AMD today reported its 2019 Q3 results, the highest revenue in 14 years and the highest operating profit in seven years, thanks to a 36 percent jump in revenue from its computing and graphics division, thanks to 7nm processors. AMD this year pre-empted the 7nm Ryzen 3000 processor, surpassing its old rival Intel in the process, which was rare in the past, and although it paid a heavy price for the 7nm process, AMD proved to be a success.
For the Ryzen 3000 processor, the architecture, performance are very good, there is a problem is that the acceleration frequency is not as good as the Friends Core processor, this issue also attracted the attention of analysts at the earnings conference, want to understand what is going on with AMD, the problem solved no.
In response, AMD CEO Lisa Su said analysts’ questions related to 7nm Ryzen, and from a business perspective, AMD was pleased with its accomplishments.
Su Zifeng said that they have been through ODM and motherboard partners to carry out some platform optimization, to try to improve the highest frequency optimization problem, in the past few weeks, this problem has been resolved.
In addition, Su zifeng also promised that over time, AMD will continue to update and optimize the Ryzen 3000 platform.
Su also stressed that in the next few weeks, the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X processor and the next generation of Ryzen Threadripper processor.