Subject: General Tech | March 7, 2019 - 12:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Zen 2, threadripper the third, ryzen pro mobile, Ryzen 3000, epyc 2, amd
Near the beginning of AMD's Investor Relations slidedeck sits a glimpse at what we will see from the company, except for a date with Navi. Some time before summer break we will see the release of the second generation of Ryzen Pro Mobile chips (picture not to scale), which will bring Zen 2 and improved graphics to your office devices.
Just after the mobile chips and in time to give you a reason not to go outside the third generation of Ryzen desktop chips will hit the market, just as AMD promised. We already have a good idea about what those chips will be called as well as their specifications; Tim covered it in length here if you have yet to memorize all the models.
We will also see Thirdripper or as The Tech Report prefers, Threadripper the Third, though we lack any information on the date or models, you should expect to see it before the end of the year with even more cores running at a higher frequency.
AMD will also be releasing a Zen 2 based EPYC family, for chiplet fans everywhere! They suggest it will be twice as fast as the previous generation overall, up to four times as fast in certain floating point operations and as is tradition it will be compatible with the current sockets on EPYC motherboards so you can do a quick and easy drop in upgrade.
"Can you really call something a leak if the company released it on purpose? AMD's just released a slide deck for its investors, and buried in those slides are a few tiny nuggets of interesting information. Let's take a quick peek into the red team's path ahead."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Blizzard has handed Diablo 1’s keys to GOG, and you can buy it right now @ Ars Technica
- Microsoft open-sources Windows Calculator 'cos maths keeps changing, apparently @ The Inquirer
- 5G is 'ready' once you redefine 'ready'... and then redefine 'reality' @ The Register
- The digital game store wars: Who are the players? @ The Tech Report
- Did you know?! Ghidra, the NSA's open-sourced decompiler toolkit, is ancient Norse for 'No backdoors, we swear!' @ The Register
- Servers key to reversing downward trend in DRAM prices @ DigiTimes