Presenting financial results for the current fiscal year’s second quarter, Lisa Su, AMD’s undisputed CEO, confirmed the launch of two highly anticipated structures for next year.
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The AMD Zen 4 and RDNA 3 architectures that will lay the foundation for the next generation of AMD CPUs and GPUs, respectively, will arrive in 2022. CEO Lisa Su put it this way: We are still on track to launch next-generation products in 2022, including Zen 4 processors built with the latest 5nm process technology and RDNA 3 GPUs.
So we can expect the Radeon RX 7000 series with new performance and all-new MCM (Multi-Chip Module) design chips.
Rupture or not rupture?
In good news but at the same time not good, note that AMD has said that the supply problems will continue into 2021 and that things will ease at the beginning of 2022. This clearly does not mean that the problems will be over.
Isn’t the pattern knot pretty?
Cot CPU, Lisa Sue confirms the passing of a new 5nm pattern node. We should also see support for DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 memory with the new socket AM5. In short, 2022 should be a good year for both the GPU and the CPU. It remains to be seen what Intel and Nvidia will offer to counter all this.
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