While we are still considering whether to start with NVDIA RTX 30 series graphics cards, AMD officially announced on Twitter that it will officially launch next-generation processors based on Zen 3 architecture and Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards based on RDNA 2 architecture in October. The release time of the two is relatively tight, which can be described as two blooms.
Zen 3’s Ryzen desktop processor is codenamed “Vermeer” and will be released for the first time on October 8, while Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards will be released at 12 pm Eastern Time on October 28.
It is reported that the Zen 3 processor, which will be released in October, uses a new architecture and is equipped with two CCDs, each with 8 cores and 16 threads, and an I/O chip. In addition, the processor may increase the main frequency by 200-300mhz. Not surprisingly, the new architecture will once again improve AMD’s single-core performance and full-core performance, and the main target is the game field and professional content field.
There is also news that Ryzen 4000 will support 400 and 500 series chipsets. For students who want to change to a new one, you can keep the motherboard.
Today is a year full of surprises. First, the tenth generation of Core will strike out, and then the Nvidia RTX30 series of graphics cards will be shocked. Of course, AMD is also gaining momentum.
The Ryzen 4000 and Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards released in October will be released. What kind of surprises will it bring us?