AMD will launch new CPU and GPU products in October
Both Intel and Nvidia have recently launched new products, such as Intel 11th-generation series processors and Nvidia RTX 30 series graphics cards. Next, chip manufacturing giant AMD will also hold new product launch events. AMD will launch new CPUs and CPUs in October.
According to the time AMD disclosed on Twitter, AMD will launch a new CPU product on October 8, local time. The new product is based on the AMD Zen 3 architecture, which is the follow-up of AMD Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors and AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors product. In terms of product technology, AMD will adopt an improved 7-nanometer process and make its debut in the high-end Ryzen 4000 series of desktop processors. Of course, Intel launched its 10th-generation desktop processor earlier this year, and AMD’s upcoming new products can be considered a response to Intel.
In terms of the graphics processor, the new GPU will use AMD second-generation scalable RDNA architecture. RDNA 2 has been discussed before because this architecture is also the display technology used by Microsoft Xbox X and Xbox S and PS5. However, AMD has not disclosed much more details about the RDNA 2 architecture. The RDNA 2 architecture will be released on October 28, almost two months after the launch of the RTX 30 series graphics card by NVIDIA.
Of course, the new chip products of Intel and Nvidia have attracted people’s attention, whether it is the Tiger Lake processor or RTX 30 series graphics card, so now AMD’s upcoming new products are also very worthy of attention.