AMD is still making great progress in the CPU market, and it looks like these new Ryzen 4000 chips will continue this trend. AMD hopes to knock Intel out of the top spot In recent years, AMD has released impressive hardware and currently sells more than 40% more processors than its competitors.
The recent Ryzen 4000 laptop processor is impressive too. Since the speed is comparable to that of some desktop computers, many of us are happy to see the features that the desktop Ryzen 4000 series offers.
Today, we will learn key information about the upcoming Ryzen 4000 series processors so far.
We know that the mobile product line of the Ryzen 4000 processor is the first processor based on the 7nm process, which brings huge benefits, one of which is the increase in the number of cores. These
processors have a lot more cores than we've seen in laptops in previous years, providing up to 8 cores and 16 threads. These processors have also improved integrated graphics performance, helping them compete with the Intel Ice Lake counterparts. Although they are not aimed at gamers, it is still a valuable addition.
The following is what we know about the mobile specifications of the AMD 4000 series so far. There are seven types of processors to choose from, as shown below:
Unfortunately, the details of the Ryzen 4000 desktop processor are a bit minor. We know that these new processors will be released in 2020 and will be based on improvements in the 7nm process in the Zen 2 series.
rumors indicate that the series will be based on the new 7nm EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet) process from TSMC, which should make the series incredibly energy efficient and capable of competing with Nvidia's Ampere and Intel chips. It seems that EUV and power efficiency will be the focus of AMD's series, rather than the substantial increase in the number of cores we saw last year.
Rumors also associates the Ryzen 4000 series with powerful hyper-threading, which will allow four simultaneous processing threads per core.
Since AMD announced its Ryzen 4000 series for notebook computers, we have also been looking forward to the launch of the desktop version.
As of now, there is no official release date for the AMD Ryzen 4000 series. What we know is that AMD CEO Su Lisha
hints that the 4000 series will arrive in 2020. There are rumors that these processors may be available in October, but they have not yet been confirmed.
It looks like Computex will be held in September 2020. If it is not cancelled, we should see a real-time preview of these chips there. The price of the
mobile processor is not relevant, as these will be included in the price of the laptop itself. These may still lead to a slight increase in the price of laptops, but we cannot be sure that this is entirely due to the CPU. The pricing structure of the
New Ruilong 4000 desktop series is expected to be very close to that of the 3000 series. Model.
When we hear more about AMD Ryzen 4000 series desktop CPUs, we will keep you informed.
When they are finally released, are you happy to be able to get one of these processors for your new build? Let us know in the comment section.