While publishing its quarterly figures, AMD showed a plan stating which products shall be revealed this year. The third gen of AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors based on the 7nm course node and Zen 2 structure is not included. There was no clarification for the elimination
AMD in all probability chose to use all circuits for the server processors since that is what they’ve been highlighting. The server chips will not impact the traditional market; however, the third-gen could affect customers looking for overclockable, high core count chips.
The pictures reveal the plan from earlier, and it has the 3rd gen Ryzen Threadripper; however, when have a looked at the latest, which is the duvet image, the 3rd gen Threadripper has been eliminated. AMD has not made any comments in regards to the third gen of Threadripper processors. CPUs for the high-end desktop platform this year would come out for buyers, AMD revealed in March.
Before, it was not identified when the processors would come in the picture. AMD is possibly delaying the third gen of Threadrippers to next year.
AMD additionally sketches a rough image of the upcoming processor gen within the plan. The corporate says it’s on schedule with Zen 3. That’s an enhancement of the Zen 2 structure, which will be developed on a 7nm + process. Then follows Zen 4.
The plan additionally confirms that Navi GPUs will be launched in the third quarter of this year. AMD highlights that these are appropriate for cloud gaming. Google has beforehand suggested that it will use AMD GPUs for its cloud gaming service Stadia. The GPU roadmap additionally features a successor for Navi, which has no identity but should appear in 2020 on a 7nm + process.