Will this be true? We know that the 7nm AMD Ryzen 3000 series (AM4 platform) will be unveiled at Computex in May 2019. But what about the 7nm Threadripper (TR4 platform)?
This year is one of transition for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) as it launches a complete suite of its next-generation Ryzen PC and EPYC server CPUs (central processing unit) and Navi consumer GPUs (graphics processing unit) built on TSMC’s 7 nm (nanometer) node. AMD’s Ryzen portfolio comprises the Ryzen 7, 3, and 5 series for desktops, the Ryzen Threadripper for high-end desktops, the Ryzen Mobile 7, 3, and 5 for laptops, and the Ryzen Pro for commercial laptops and desktops.’
AMD is set to launch its third-generation Ryzen 3000 series in mid-2019 and early 2020. AMD’s investor presentation, which it updated in May 2019, lists the Ryzen products it will launch in 2019. The list includes the second-generation Ryzen Mobile APU (application processing unit), the Athlon Mobile and Mobile Pro APUs, and the third-generation Ryzen desktop CPU.