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AMD 2020 processor roadmap exposure: mobile version of the sharp update


AMD's third-generation Ruilong has just been released, and foreign media recently exposed the 2020 AMD new processor roadmap.

From the roadmap, the third-generation ThreadRipper is code-named Castle Peak, and the fourth-generation product code, Genesis, is named after two geographic coordinates in Washington. The following is a complete road map for 2020:

According to the table, in the first quarter of 2020, AMD will launch the Ryzen 4000U/4000H series mobile APU, where U stands for low voltage, H stands for 35W standard voltage, processor family code Renoir, upgrades to Zen                          2 architecture, 7nm CPU + 12nm I / O integrated design, with Navi graphics card, slot is FP6, BGA package.

At the end of the second quarter, the EPYC embedded chip "Starship" was released, with a maximum of 8C16T and Zen 2 architecture. June is the Ryzen embedded G-series chip, code-named River Hawk, Zen 2 architecture, 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 launched. The first show is the third generation EPYC code-named Milan, with a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads. August will be the Ruilong 4000 desktop processor and Ruilong APU products, the former will of course upgrade to Zen                          3, codename Vermeer (Vermeer), up to 16 cores, continuation of the AM4 interface; the latter is upgraded to the Zen 2 architecture, using the Ryzen 4000G/GE naming, Zen 2 architecture + Navi.

In the fourth quarter of the same year, it was a thread tearer 4000 product with a maximum of 64 cores and 128 threads. This roadmap echoes the news on Monday that AMD will launch the third-generation thread tearer in October, up to 48 cores.