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AMD reconfirms that Zen 3 is coming later this year

Zen 3 is 'looking great in the labs' and is coming later this year

AMD reconfirms that Zen 3 is coming later this year

AMD reconfirms that Zen 3 is coming later this year

AMD's Ryzen 3000XT processors have just become available onto the CPU market, but that doesn't mean that the folks over at AMD have time to stand still and relax. Zen 3 is coming, and it is due to become available later this year. This was confirmed by a new video address from AMD's CEO, Lisa Su.  

The Ryzen 3000XT series expands on the success of AMD's Zen 2 CPU cores, offering users the best possible Zen 2 experience. Lisa Su says that AMD remains on a "journey to push the highest performance that we can for our users and our fans", which means that AMD is still marching forward and that the fruits of AMD's latest efforts will be seen "later this year".

According to Su, AMD's Zen 3 processors are "looking great in the labs" and are "on track for launch later this year". So far, AMD has not discussed what improvements will be delivered with Zen 3, though a major cache redesign and single-threaded performance increases are expected. 

Within the video below, Lisa Su has also confirmed that an AMD fan has called one of their children Ryzen, which is a testament to the passion of the company's fanbase. 


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07-07-2020, 16:30:15

Kpk1
For the money the 3000 series will be the top choice. For pure performance the 4000 series will be the way to go.Quote

07-07-2020, 17:09:22

AlienALX
Oh god they are using that line again....

"It's looking great".Quote

07-07-2020, 17:34:08

NeverBackDown
What else do you want them to say? It's looking like crap?

If it was Intel you would be saying "it's looking like another vulnerability".

Not really sure what alternative you want from a business trying to sell something.Quote

07-07-2020, 17:57:31

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
What else do you want them to say? It's looking like crap?

If it was Intel you would be saying "it's looking like another vulnerability".

Not really sure what alternative you want from a business trying to sell something.
I think he's got Bulldozer and Vega flashbacks hahaQuote

07-07-2020, 17:57:36

tgrech
Yeah they're just putting to bed any rumours about delays or issuesQuote
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