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro Workstation". With 64 cores, up to 4.0Ghz clock speeds, 128 lanes of PCIe 4.0 bandwidth, and 8-channel memory support, the ThinkStation P620 is the first single-CPU consumer desktop to achieve such heights.
There are other customisable options that can be picked to go with the Threadripper, and is entirely up to the consumer's preference and uses. You can choose from a range of operating systems such as Windows 10 Pro, Ubuntu's Linux or Red Hat's Linux, and the ThinkStation MOBO supports up to two NVIDIA Quadro RTX8000 or four NVIDIA Quadro RTX4000 graphics cards. The motherboard also supports up to 512GB of DDR4-3200 RAM (8 slots), and supports a total of six drives including up to two M.2 and four 3.5" drives. You can check out the full specifications (and the corresponding prices here).
While this beast is not available to the public yet, chances are this will be used for industrial-grade work that requires such computing power for rendering, 3D artwork, animations, or artificial intelligence uses. It definitely goes above and beyond if you are planning to use it for gaming though - I mean, I'm guessing my Minecraft would look MIND-BLOWING if rn on this machine. Can't wait for it to be released to the public!