Still coming in Q3 2017
While AMD is happily selling Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 CPUs and has announced the Ryzen Threadripper series, there is not much information about the Ryzen 3 lineup, other than it is expected to launch in Q3 2017.
The Zen 2-based, Zen 3 will be called Milan
AMD has presented a long-term 7nm roadmap and the new codenames for the server products have an Italian theme.
Vega for scientists, engineers, and designers
Raja Koduri, Senior Vice President and Chief Architect of RTG, took to the stage at the 2017 Financial Analyst Day and showed the new Vega Frontier Edition graphics card. This Vega is made for data scientists, immersion engineers, and product designers.
Has Vega graphics inside
Jim Anderson, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Computing and Graphics Business Group at AMD, has announced the mobile Ryzen.
Huge chip showcased
Lisa Su, AMD’s CEO, has showed the first Naples chip and, trust us, it looks good.
Up to 16 cores/32 threads with new HEDT platform
During its 2017 Financial Analyst Day, AMD has officially announced its new HEDT platform and Ryzen Threadripper. This CPU will "go beyond Ryzen 7" and target the world's fastest ultra-premium desktop systems.
Vega to use 14nm and 14nm+
During its 2017 Financial Analyst Day, AMD revealed a bit more information about its future GPU plans. The next Navi GPU will be based on a 7nm manufacturing process.
7nm+ Zen 3 in development
AMD’s CTO has just announced the Zen 2 in 7nm and the Zen 3 being developed on 7nm or better. Both are in development right now
But it is not all roses
AMD will announce Vega at its 2017 Financial Analyst Day and of course none other than Raja Koduri will share a few more details with us.