Amd ryzen 4000 navi rdna 2 release
An anonymous source told Wccftech that AMD is preparing for the launch of the next-generation Ryzen 4000 CPU and Navi RDNA 2 GPU in October this year. Rumors also suggest that AMD will launch two new CPU and GPU product lines at the end of the summer before the product goes on sale in the fall.
Presumably, the dual version will have marketing significance because it can prompt manufacturers and those who wish to upgrade from the existing version to do their best for AMD products with CPUs and GPUs. This is especially important if the AMD Navi RNDA 2 GPU is as powerful as rumors. In addition, the version released in October is related to the Ryzen 4000 version officially announced by AMD. The company's goal is to release the CPU before the end of 2020.
Of course, one issue that affects the credibility of rumors is the continued impact of the coronavirus outbreak. The long-term effects of supply chain delays may cause AMD to postpone the planned launch, although the manufacturer has confirmed that, for now, it is ready to respond to demand.
Of course, no one knows how the situation will evolve in the coming months, especially in most of the world, the worst seems to be yet to come.
Delaying the release of Ryzen 4000 will not have much of an impact on AMD as it continues to lead Intel in the desktop market. On the other hand, the lag of the Navi RDNA 2 GPU can be a disaster, because there are rumors that NVIDIA is preparing to launch its next-gen RTX cards, especially the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, before the end of 2020.
All in all, this is still a rumor from an anonymous source, so it should be taken with the required amount of salt. Even if it's true, the current world situation can undermine even the best plan.