AMD Ryzen 4000 in Q4 2020: Zen 3 to 7nm+ and the new chipset X670 | Rumor
AMD Ryzen 4000 identifies the next generation of desktop processors in the company of Sunnyvale, solutions that are based on the production process to 7nm+ (EUV) that can rely on the new architecture Zen 3, optimized not only in terms of performance but also and above all of efficiency. A few days from the launch of the first models HEDT Ryzen ThreadRipper 3rd gen to 7nm, the focus shifts again to the consumer market with new details about the Ryzen 4000 series, expected on the market in 2021 and is currently in phase of development.
The rumors come from the recent report of mydrivers report that the AMD processors Ryzen 4000 (or 4th gen) will make their debut in the fourth quarter of 2020, in line with the roadmap established by the manufacturer. Thanks to the node production at 7nm+, the new generation of CPU consumer desktop AMD will be more efficient, allowing you to further increase the IPC, but also the operating frequencies and the number of cores.
Together with the CPU Ryzen 4th generation, AMD should have the chipset drivers for high-performance, X670, heir of the current X570 and with whom he would share the same socket AM4. Motherboards AMD X670 next generation will offer a better management of PCI-E 4.0, USB support, 3.2 and a greater number of slots M. 2, with the possibility (not remote) to also see the introduction of Thunderbolt 3.Camera Wide at the best price? LG G7 ThinQ is on offer today on the 433 euros or from ePrice to 535 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING