AMD 7nm Navi GPU, 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPU Launch Date: What We Know So Far
Recent reports have suggested that AMD will hold a Partners Summit event sometime this month. On that event, it’s expected that the American multinational semiconductor company will reveal new 7-nanometre components including the AMD Navi GPU and AMD Ryzen 3000 CPU.
With that being said, here are the things you need to know about the supposed launch date for AMD’s next-gen GPU and CPU’s.
The Partners Summit
The Partners Summit event will happen somewhere around the 23rd of April. This meeting will be a closed event which will be reserved for partners and third-party manufacturers only.
There have been some whispers that the Partners Summit will be the first time AMD will show off its upcoming GPU and CPU components: AMD 7nm Navi GPU and 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPU.
Regarding AMD’s next GPU, it is expected to use a next-generation 7nm architecture called Navi. This AMD 7nm Navi GPU is also speculated to be featured on the Sony’s next-generation gaming console, PlayStation 5 (PS5). And if this proves to be true, then it will go in line with the rumors that Sony’s next-gen hardware will be revealed this year.
As for the 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPU, it will reportedly feature a new Zen 2 architecture.
So When Will These Two Be Presented To The Public?
We’ve already mentioned that the AMD’s Partner Summit event will be a closed event which will be reserved for its partners and third-party manufacturers only.
As for when the AMD 7nm Navi GPU and 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPU will be presented to the public, rumors suggest that there will be an official reveal at Computex 2019 which starts on May 28.
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