The company celebrates five years of Ryzen
In a special video interview/presentation celebrating five years of Ryzen and led by none other than AMD's own John Taylor and Robert Hallock, AMD shed some light about its future CPU path, including Zen 3 with 3D V-cache, Zen 4, PCIe Gen5, and DDR5.
Confirms on Zen 4 release date
AMD reported huge second quarter results nearly doubling its revenue from last year.
Up to 40 percent if all goes well
According to the latest rumor, AMD's Zen 4 architecture offers a 29 percent IPC improvement compared to the Zen 3 architecture, and this extends to even better improvements if all goes well for Genoa.
Ready in Q3 2021 for Intel and AMD
It was rumored for a while that the Alder Lake platform expected in the latter part of 2021 has support for DDR5. Team Group is now reporting that they have successfully developed consumer-grade DDR5 memory validation. The company announced the beginning of validation.
Zen 4 to go to the next node
Digitimes, VideoCardz, and RetiredEngineer (twitter) started an intriguing rumor that Ryzen 4000 might end up at 5nm+. Asking around at a reliable place, we have to disappoint some of you as this won't be the case. The Ryzen 4000 series based on Zen 3 core is still at 7nm.
Zen 3 on track and RDNA 2 comes with NAVI 2X
AMD's CEO and President, Dr. Lisa Su, has kicked off AMD's Financial Analyst Day 2020 talking about the progress AMD made in the last few years as well as what we can expect from the company in future, including an updated CPU and GPU roadmaps with Zen 3, Zen 4, as well as RDNA 2, and RDNA 3.