The heir to the Raven Ridge processor generation was first revealed in a performance test database - codenamed Picasso
Ryzen's processors AMD The Raven Ridge family, the first in the new era that also includes built-in graphics cores, did not become as big a commercial success as their Summit Ridge siblings, but are a very important foundation for the chip developer's path - even in competition in the budget desktop processor market and especially in the mobile world we are thirsty for. See real competition for the absolute control of Intel. Now, we seem to be getting first validation of the programs in the field.
In a performance test database named Userbenchmark A mention has been made of a video card for the season called Radeon Picasso, so far with no real results that make it possible to understand its capabilities - but the network believes that these are in fact the graphic cores built into the next APU generation of AMD, According to a road map that appeared on the network almost a year ago and presented the code name in question. The accuracy of that road map has been questionable so far, but now cross-data seems to be based on the little information it offers consumers.
The Picasso processors, which, like Raven Ridge, will be designed for both the AM4 stationary market and the mobile market in a welded FP5 chassis, are not expected to offer growth in the maximum number of processing cores available, but should be based on cores Zen Plus, probably with built-in cores in the architecture,Vega Like today - with a promise of improving the ratio of performance to their power consumption.
Picasso models are destined for 2019 according to the road map, but based on the fact that Raven Ridge models appeared under 2018, there seems to be a good chance that the first buds of the series will be launched this year, and of course will accompany us for most of next year. We will keep our fingers crossed that there will be as much performance improvement here as possible, both in the general processing capabilities but especially in the graphics processing capabilities (with more units in the coreVega Inside), with a wider range of models and keeping the levels as attractive as possible. We will continue to follow and update you.