Shown on stage was an eight-core "Matisse" processor, this model packs a 7nm eight-core chiplet fabbed by TSMC and a 14nm I/O chip made at GlobalFoundries. You can expect the Ryzen 3000 series by mid-2019.
We are happy to announce 3rd Gen @AMD Ryzen desktop processors will be the world’s first PC platform to support the ultra-fast PCIe Gen 4 connectivity. https://t.co/TlEdVkFwZ0 pic.twitter.com/3X2CMhKlwa— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) January 9, 2019
When compared to the competition in Cinebench, early silicon of our 3rd Gen @AMD Ryzen desktop processors outperform the Intel Core-i9 9900K at a significantly lower power. https://t.co/TlEdVkFwZ0 pic.twitter.com/k880oCoMLf— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) January 9, 2019
Not only is 3rd Gen @AMD Ryzen delivering excellent gaming performance in demanding titles like @ForzaMotorsport Horizon 4, it’s also running @Radeon VII, the world’s first 7nm gaming graphics card. https://t.co/okCRsnv6PK pic.twitter.com/s0AAwAi1J4— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) January 9, 2019