A new exemplary roadmap indicates that we should give some thought to the processor family Core-X new in the near future - and also on the Rocket Lake generation
Our current plans include launching contracts for a new family of mobile processor families Intel Before the end of the year, Tiger Lake and Lakefield, plus the modelsComet Lake Already launched a few months ago - but now the stationary home market seems to have to feel itself once more like the step-brother, with only one launch already happening.
Slide that found its way to the network, allegedly from one of the updates given to its business partners Intel, Introduces the company's roadmap to the home market later this year - without the launch of a high-end desktop (HEDT) generation to replace Cascade Lake-X that arrived in November 2019 and without the launch of the Rocket Lake-S generation intended to be The basis for the family of processorsCore The 11th in number.
The slide indicates and shows the launches of processors Comet Lake-H reinforced for mobile and processors Comet Lake-S desktops alongside the new 400 series chipsets, but there seems to be no new launch plans in all of these categories (except for other models under the same series that are already available) - all launches that will follow in 2020, if they do, will be for the family of economical mobile processors U or from the Y family below.
We are still looking forward to the launch of new Ryzen 4000 desktop processors, with and without built-in graphical cores and architectural cores Zen attitude 2 and also in architecture Zen attitude 3, while at the same time having the potential to launch a processor generation Threadripper A new Wednesday for which we do not even have significant details - so if you choose to rely on the slide in question, it seems that most of the action that we still expect this year in the stationary market will come from the Red Camp, similarly that most of the action in the mobile world will actually belong to Intel.