AMD may delay Ryzen 4000 desktop CPU launches, rumor reveals
Anxiously awaited by enthusiasts, the new generation of AMD Ryzen 4000 processors for desktops has already had a recent rumor pointing that “AMD may delay Ryzen 4000 desktop CPU launches” the new line would be presented in October bringing the Zen 3 architecture on board for desktop PCs.
However, after we saw that the company made Ryzen 3000XT processors official, there is a suspicion that the company will push the launch of the new generation for next year (2021), something that was recently pointed out in a DigiTimes report.
For the publication, the reason for imagining this to happen is the good reception of the current generation of processors (Ryzen 3000) on the world market, being mostly among the best sellers (of the first 6, 4 are from AMD’s current line), including the Ryzen 7 3700X which follows first.
Another reason that seems to be considered for the change of plans would be the lack of need to launch something now, considering that the current generation already manages to compete in the performance aspect with the Comet Lake CPUs from Intel.
One point that remains pending, however, is that AMD has repeatedly confirmed that Zen 3 and RDNA 2 would arrive later this year and this can be partly maintained, given that the brand may possibly still present the new generation of Epyc processors. , with desktop variants expected to come out later.
As a result, AMD would set its calendar more aggressively, possibly overshadowing the launch of the 10nm Intel Alder Lake line that may only arrive next year.
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