Desktop, server then notebook
Summit Ridge, Ryzen is on track for Q1 2017, Naples, a server part is on track for Q2 2017 while AMD’s CEO confirmed that Raven Ridge Zen APU is on track to launch in the second half of 2017.
2H 2017 Raven Ridge for notebooks
AMD’s CEO Lisa Su said that Summit Ridge, the processor that we will know as Ryzen, will arrive in Q1 2017 and she mentioned that Naples Zen for server will appear in Q2 and Raven Ridge, Zen APU will deliver in the second half of 2017.
In two CPU benchmarks
AMD was keen to show some performance figures of its upcoming eight core Ryzen SKU at the New Horizon event and has compared it to Intel's US $1049.99 priced Core i7-6900K eight core Broadwell-E CPU.
Eight core/16-thread SKU with 3.4GHz base clock
At its scheduled New Horizon event, AMD has now officially confirmed its branding for the Zen CPU architecture, now to be known as the Ryzen. As we said before, the only SKU announced and detailed so far is the 8-core/16-thread CPU.
Meant to house four Vega GPUs
It appears that AMD showed quite a few interesting products at its earlier event, including what is now refered to as the Vega Cube, a Radeon Instinct GPGPU solution.
Pacific Crest has been looking at its tarot cards
The divination team from Pacific Crest have been shuffling their tarot cards and are seeing some dark clouds forming for AMD and Nvidia.
It has been said for a while now that Intel’s glorious empire, on which the sun never sets, could be overthrown by barbarians, but so far the chip maker has managed to thrive.
Summit Ridge coming in Q1 2017
A set of leaked slides confirms that AMD has decided to brand its upcoming Zen-based Summit Ridge AM4 CPUs as Ryzen and these should be coming in Q1 2017.
Hits almost 70 FPS at 4K/UHD
AMD's next-generation Vega GPU is coming soon and according to the newest information, it packs enough punch to run Doom at 4K/UHD resolution at almost 70 FPS.
To full 1024 Stream Processors and 64 TMUs
According to a fresh overclocking guide, AMD Radeon RX 460 can actually be unlocked to its full potential, providing additional TMUs and Stream Processors as well as decent performance gain of anywhere between 10 and 12 percent.