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How will AMD play the end of 2021?

How will AMD play the end of 2021?

The second part of 2021 is now at stake for most brands. If the last few months have been painful for AMD on the CPU side, things are gradually getting better as we saw a while ago. As for graphics cards, however, it is difficult to expect an improvement despite the announcement of future references. AMD-Ryzen 5000XT

Zen3+ cancelled, a Refresh from Vermeer more and more likely.

In a few days, Lisa Su should clarify AMD’s next steps during a conference scheduled for the opening of Computex 2021. Many assumptions have been made about what AMD will announce. However, it seems certain that the Reds will take a break and focus on the Vermeer range with the possible arrival of XT versions for the fall. AMD would go directly to Zen 4 in 2021, leaving Intel to wipe the slate clean with its new architecture, DDR5 etc. Two new references of Ryzen 5000 CPUs that have leaked, seem to confirm that XT are envisaged.

The arrival of Ryzen 5000 APUs

Officially announced, we are now waiting on the market the series AMD officially launches its AMD Ryzen 5000-G processors, the Cezanne desktop APUs under Zen 3 CPU architecture equipped with Radeon Graphics solutions. If these APUs did not really make a splash the previous times, it is obvious that with the current situation on the market of graphics cards, some references could make their mark. We are thinking of machines delivered without VGA but with a solid CPU so that the end customer can upgrade when the time comes… For the moment, the top of the Ryzen 5000-G range would be the 5700G, an 8 cores / 16 Threads with a TDP of 65W. AMD Ryzen 5000 APU

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