Author: Wan South
The article on AMD's new processor code and roadmap on Planet3DNow has drawn a lot of attention and provides a lot of information that was previously unknown.
Among them, the third generation of the ThreadRipper product line codenamed Castle Peak, the fourth generation product code Genesis, which is located in two geographical coordinates of Washington.
After reading the HEDT, let's take a look at the Ruilong family.
In chronological order, AMD will launch the Ryzen 4000U/4000H series mobile APU in the first quarter of next year, where U stands for low voltage, H stands for 35W standard voltage, processor family code Renoir (Renoa), upgrade to Zen 2 architecture, ie 7nm CPU +12nm I/O integrated design, with Navi graphics card, slot is FP6, BGA package.
Then at the end of the second quarter, the EPYC embedded chip "Starship" was launched, up to 8C16T, Zen 2 architecture. June is the Ryzen embedded G-series chip, code-named River Hawk, Zen 2 architecture, with up to 4 cores and 8 threads.
The products in the third quarter are the most competitive, after all, the Zen 3 architecture will be freshly debuted.The first show is the third generation EPYC codenamed Milan, with a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads.In August, it will be the Ruilong 4000 desktop processor and the Ruilong APU product. The former will of course be upgraded to Zen 3, codenamed Vermeer, up to 16 cores, continuing the AM4 interface; the latter will be upgraded to the Zen 2 architecture with Ryzen 4000G. /GE's naming, Zen 2 architecture + Navi.
The fourth quarter of the same year was a thread tearer 4000 product with a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads. This roadmap echoes the news on Monday, AMD's fastest third-generation thread ripper in October, up to 48 cores?