AMD’s next-gen Ryzen Threadripper comes Q2 2018

AMD has not just confirmed a second-gen Ryzen CPU family launching in April, but they have confirmed that there is a new Ryzen Threadripper on the way.

Threadripper Q2 2018
Picture shows the ‘roadmap’. Picture: VideoCardz

AMD’s new Ryzen Threadripper CPUs will be released in the second half of 2018, giving the company a good few months to get their chips in a line with the second-gen Ryzen/400-series motherboard launches.

The company has confirmed their second-gen X470 chipset will be optimized for the new Ryzen processors, with lower power consumption being a key feature.   AMD’s refreshed Ryzen CPUs will be the first on the 12nm, with higher clock speeds, Precision Boost 2, and more.

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We can see that Navi is after the Vega refresh, which should drop sometime in 2019 while the ‘next-gen’ GPU architecture will be released on the refined 7nm+ node, and hit graphics cards sometime in 2020.

 

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