According to the information available so far, AMD Ryzen 6000 series processors from the Warhol family were due to appear this year – they will use the improved Zen 3+ architecture (consumer-ready Zen 4 will debut in 2022), TSMC’s 6nm technology process. At least that’s what the deployment plans leaked to the network indicated. But for some time, there were voices about canceling this series. Instead, the next full-fledged processors that will appear on the market will be the Ryzen 7000 systems from the Raphael family (Zen 4 and 5 nm lithography). However, AMD appears to be planning to introduce new modules for its show anyway. Although the word ‘new’ may sound a bit overrated, it is actually cosmetic moisturizers to show.
Other sources confirm the cancellation of the AMD Warhol desktop series in the form of Ryzen 6000 processors. Instead, updated Ryzen 5000 XT processors will appear on 7nm lithography this year.
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Other sources, including a pseudonym Twitter user executable, Which previously revealed a lot of information about next-generation AMD processors (both CPU and APU), confirms the cancellation of AMD’s Warhol desktop series in the form of Ryzen 6000-X series processors. The only Ryzen 6000 systems to appear on the market are Rembrandt’s APUs in mobile and desktop versions – however, the debut is not planned in 2022. AMD plans to release cosmetic powder Ryzen 5000XT processors in place of the updated Warhol processors that could be To fight the twelfth generation of Intel Alder Lake before the launch of the Raphael family.
So we’re talking little packaged systems, as was the case with the first presentation of the Ryzen 3000XT modules. We can expect these processors to get slightly higher base and turbo speeds. In addition, it should be available at the same MSRP rates as current Vermeer units, with fewer models already available. The AMD Ryzen 5000XT processors will also use TSMC’s 7nm process technology. However, this information does not come directly from the manufacturer. So we’re not 100% sure what AMD intends to release for this year.
Source: WCCFTech, TwitterExecuFix