The details are still few on the Ryzen 3000 processors or the Radeon Navi graphics. However, the RedGamingTech website has brought unique information where it comes with the date of July 7. On this date, AMD launches, according to the site, the Ryzen 3000 processor, Radeon Navi graphics card and the X570 motherboard.
The truth is that this date may be AMD’s marketing to work the best way. The launch of Radeon VII took place on February 7, giving prominence to the technology of 7nm (nanometers). Now, as of 7/7/2019, it may be the perfect opportunity for AMD to extend the technology to the rest of the family.
Given the distance we are from this date (and how it focuses on the launch), there is a good chance AMD will make the announcement sooner. The Computex 2019 is the perfect time to do so. Once the event takes place at the end of May, if this rumour is right, just over a month later, the components may be out.
There is, undeniably, a lot of hype around these AMD releases
At CES 2019, AMD announced the “Matisse”. The third-generation Ryzen desktop processor was promised by mid-2019. These numbers then hit the mark with July 7. The Ryzen 3000 series will bring the 7nm processors to market.
In addition, the first demo of Ryzen 3000 showed a machine with 8 cores and 16 threads. In competition with the same specifications of the Intel Core i9-9900K, Ryzen proved to be more proficient in the benchmarks and 50W less Spender.
Indeed, prices are going to be a big factor to take into account. If the expected performances are achieved at a competitive price, AMD will here go big. With regard to the X570 motherboard, we hope to see some examples as early as April. Radeon Navi, however, should only be announced on the above date.
The truth is that in addition to high performance graphics cards for computers, other information has come to the fore. Navi has been touted as the next generation graphics card. That’s right, the next Playstation and Xbox. AMD is going all-in for this year.