A little over a week ago we reported the rumor according to which the next processors based on the microarchitettura Zen 4 of AMD (remember that the current 5000 series takes advantage of the Zen 3), they will offer a 20% increase at CPI level compared to the current generation, in line with that of Ryzen 3000 to 5000. Once again, also, it seems that the maximum number of cores of the consumer line will be 16 cores, but the possibility in the future to reach up to 24 is not excluded. core.
Unfortunately, on the occasion of the recent Computex 2021 AMD hasn’t revealed a new roadmap, and that hasn’t made it possible to find out when its new product series will hit the market. However, as reported by colleagues at VideoCardz,
, a well-known leaker who had correctly predicted and posted the entire content of the keynote at Computex, claimed that in the fourth quarter of 2022 both the new Ryzen 7000 series and the Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards will be launched (based on architecture RDNA 3). The leaker also stated that Zen 3 processors refresh (which will be part of the line XT) will arrive in the course of first quarter of next year, so as to offer some news waiting for Raphael.
RDNA3 and ZEN4 will be launched around the same time.— vegeta (@Broly_X1) June 7, 2021
RDNA3 will tape out later this year.
Obviously, as usual, we remind you that it is only alleged leaks and to take this information with the due dose of skepticism waiting for an official announcement.
Apparently, AMD CPUs continue to convince consumers more and more, as evidenced by our guide to the best CPUs, so much so that, according to the monthly survey compiled by Steam users (which is purely indicative), their share continues to increase. . For more details, we advise you to read our dedicated article.
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