AMD is expected to launch both the Radeon RX ‘RDNA 3’ GPU family and the next-generation Ryzen ‘Zen 4’ Raphael CPU in Q4 2022. This rumor comes from a Twitter publisher called Vegeta, which Get the attention of his latest leak and It also hints at possible specs and launch timeframes for several next-generation products.
AMD Radeon RX ‘RDNA 3’ Gaming GPUs and Ryzen Raphael ‘Zen 4’ Desktop CPUs Rumored for Q4 2022 Launch
in his latest tweet The leakers indicate that AMD will launch both the next-generation CPU and GPU families in Q4 2022. AMD will release RDNA 2 and Zen 3 based families in Q4 2020, so it will be two years after when we It will receive next-generation products from AMD. AMD will also launch a few mainstream products that will act as a mediator between the Zen 3 / Zen 4 and the RDNA 2 / RDNA 3, such as the rumored Ryzen 5000XT CPU and the Zen 3 processor. Just announced with 3D V-Cache technology.
— Veggies (@Broly_X1) June 7, 2021
It also states that AMD is expected to launch the first 3 RDNA-based Navi 3X GPUs later this year. It will be the successor to the existing Navi 2X GPU introduced in the RX 6000 series graphics cards. There are plenty of reasons to be excited about this news. Although we are still over a year away from launching the next generation of products.
Here’s Everything We Know About AMD’s Raphael Ryzen ‘Zen 4’ Desktop CPU
The next-generation Ryzen Desktop CPUs based on Zen 4 will be codenamed Raphael and will replace the Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000 desktop CPUs codenamed Vermeer. Core 5nm Zen 4 and will feature 6nm I/O dies in chiplet design, AMD has hinted at the addition of cores to next-generation mainstream desktop CPUs. So we can expect a slight bump from the current maximum of 16 cores and 32 threads.
AMD Ryzen Raphael ‘Zen 4’ Desktop CPU Expected Features:
- Brand new Zen 4 CPU cores (IPC/architecture enhancements)
- Brand new TSMC 5nm process node with 6nm IOD
- Supported on AM5 Platform with LGA1718 Socket
- Dual-Channel DDR5 memory support
- 28 PCIe Gen 4.0 Lanes (CPU only)
- 105-120W TDP (upper range ~170W)
The newest Zen 4 architecture is rumored to offer 25% more IPC compared to Zen 3 and a clock speed of around 5 GHz.
‘Mark, Mike and the team did a great job. We can do as well as with today’s products but with ambitious plans We are focusing on Zen 4 and Zen 5 to be very competitive.
‘There will be more digits counting in the future – I wouldn’t say that’s the limit! It will come when we scale the rest of the system.’
Dr. Lisa Su, CEO AMD via Anandtech
AMD’s Rick Bergman on Next-Gen Zen 4 Cores for Ryzen CPUs
Q- The performance gains from AMD’s Zen 4 CPUs, which are expected to use the 5nm TSMC process and possibly arrive in early 2022, will be attributed to the increase in instructions per clock (IPC) relative to core count and speed. The clock signal increases.
Bergman: “[Given] As for the integrity of the x86 architecture at this point, the answer must be all of the above. If you look at our technical documentation on Zen 3, what we did to get 19% was a long list. [IPC gain]. Zen 4 There will be a similar long list where you can view everything from cache. until the branch prediction [to] Number of doors in the execution pipeline Everything has been checked to squeeze out more performance.”
“Of course [manufacturing] The process opens more doors for us to [obtain] Better efficiency per watt, etc., and we will take advantage of that as well.”
AMD Vice President, Rick Bergman, via The Street
As for the platform itself, the AM5 motherboard has an LGA1718 socket, which will take quite some time. The platform will include DDR5-5200 memory, 28 PCIe Gen 4.0 lanes, additional NVMe 4.0 & USB 3.2 I/O, and may come with native USB 4.0 support. 120W base TDP) on the AM5 platform.
Raphael Ryzen desktop CPUs are expected to feature RDNA 2 onboard graphics, meaning that, like Intel’s flagship desktop lineup, AMD’s core lineup will support iGPU graphics. 4 is not expected until the end of 2022, so there’s still plenty of time left for it to launch. The lineup will compete with Intel’s 13th-generation Raptor Lake desktop CPU lineup.
