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Consumer Zen 3 CPUs are launching this year, confirms AMD

Something to stay up for: While AMD has mentioned that Zen Three is on monitor to launch this 12 months, the corporate might have been referring solely to its Epyc knowledge heart chips, with the buyer processors not arriving till 2021. Now, workforce purple has confirmed that Zen Three for shoppers will launch throughout the subsequent 5 months.

Back in June, AMD refuted rumors that Zen Three could be delayed into subsequent 12 months. Rather than being a Covid-19 challenge, it was claimed that Ryzen 3000’s success meant AMD did not need to affect gross sales of a top-selling product. The arrival of the admittedly underwhelming Ryzen 3000XT CPUs additionally prompt that the next-gen desktop chips would launch in 2021. AMD, nonetheless, denied it, calling the rumor “inaccurate.”

Earlier this month, AMD boss Dr. Lisa Su reiterated that Zen Three is on monitor to launch later this 12 months, including that the structure is “looking great in the labs.” But the corporate has at all times prevented specifying whether or not it is speaking concerning the client or the enterprise chips—or each. Its roadmap already confirmed that the Zen 3-based Epyc Milan knowledge heart chips are coming in 2020, inflicting concern amongst PC followers desperate to improve.

But in a blog post from Rick Bergman, AMD’s government vice chairman of Computing and Graphics confirms that the primary Zen Three shopper (client) CPUs are launching this 12 months.

“So, what’s next for AMD in the PC space? Well, I cannot share too much, but I can say our high-performance journey continues with our first “Zen 3″ Client processor on-track to launch later this year. I will wrap by saying you haven’t seen the best of us yet…,” reads the submit.

Bergman by no means specified when the Zen Three client chips would arrive, or whether or not the Ryzen 4000 (Vermeer) desktop processors would get right here first, reasonably than their laptop computer equivalents. Either approach, it appears virtually sure that we’ll have the ability to purchase the brand new AMD chips for our builds sooner reasonably than later.

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