AMD to share some Zen 4 details at CES 2022

Posted on Wednesday, December 22 2021 @ 22:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AMD CTO Mark Papermaster shed some more light on what his company will reveal at the firm's CES 2022 keynote in January. The main focus will be on the updated Zen 3-based processors with 3D V-Cache. These chips will launch in early 2022 and promise a nice performance boost.

There will also be some information about Zen 4, but don't expect too many details are the first Zen 4-based CPUs aren't anticipated until Q3 2022 at the earliest. Additionally, AMD is expected to talk about the Threadripper PRO 5000 series.
With regards to the upcoming generation – I point to CES in January. We’re excited to be revealing some additional details on our new product launches that will deliver phenomenal experiences and as we’ve said, later in the year as it progresses we’ll share more detail on Zen 4 with some mentioned at CES and more announcements on it over the course of 2022. It will be a very exciting year for AMD.

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VideoCardz wraps up our current knowledge of the Zen 4-based consumer CPUs as follows:
AMD Raphael will span across desktop and mobile devices, with up to 16 cores for mobile devices. The exact configurations of Raphael CPUs aren’t known yet, but it is seemingly confirmed that Raphael will support both DDR5 memory technology and PCIe Gen5 hardware. In terms of graphics, Raphael will feature integrated RDNA2 graphics, a feature missing from the main Zen1-Zen3 product line. The latest rumors suggest AMD might formally announce its Zen4 consumer products at Computex 2022.

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