At next week’s CES show, AMD will launch a wave of new products, including the 64-core Prisper Threadripper 3990X, the 7nm Zen2 Ryzen APU Notebook Edition, and the RX 5600 Series graphics cards. But these products are only part of AMD’s new 2020 offering, and the real heavyweight stake will have to look at the next generation – The Zen3 architecture, the next generation of 7nm plus processes, the Dragon processor, the desktop version, HEDT and the server market will be updated.
According to media reports, some of AMD’s new products in 2020 are as follows:
Data Center Server Market: In 2020, the third generation EPYC, codenamed Milan, CPU architecture upgrade to Zen3, process upgrade to TSMC’s 7nm plus, that is, the second generation 7nm process.
· HEDT processor market: 19 years launched the Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series, has 32 core, 24 core version, and soon there are 64 nuclear versions, but in 2020 AMD also plans to launch the Ryzen Threadripper 4000 series, codenamed Genesis Peak, It’s also a 7nm plus process, Zen3 architecture.
Mainstream Desktop Processors: This year will upgrade from the 7nm Zen2 Architecture Matisse Series to the Ryzen 4000 Series, codenamed Vermeer, 7nm Plus Process Zen3 Architecture.
Low- and middle-order APU: The current Ryzen 3000 series or 14nm Zen-plus architecture, code-named Picasso, 2020 will be upgraded to the Ryzen 4000 series, code-named Renior Renoa, 7nm Zen2 architecture, this is CES will soon be released key products, AMD is an important product for AMD’s entry into the notebook market.
Overall, AMD will have four new series of upgrades in the processor market by 2020, with the exception of the Ryzen APU as the 7nm Zen2 architecture, all of which will be upgraded to the next generation of 7nm-Zen3 architecture, which, according to previous news, will improve its IPC performance by at least 10%. The frequency increases by 100-300MHz.