The next wave of processors is coming, and AMD will be the first to see the changes as it prepares to unveil its upcoming Ryzen 7 processors.
AMD will also be releasing new chips for the desktop market with the Ryzen 7 series, and the first new chips from AMD will hit the market at CES 2018.
The new chips will be available for pre-order at a price point of $999 (about £800) and are expected to be available at the end of the year.AMD’s latest chips will launch alongside the Ryzen 8 series, which has seen its price cut in half.
The company says the new chips have been designed to deliver up to 40 percent more performance than its previous generation of Ryzen processors.AMD Ryzen chips will also have a new form factor and be compatible with the company’s upcoming Zen architecture, which will be used in AMD’s next-generation Ryzen processors as well as the new Radeon RX Vega series of graphics cards.AMD also says it will be offering its latest Ryzen chips in a range of other form factors, including a laptop-style desktop processor, an ultraportable gaming computer, and an ultrabook.
In addition, AMD is set to introduce the first ever consumer-class Radeon RX 400 series graphics card in 2019, with a price of around £1,000 (around £1.70).
The company has also announced that the RX 400 line will be shipping to consumers later this year.
The company’s next flagship, the Ryzen 10 series, will be introduced with the launch of the Ryzen 5 series of CPUs in 2020.
This series will include Ryzen 5 1600X, Ryzen 5 2400X, and Ryzen 5 2600X, which AMD says will offer up to a 25 percent increase in performance over the current generation of its CPUs.AMD is also preparing to release its next-gen Ryzen processors with a new architecture called Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 10.
AMD has been teasing the Ryzen 6 series, codenamed “Llano” (which is a reference to the Llano of the Spanish Inquisition), since last November.
It will offer similar performance to the current-generation of its Ryzen CPUs, but will include a new “core clock multiplier” (CCM) and “hyperthreading” feature.AMD has previously said that the new Ryzen processors would use a 64-bit architecture, and it has confirmed that the chip will use a 32-bit core.
This will allow for the company to use its 64-core chips to take advantage of its 32-threads technology.AMD says the Ryzen CPUs will also include a GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), a PCI-Express bus, and a PCI Express memory controller.AMD said that it is introducing a new memory controller for the Ryzen chips, which it said will be compatible to both DDR4 and DDR3 memory modules.AMD will also announce new CPUs for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and will be launching its next generation gaming console, codename “Halo Wars 2”, at the show in Las Vegas.
The new console is expected to launch with a base price of $399 (about $499), which is a price that is slightly higher than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
The firm has also said that its new Ryzen CPUs and GPUs will be “all-inclusive”, which means that it will offer a gaming PC that can run as a high-end PC or a gaming console.
The first PC to run a Ryzen CPU will be released in the second half of 2018.