AMD confirms during its Q2 2020 financial call
During its Q2 2020 financial call, AMD has confirmed that its entire lineup is on track for this year and that the company is focused on bringing Zen 3 architecture, both Ryzen and EPYC, as well its RDNA 2 and CDNA architectures to the market in 2020.
Sales up 26 percent thanks to Ryzen and Epyc
AMD reported better than expected second quarter results as sales surged 26 percent on strong demand for Ryzen PC chips and Epyc server processors.
Should give Tiger Lake a run for the money
While Intel Tiger Lake Gen12 Xe iGPU was seen running Battlefield V, the latest video shows AMD Ryzen 7 4700G Renoir iGPU running Doom Eternal at 1080p resolution.
With integrated Radeon graphics
AMD lifted the kimono on its new line of desktop processors based on its Zen 2 architecture with integrated Radeon graphics.
Up to 64 cores
AMD has bought out a workstation-class processor to challenge the Intel Xeon on the desktop with its Ryzen Threadripper Pro.
Predicting an EPYC future
Google has teamed up with AMD to offer cloud based private, encrypted services that are intended to give users confidence that they are always in control over the confidentiality of their data. Google Cloud encrypts data at-rest and in-transit, but customer data must be decrypted for processing.
Total hardware control
Earlier this week, there were some rumors that Apple will use its graphics IP to build the discrete graphics processors, probably starting with a notebook first, and we can assure you that these plans are real.
Launching later this year
In a message on her Twitter account, AMD's CEO Dr. Lisa Su confirmed once again that Zen 3 is on track and coming later this year.
3.8GHz base clock and a 4.5GHz max boost clock
AMD has launched its new Ryzen 3000XT series, including the Ryzen 5 3600XT which is a 6 core/12-thread processor, with a 3.8GHz base clock and a 4.5GHz max boost clock. The new chip provides a 100MHz increase over the 3600X.
Cheaper and better
The Ryzen 5 4600U-powered Envy costs hundreds of dollars less than the Core i7-1065G7 Spectre but runs longer and faster while being just as thin and light, according to a comparison run by Notebook Check.