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AMD aims for HEDT performance supremacy in 2019 with Threadripper 3000

Posted on Friday, March 09 2018 @ 17:34:42 CET by


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Some new AMD Ryzen and Threadripper slides leaked, they confirm AMD will keep using the current AM4/TR4 sockets until at least the Ryzen 4000 series in 2020. VideoCardz reports we'll see Zen+ based chips this year, Zen 2 based models in 2019 and Zen 3 (unofficially Zen2+) processors in 2020.

The future Ryzen 4000 series will use an optimized 7nm process and will consist of "next-gen HEDT" chips for the extreme performance segment, "Vermeer" for the desktop market, "Renoir" for the mobile and desktop APU segment, and "Dali" as a low-end mobile APU.

AMD Threadripper lineup future

The slide below reveals this year's second-generation Threadripper will be based on the 12nm Zen+ design, it will offer higher frequencies and Precision Boost 3.0. Next year, AMD is aiming to become the dominant force in the HEDT market. With "Castle Peak", the firm aims to take TR4 to the next level.

AMD Threadripper lineup future



 



 

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