AMD Zen CPU / APU Roadmap:
|Zen Zen Architecture||Zen 1||Zen+||Zen 2||Zen 3||Zen 3+||Zen 4||Zen 5|
|process node||14nm||12nm||7nm||7nm||6 nanometers?||5nm||3 nanometers?|
|server||EPYC Naples (1st generation)||without||EPYC Rome (2nd Generation)||EPYC Milan (3rd Generation)||without||EPYC Genoa (4th Generation)||EPYC Turin (5th generation)|
|high end desktop||Ryzen Threadripper 1000 (White Haven)||Ryzen Threadripper 2000 (Coflax)||Ryzen Threadripper 3000 (Citadel Peak)||Ryzen Threadripper 5000 (Chagal)||without||Ryzen Threadripper 6000 (unspecified)||will inform later|
|main desktop cpu||Ryzen 1000 (Ultimate Ridge)||Ryzen 2000 (Pinnacle Ridge)||Ryzen 3000 (Matis)||Ryzen 5000 (Vermeer)||Ryzen 6000 (Warhol/Discontinued)||Ryzen 7000 (Raphael)||Ryzen 8000 (granite curbstone)|
|Main desktop, notebook, APU||Ryzen 2000 (Raven Ridge)||Ryzen 3000 (Picasso)||Ryzen 4000 (Renoir)
Ryzen 5000 (Lucien)
|Ryzen 5000 (Sezan)
Ryzen 6000 (Barcelona)
|Ryzen 6000 (Rembrandt)||Ryzen 7000 (Phoenix)||Ryzen 8000 (Strix point)|
|low power mobile||without||without||Ryzen 5000 (Van Gogh)
Ryzen 6000 (crested dragon)
|will inform later||will inform later||will inform later||will inform later|
Here’s Everything We Know About AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 ‘RDNA 3’ Navi 3X GPU
The Radeon RX 7000-based AMD RDNA 3 gaming graphics card will feature a Navi 3X GPU, and we’ve seen leaks of three major chips. These include the Navi 31, Navi 32 and Navi 33. The RDNA 3 family is expected to use TSMC 5nm process nodes and will take advantage of the latest packaging technologies such as the chiplet design (MCM) we’ve seen in Ryzen Desktop CPUs.
AMD also talked about the next generation of GPUs and how David Wang and his team at RTG brought RDNA 2 to life. They were very happy with the results. This is achieved with 2nd generation RDNA cores, and the same philosophy is applied in the design of the third generation RDNA architecture, or RDNA 3.
Additionally, David Wang and his team are focusing on GPUs at our long-term roadmap. And we choose the right combination of risks to achieve innovation, efficiency and predictability. Make bets and we stay tuned. We are pleased with the RDNA2 in terms of efficiency per watt and overall performance. And we take RDNA3 very seriously.
AMD’s Rick Bergman on Next-Generation RDNA 3 GPUs for Radeon RX Graphics Cards
Q- AMD is targeting RDNA 3 GPUs which will use more advanced manufacturing processes. To deliver performance improvements per watt similar to the 50% plus improvements from RDNA 2 GPUs? And future plans for the Infinity Cache technology used by RDNA 2 GPUs?
Bergman: “Let’s talk about the benefits of both. Why are we targeting so aggressively? efficiency per watt [improvements for] RDNA 2 . Our [GPUs]And yes, we have the same commitment in RDNA 3”
“It’s very important in many ways because if your power is too high. As we have seen from our competitors, our potential users suddenly have to buy bigger power supplies. A very advanced cooling solution, and in many ways, very importantly, it drives the [bill of materials] of the board greatly This is the desktop view. And that means that retail prices will go up or your GPU costs will have to go down consistently.”
“so [there are] Really very efficient…if you can improve efficiency per watt drastically. in the field of notebooks That’s even more obvious. because you are in a limited area You can bring performance to that platform again without the need for innovative cooling solutions…Our focus is on RDNA 2. RDNA 3 as well.”
“In Infinity Cache it’s pretty connected to that too, to some extent if you’ve been using graphics for a long time. You’ll know that memory bandwidth and performance have a pretty good correlation. in general The way you do this is to speed up your memory and expand it. [memory] The bus to open the show Unfortunately, both of these things add power. [consumption]”
AMD Vice President, Rick Bergman, via The Street
Recent rumors indicate that the flagship Navi 31 GPU will have 160 processor units, over 10,000 cores, and a 3x performance over the Big Navi 21 GPU. The Navi 33 GPU reportedly has 80 processors, 5120 cores, and performance. More than AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT AMD has patented an active chiplet bridge solution for next-generation GPUs with built-in cache and multiple interconnects on GPU Navi 3X (RDNA 3). You can read more. here
The AMD RDNA 3 ‘Navi 3’ GPU portfolio of Radeon RX graphics cards will compete with NVIDIA’s MCM GPUs based on Ada Lovelace GPUs as of now. Next-generation components are not expected until the end of 2022. or early 2023, so take this information with a little grain of salt.
NVIDIA/AMD GPU Roadmap (Rumor)
|AMD (RDNA 1)||AMD (RDNA 2)||without||AMD (RDNA 3)||without||AMD (RDNA 4)?|
|NVIDIA (Turing Refresh)||NVIDIA Ampere||without||NVIDIA Ada Lovelace||without||NVIDIA Hopper|