AMD CPU product line still hasn’t given up 28nm excavators to grab the cheap Chromebook market

AMD is holding a new investor conference in early March, and the latest investor report has been updated to describe AMD’s changes over the past year. In the CPU product line, AMD’s 7nm Zen2 processor has been covered to the Ryzen desktop processor, the Ryzen Threadripper processor, and the Ryzen mobile processor, as we all know.

AMD CPU product line still hasn't given up 28nm excavators to grab the cheap Chromebook market

However, some of the old products have not given up, including the desktop processor also has the Ryzen II, using the 14/12nm Zen architecture.

And even older than this, that’s the A-Series processor, which is for Google Chromebook, using the Excavator Excavator architecture, 28nm process.

Although the 28nm excavator sounds old, AMD is actually updating its seventh-generation APU product line until early last year, with the latest products being the A4-9120 and A4-9120C, dual-core dual-threaded, With a frequency of up to 2.4GHz and a TDP of only 6W, Chromebooks or laptops that use this processor typically sell for 2K.

Finally, a brief look at the roadmap for AMD’s Zen, EPYC, and Radeon product lines is unchanged from previous versions, and this time the RDNA2 architecture is most anticipated, although the official roadmap shows that it is still under development rather than design. Suddenly there was some concern about whether the big Navi high-end graphics card would actually be unveiled at the investor conference in early March.

AMD CPU product line still hasn't given up 28nm excavators to grab the cheap Chromebook market

AMD CPU product line still hasn't given up 28nm excavators to grab the cheap Chromebook market

AMD CPU product line still hasn't given up 28nm excavators to grab the cheap Chromebook market

AMD CPU product line still hasn't given up 28nm excavators to grab the cheap Chromebook market