AMD will launch a new generation of the seven-processors, Zen3 architecture processor nm 4000 series, codenamed Vermeer,, by 2020, following the launch last year of the seven-processors, the Reel 3000 seriesThe latest rumor is that it was released in September。
It is reported that the IPC performance of the sharp dragon 4000 series has been improved by 10-15%, and the positioning is obviously higher than that of the 7Nm zen2. Where is the current sharp dragon 3000 series going? This is also an issue for AMD to consider.
The Ruilong 3000 processor is code named Matisse,Now it's been reported that AMD is still preparing the CPU code named Matisse 2 There is no specific information about what the Matisse 2 refers to CPU..
Combined with the previous situation, AMD this may be in preparation for the optimization of the improved version of the 3000 series,The previous sharp dragon 2000 series is actually an upgraded version of the sharp dragon 1000 series The frequency has increased from 14 nm Zen to 12 nm Zen architecture.
If the previous strategy continues, then AMD will also launch a revamped version of Rui Lung 3000, but it is impossible to change the process,Because the Ruilong 4000 is the product of improved technology, there will be no obvious change to the Matisse 2 architecture. It is possible to improve energy efficiency and improve the highest frequency.
Now, the exposure of Matisse 2 makes people a little confused about the AMD market layout strategy, because if Ruilong 4000 is launched this year, that positioning, pricing should be higher, otherwise with the Ruilong 3000 series can not pull away.
But the emergence of Matisse 2 represents AMD's upgrading of the Ruilong 3000 series processor. How is the balance between the two new products? Now I have no clue. I can only wait for the official to reveal what Matisse 2 is.