AMD, the American multination Semiconductor company, is set to compete for Nvidia and Intel’s rivals in October. AMD has shared a post on twitter about its upcoming events to unwrap its next-gen of CPUs and GPUs. The company mentioned two dates to announce the products separately, 8 October and 28 October.
Apart from the dates, the post also clarifies that the upcoming CPUs will be based on Zen3 architecture, which will be announced on 8 October. The next-gen CPUs’ architecture will be based on the 7nm process and follow up the Zen2 architecture present in Ryzen 3000 Desktop CPUs and Ryzen 4000 mobile processors.
As for graphics, the new GPUs will use the scalable RDNA architecture of second-gen. RDNA 2 was addressed earlier, as it is supposed to be the hardware in the next-generation consoles, the Xbox Series X and Series S, and the PlayStation 5.
However, AMD itself has not shared many details, specifically regarding its implementation in PC users’ products. RDNA 2 will be unveiled on 28 October, almost two months after the Nvidia’s announcement of the RTX 30 series GPUs.
After the Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors‘ announcement, both Intel and Nvidia for its RTX 30 series have stolen the focus of attention. Now it will be interesting to see how AMD will make its way to the spotlight.