The generation of desktop processors destined to hit the market next year is named after another famous Renaissance artist - and includes several features that should make everyone excited
An intriguing leaked roadmap has been with us for over half a year, with code names and key features for the future products of AMD To the various segments of the market. After several stamp hits based on its original cropped version - now it turns out that there are more parts in the same photo that have come into the hands of those willing to share the entire network with the findings.
Following the launch of the mobile Ryzen 5000 generation, under the code names Cezanne and Lucienne and a sensible (yet confusing combination for consumers) combination between the Zen 3 cores and the Zen 2 cores, the company's next move for home consumers is to be at the launch of Dor Processors Desktops under the code name Warhol - probably under the Ryzen 6000 branding and with the option to use cores Zen Improved 3 Plus based on a slightly more advanced 6 nm process than the one that provides us with theZen 3 these days.
The main innovation is in the unveiling of another brick named Raphael in full, as the heir and successor of Warhol - with cores Zen 4 innovations in a leading production process of 5 nm, in addition to built-in graphic cores from theships 2, which in turn is based on the architecture of theRDNA 2 which also stars in the new generation of consoles of course.
The launch of this product family, presumably under the Ryzen 7000 branding, is set to take place over the next year and beyond the logical progression to the next generation of cores Zen, Which according to leaks and other reports is intended to provide another double-digit jump in performance together with the impressive features of Zen 3 - The addition of cores ships 2 graphics can be even more intriguing and significant, if one assumes that the intention is to turn most processor models into APUs.
In the past, it was Intel that insisted on including graphics cores in the vast majority of its processors, even those designed primarily for gamers and creators who use dedicated graphics cards anyway, thus obviating the existence of the add-on on silicon that certainly does not help prices become lower and more convenient. With the onset of the Ryzen era proved AMD Because it is also possible otherwise when it chose not to include graphics cores in most of its desktop models, and even led Intel to partially adopt the approach with the launch of submodels with the extension F or KF - but still for AMD There have been counter-arguments for some time, due to the lack of a proper selection of desktop models as they include built-in graphics cores for the benefit of a consumer niche that needs it.
In other words, generation RYZEN New with a significant range of products including modern and worthy built-in graphic cores could further expand the Red Camp target audience.
Hopefully for more details on Warhol, Raphael, Chagall and also Van Gogh (a new family of mobile products designed to integrate Zen 2 cores along with RDNA 2 architecture for graphics processing) of AMD early.