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AMD confirms that their first 'Zen 3 Client processor' is 'on-track' to release this year

New Ryzen processors will release this year

AMD confirms that their first 'Zen 3 Client processor' is 'on-track' to release this year

AMD confirms that their first 'Zen 3 Client processor' is 'on-track' to release this year

AMD has just released its Ryzen 4000 G-Series processors onto the OEM desktop market, but that won't be the end of AMD's ambitions with Ryzen in 2020. 

In a new blog post, AMD's Rick Bergman, the company's Executive Vice President of Computing & Graphics, confirmed that the company would have more to share about its "high-performance journey" later this year. Furthermore, Bergman revealing that the company plans to launch its 'first "Zen 3" Client processor" in 2020.  

The key word within this announcement is 'client', a word which is specific to the consumer PC market. By saying 'client', AMD means Ryzen. This reconfirms that AMD has plans to release new Ryzen series processors later this year. Many prior teases for Zen 3 didn't specify which markets AMD would be addressing in 2020, leading many to speculate that AMD was delaying Zen 3 Ryzen to help ship Zen 3 EPYC faster, or vice-versa. 

Below is what AMD had to say about their upcoming processors.  
 

    So, what’s next for AMD in the PC space? Well, I cannot share too much, but I can say our high-performance journey continues with our first “Zen 3” Client processor on-track to launch later this year. I will wrap by saying you haven’t seen the best of us yet…

AMD confirms that their first 'Zen 3 Client processor' is 'on-track' to release this year  

AMD plans to release its next earnings report on July 28th 2020. Here, AMD could reveal more about its product release plans. That said, forward-looking details from these events are usually vague, so don't expect precise details or release dates. 

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21-07-2020, 14:00:46

NeverBackDown
This is like their 4th time confirming it's coming. I would die of laughter if it got delayed Quote
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