AMD Desktop CPU Roadmap Rumor Leaked. Ryzen 7000 3D V-Cache Coming Early 2023, Threadripper 7000 And Ryzen 7000G Chips Late 2023

An alleged roadmap for AMD desktop CPUs has leaked, listing Ryzen 7000 “Zen 4” 3D V-Cache and Threadripper parts & next-gen APUs.

Alleged AMD desktop roadmap leaks. Ryzen 7000 3D V-Cache in 1H 2023, Threadripper and APU Updates in 2H 2023

This roadmap is said to appear at the AMD Ryzen 7000 launch event and will only target desktop CPUs ranging from Threadripper, Ryzen CPUs and Ryzen APUs.

It looks like AMD will have one concrete update for each of their lineups in 2022-2023.

First and most obvious is the lineup of Ryzen 7000 or Zen 4 CPUs officially launching from 27 September.

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The next big update to the family will come in the form of the mentioned X3D or 3D V-Cache parts, but these chips are more likely than the company itself said in its Financial Analyst Day 2022. It is likely to slip to early 2023, which is slightly later.

And while not mentioned in the roadmap, the other two updates are updates to the Threadripper and Ryzen APU lines.

The Ryzen 7 5800X3D is the best gaming processor on the market. We are proud of what V-Cache technology is doing for us and we plan to bring it to the Ryzen 7000 series later this year and future generations.

Saeed Moshkelani, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Clients, AMD

The small dotted box on the far right of the roadmap indicates that AMD may indeed be preparing the next generation Threadripper and Ryzen APU families.

Now both will also be branded in the Ryzen 7000 family as Ryzen Threadripper 7000 and Ryzen 7000G.

Both parts are expected around the second half of 2023, making us wait over a year to get to the next gen Ryzen APU & Threadripper family.

That said, AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper 7000 CPUs are already starting to appear and the Ryzen 7000G lineup is expected at the end of 2023, so we will see more or less updated designs, possibly RDNA 2 or It will also use Zen 4 with RDNA 3 cores and will launch on the AM5 platform with DDR5 support.

AMD’s official desktop CPU roadmap:

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Therefore, Intel’s Raptor Lake CPUs are likely to be challenged by AMD’s two sides in the form of Ryzen 7000 & Ryzen 7000 X3D V-Cache CPUs.

Intel is working on its next generation HEDT / Workstation line with up to 56 cores and higher core counts, like the 34-core Raptor Cove chip that was leaked a few days ago.

The second half of 2022 has already been a competitive quarter, and we expect a similar move next year.

AMD Zen CPU/APU Roadmap:

Source:wccftech – Alleged AMD Desktop CPU Roadmap Leaks: Ryzen 7000 3D V-Cache Early 2023, Threadripper 7000 and Ryzen 7000G Chips In 2H 2023

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