Resource WCCFTech reports that at the January CES 2019 exhibition, AMD will showcase the new Ryzen 3000 series processors and a video card based on the Vega II architecture. It is assumed that the map will be built on a 7-nanometer graphics processor, although this has not yet been confirmed.
As regards processors, both conventional CPUs and hybrid APUs (with integrated graphics) are expected. It is assumed that the first will be performed on 7-nanometer technology. In other words, it can be chips with Zen 2 architecture and AM4 socket, which allows installing them into existing boards. “Hybrids”, as expected, will be 12-nanometer, with Zen + architecture and a graphics module Radeon Vega.
It is still difficult to say whether the announcement will be full-fledged or purely “paper-based”, but even in the latter case it is a powerful bid for market advantage from the “red giant”. The CES 2019 consumer electronics exhibition itself will be held in Las Vegas from January 8 to 11, 2019.
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