A photograph taken from a closed event to Gigabyte's partners reveals, apparently, the company's launch plans AMD For the first half of next year - with new leading Ryzen processors, a new chipset and probably much more bandwidth for connecting to graphics cards and drives NVMe Quick.
According to the documentation in question, generation processors RYZEN 3000 (under the code name Matisse, which we heard about two years ago) is intended for presentation in June, as part of the largest Computex exhibition in Taiwan - ostensibly as a rank above the processors.RYZEN 2000, which may reinforce the assumptions that more processing cores appear on the flagship models of the new generation, with 12 or 16 cores as the maximum leading the guess tables.
The new generation processors will be launched alongside a new chipset called the X570 that will join the current list that also includes the X470 and B450 under the AM4 bracket (and not to forget the first generation X370 and B350 as well) - with the highlight being PCI-Express arterial support 4.0 Similar to the Zen 2 products in the server world, with a maximum bandwidth double what can be reached in PCI-Express 3.0 arteries today. A variety of tests have shown that even the most advanced video cards are not limited by the bandwidth available in motherboards in the current era, but planning redundancy for the future is something we will never oppose - and also something that may spur an update of the M.2 standard for higher speeds. Once for drives SSD Advanced "NVMe.
It would be interesting to find out how AMD Will compete for its promise of backward support for motherboards and chipsets from previous generations - and especially how it will try to surprise us this time in the cost-benefit segment that has already become its main weapon in the face of competition. Want to try and guess? Feel free to do so in the comments!