We are only in April, but we can now declare that AMD Made a major improvement in the state of the world thanks to the launch of the mobile Renoir models - but that may not be all, because by all the latest signs we should also get a taste of theZen attitude The new 3 in the desktop market during 2020. The planning for launching Ryzen 4000 stationary processors during 2020 has been clear before, in line with the previous three Ryzen launches each year since 2017 - but we now have recent evidence that the new models will indeed be based on the coreZen attitude 3 (meaning we will not have a generation Zen attitude 2 Plus, as opposed to 2018), and will be coming to us in less than six months.
According to the Taiwanese website Digitimes, Which deals with internal details and data from major hardware manufacturers in the East, atAMD We planned to announce the Ryzen 4000 desktop processors, with the code name Vermeer, as part of the large Computex exhibition in Taipei in early June 2020 - but the postponement of the exhibition to the end of September to increase the likelihood of decay of the Corona epidemic also brought AMD To divert the plans for the rest of the year, and now the announcement is scheduled for August or September, perhaps again as part of Computex 2020.
The Ryzen 4000 generation is expected to be based on Zen 3 cores, as mentioned, which in turn will be adapted to the new N7 Plus lithography from TSMC that first integrates EUV (Extreme Ultra Violet) technologies for some of the chip manufacturing stages - with estimates up to 20 percent improvement The density of the practical transistors compared to the first-generation 7 nm lithography on which the Zen 2 cores of AMD, Along with a potential 10 percent improvement in performance under the same power consumption. It will not be the same meteoric enhancement as the transition from 14 nm and 12 nm to 7 nm between Zen (and Zen Plus) and Zen 2, but it may well be enough to place the products of AMD As the new performance leaders in all important aspects and metrics, increasing even more pressure on the competitor Intel.
B-AMD The issue has not yet been formally addressed, but there are estimates and hopes that the Ryzen 4000 generation will continue to be based on our well-known and familiar AM4, with partial back support that will give more users the opportunity to upgrade at a competitive price - and if it does, it will be another advantage over the processors. -Comet Lake's future and current Intel, Which will certainly be based on a new LGA1200 bracket that will require upgrades from the Purchaser Motherboard New alongside the new processor.
Let's hope to get more pieces of information about the new home products AMD In the coming weeks - and of course we will also make sure you stay up to date on all the important details.