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AMD also released its September investor report updating its CPU, data center CPU and GPU architecture roadmap, much of which we've reported before, mainly with changes in detail.
First of all, look at the core Zen architecture CPU roadmap, the 14/12nm node Zen,Zen architecture has been released long ago, this year also released the 7nm Zen2 architecture, the subsequent improvement of the product layout, mainly 7nm Rilong APU desktop version and mobile version.
Zen2 is followed by Zen3 architecture, process upgrade to 7nm, the design has been completed, for 2020 release.
Then there is the Zen4 architecture, which is still under design, and the details are unknown and should be launched around 2021.
On the data center CPU, the first 32-core NAPLES processor has come on the market. Now it is a 64-core Rome processor, Zen2 architecture, Zen3 architecture is Milan processor. The design has been completed, and then the Genoa Genoa processor based on Zen4 architecture. The details are unknown. It should be synchronized with Zen3 and Zen4 architecture. Launched and launched.
For GPU, the era of GCN architecture is over, whether it is 14nm or 7Nm technology. Radeon VII has stopped production. This year, the main force is 7Nm RDNA architecture. There are three versions of RX 5700/5700 XT/5700 XT 50th anniversary, but Navi 14 and the more powerful Navi 21 have also been exposed for a long time. It is expected that they will be supplemented by the end of this year and the beginning of next year. Finish.
Then there's the RDNA2 architecture, which AMD confirmed this time is being designed and the process is 7 nm.
It's no surprise that AMD develops RDNA2 architecture. After all, the RNDA architecture has been completed. Just like Zen2 architecture, the release time and specifications are really interesting, because the information released by AMD before shows that they will implement hardware traceback on a new generation of RDNA architecture, similar to the Turing architecture of NVIDIA now.
In terms of schedule, RDNA2 architecture products will come out in 2020, and it's almost time to support hardware traceback.
It is worth mentioning that AMD will only launch a hardware-based RDC2 architecture next year, probably to take care of Sony.MicrosoftBecause the second half of 2020 is expected to be the time for the new host to go on the market, it is reasonable to support the acceleration of light pursuit.
Of course, now Microsoft and Sony are more conservative about whether to support the pursuit or not, and have not disclosed much certain information.