During one of their webinars to channel partners on maximizing server deployments with AMD Ryzen processors, AMD unveiled some of the upcoming plans surrounding their next-generation Zen 5 microarchitecture. Although we know the broader AMD desktop roadmap up until 2025 and their plans to launch Zen 5, codenamed 'Granite Ridge' sometime in 2024, AMD has produced a slightly updated roadmap. Within this roadmap is details announcing that their AM5 platform will officially support upcoming Zen 5 processors. On top of this, AMD has unveiled that the Zen 5 desktop processors will fall under the Ryzen 8000 series family, but with a twist, as Zen 5 will also come with a new iGPU codenamed 'Navi 3.5.' The last of the potential announcements is that we could...
AMD's Desktop CPU Roadmap: 2024 Brings Zen 5-based "Granite Ridge"
As part of AMD's Financial Analyst Day 2022, it has provided us with a look at the company's desktop client CPU roadmap as we advance towards 2024. As we...37 by Gavin Bonshor on 6/9/2022