The theme of AMD's speech at CES is still to promote high-performance computing, so only the 7Nm sharp dragon APU can't hold the stage. The latest explosive is perfectly in line with the definition of high-performance computing, as follows:
· Reelon 4000 processor, code name Renior,7nm Zen2 architecture, desktop and notebook mobile version APU, first half of 2020.
·Radeon 5600XT graphics card, based on Navi12 core, castrated on the RX5700 series Navi10 core, with 2304 stream processors (36 computing units) and 192bit significant memory width, Q1 will go on sale in the quarter, mainly competing with GTX 1660 Ti/Super.
· Reelon Threadrepper 3990X processor, the world's first 64-core 128-threaded desktop processor, will be available in the Q1 quarter.
· Reelon Threadrepper 3980X processor,48-core 96-thread processor, Q2 quarterly.
In addition to the above four products, AMD will officially announce (though on paper) the news of the new generation zen3 processor and rdna2 graphics card.
The Zen3 Tablet (True Dragon 4000) processor will be available in Q3 this year
· The second generation 7nm GPU - RDNA2, which supports hardware light chase, supports VRS variable-rate rendering, is said to be officially demonstrating light chase Demo at CES, Q2 quarter.
The latter two products are AMD's big killers this year. CES will announce the approximate time to market, but will not specifically mention the performance, specifications and other details. However, this is enough. Amd did the same at CES 2019, announcing the zen2 processor and rDNA graphics card which were only launched in the middle and second half of this year.