Presentation of AMD Ryzen 4000 Desktop Processors (Vermeer) Postponed to September

Economic crisis and the coronavirus pandemicmakes adjustments to the process of launching new products of high-tech firms. AMD, which is rapidly expanding its advantage over its main competitor, Intel, planned to bring to market the first processors made using 7-nm technology based on Zen 3 architecture by the end of this year. Currently, the company’s plans have not changed, however, the dates of official presentations of new chips have shifted somewhat.

Information on the exact date of the official announcementappeared on the DigiTimes resource, citing insiders working in Taiwanese motherboard companies. According to unofficial information, the official introduction of the AMD Ryzen 4000 (Vermeer) with the new Zen 3 architecture will be held in September 2020.

This event was originally planned.timed to coincide with the Computex 2020 exhibition, the holding of which has been postponed from the beginning of June 2020 to autumn - the exhibition will be held from September 28 to September 30. AMD is also postponing the presentation of its AMD Ryzen 4000 desktop processors to September, in the hope that by then the coronavirus pandemic will be closed.

Application of the new Zen 3 architecture for someinformation should provide an increase in IPC by 15% compared to the architecture of Zen 2. If AMD adheres to the traditional scheme, then in September the community will see a nominal representation of the processors on Zen 3, and the actual processors will enter the market a few months later. This delay of almost 6 months was used by AMD when launching the Zen 2, when almost half a year passed from the announcement until the processors went on sale.

This year, the presentation itself is delayed,Therefore, we can talk about the timing of the market launch of real AMD Ryzen 4000 processors with Zen 3 architecture, estimating the dates in the range from December 2020 to January 2021.

Meanwhile, rival Intel, ontoday could not bring to the market processors competing even with the Ryzen 3000. Only in May will the 10th generation Intel Core desktop CPUs (Comet Lake-S) come equipped with a new socket and 10 cores.

AMD also plans this yearThe presentation of the 3rd generation EPYC server processors (Milan) is planned, replacing the 2nd generation EPYC (Rome) and Ryzen 4000 desktop APUs with Zen 2 cores and Radeon Vega GPUs operating at higher frequencies.