AMD wants to launch the new line of Ryzen processor and Radeon graphics in 2022

AMD is increasingly a brand appreciated by consumers, especially its processors. The U.S. manufacturer has gained more and more ground in the CPUs market, although it has not yet been able to dethrone Intel. On the other hand, in the segment of graphics chips, Lisa Su's brand follows firm behind Nvidia.

But the goal is to grow more and more, and so AMD has confirmed that it intends to launch its new Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics as early as the next year 2022. These devices will already bring, respectively, the Zen 4 and RDNA 3 architectures.

 

 

AMD revenue increased 99% in the second quarter

AMD revealed its second-quarter 2021 financial results where it announced that all market analysts' expectations had been exceeded.

According to what was disclosed, the company achieved revenue of $3.9 billion in the quarter, representing the highest profit rate in its history. This amount then corresponds to a year-on-year revenue increase of 99%. The value, however, is attributed to the successful strategies adopted by the manufacturer.

AMD wants to launch new Ryzen and Radeon in 2022

Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, also presented the company's plans for next year. And the revelations made to investors have confirmed rumors that the manufacturer intends to launch its new Zen 4 and RDNA 3 architectures next the year 2022. And these technologies will thus be integrated into the new ryzen processor lines and Radeon graphics cards respectively.

According to the executive:

We are on the path of the launch schedule for the new generation of products for 2022, including Zen 4 CPUs, manufactured in the 5nm process, and RDNA 3 GPUs.

Not many more details have been advanced. But according to rumors, for the new Ryzen processor family, AMD will use the LGA socket, the same one used by rival Intel. The manufacturer is expected to launch two Ryzen lines in 2022. A Zen 3-based one dedicated to desktops with Zen 4 architecture that should arrive with integrated graphics.

On the other hand, the RDNA 3 architecture will shape the new Radeon RX 7000 graphics, built in a 5-nanometer manufacturing process. Rumors indicate that these GPUs will be scarcer than CPUs. It is also estimated that the state-of-the-art model offers up to 40% more performance over the RX 6900 XT, which will help the equipment outperform Nvidia's.

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