Do you remember Project Quantum? According to the earliest design, the quantum plan project corresponded to an ITX-sized mini-machine and supported water cooling. Where it was developed, AMD didn’t have a handy processor, so the platform was designed with Intel CPU plus AMD GPU. Four years ago, AMD confirmed that quantum plans were updated to an computational combination of amD Zen architecture processors and Vega GPUs, but then went without the following.
Recently, some netizens found that AMD in April this year submitted a quantum plan host patent file, it seems to mean that this dusty device resurrected.
In terms of form factor, quantum planning is very chic, simply consisting of two parts, one for computing platforms and one for radiators and fans.
In the new patent, we also see a dense interface on the back of the host.
Given that the Zen3 architecture Ryzen 5000 processor is already available and AMD will update the RDNA2 architecture GPU at the end of the month, it is speculated that the configuration should be upgraded synchronously if there are plans to be available this year and next.