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AMD roadmap reveals Castle Peak, Matisse, Vermeer, Picasso, Renoir and more

Posted on Thursday, March 08 2018 @ 20:45:52 CET by

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A leaked client desktop platform roadmap from AMD provides some color about what we can expect over the next two years. As you will probably know, we're very close to the launch of "Pinnacle Ridge", a new desktop platform based on the 12nm Zen+ design.

Next year we can expect the 7nm Zen 2 design, which is codenamed "Matisse". In 2020 we can expect Zen 3, which goes by the name "Vermeer", so AMD is really digging painters with its next-gen CPU codenames.

The roadmap also provides some details about the high-end desktop and the APU lineups. Later this year, we can expect a second-generation Threadripper. In 2019, AMD intends to release "Castle Peak" and the roadmap shows a completely new "next-gen HEDT" design for 2020.

The Raven Ridge desktop APUs are only just out so the next update won't follow until 2019 with the arrival of "Picasso". The roadmap also shows there's a "Renoir" APU in the pipeline for 2020. Picasso is based on the Zen 2 design, while Renoir is based on Zen 3.

AMD Ryzen roadmap 2020

A second slide confirms that there seems to be no plan for a Ryzen 7 2800X chip. Just like with last year's launch, there will only be a very limited number of SKUs.

AMD Ryzen roadmap 2020

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