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It seems that AMD’s upcoming Ryzen project roadmap has surfaced on the Internet, providing a snapshot of the company’s next-generation Zen 3 powered CPU and APU. The
leak came from Twitter user MebiuW, who provided several partial images of the roadmap, and then the people at VideoCardz rebuilt it into a complete slide with the help of more details from MebiuW, which contains the 2020-2022 Suspicious range. Some familiar names provide a clearer understanding of AMD's plans for the next few years.
According to the rebuilt roadmap, AMD plans to launch two products based on Zen 2, the first is the recently launched 8-core Renoir APU and Vega Graphics, and a new product line configured for 2021, called Van Gogh. It is expected to be AMD's last foray into Zen 2 technology before seriously turning to Zen 3. The release in 2021 indicates that it may belong to the Ryzen 5000 umbrella. It will use a 7nm process node, it will have RDNA2 Navi 2 iGPU, LPDDR5 memory and, according to MebiuW, it will be labeled CVML, alluding to "computer vision and machine learning."
Continuing to Zen 3, AMD’s roadmap includes upcoming product lines. First of all, we have Ryzen 4000 Vermeer CPU in 2020. AMD has confirmed this and it will replace the Ryzen 3000 Matisse lineup. Entering 2021, we will see the arrival of new codenames, which continue AMD’s tradition of assigning well-known painters to its various architectures.
First of all, we have a fifth-generation Ryzen called Warhol, which either succeeds Vermeer or provides a transient series to bridge the gap between AM4 and AM5 plugs, which is very suitable for those who want to jump early. The roadmap indicates that Warhol will include Zen 3 cores, 7nm compute nodes and PCIe 4 support.
Later in 2021, we can expect to see the arrival of the Cezanne family. Interestingly, this seems to change the layout of Van Gogh, replacing it with the Zen 3 core and the older Vega Graphics iGPU. Before AMD transitions to AM5, this may be one of the last batch of APUs supporting AM4 sockets. The
roadmap also provides a preview of these successors to be released in 2021. Rembrandt will replace Cézanne, and they are likely to be the first APU to jump to AM5. We may see that this line includes Zen 3 cores related to RDNA 2 Navi 2 graphics cards. These cores are expected sometime in 2022. He will replace Van Gogh with the rumored Dragon Quest product in 2022, whose code name has been confirmed. Via MebiuW. Like Rembrandt, these may include Zen 3 cores and RDNA2 Navi 2 graphics.
Finally, it is the Raphael family who succeeds Warhol, which is scheduled to be released in 2022. Interestingly, these should be the first desktop CPUs to integrate Zen 4 technology into the 5nm compute node alongside the AM5 socket. These may belong to the Ryzen 6000 series name and according to the roadmap it is likely to have the next iteration of AMD's Navi graphics, possibly RNDA 3, which will introduce AMD's iGPU into the desktop CPU.