AMD confirms Ryzen 8000 lineup: “Strix Point” Zen4 APU to feature RDNA3+ graphics, desktop “Granite Ridge” Zen5 CPU series now official

Published: 10th Jun 2022, 07:23 GMT   Comments

AMD Ryzen 8000 series by 2024

At AMD Financial Analyst Day 2022 the manufacturer of Ryzen processors revealed its roadmap for notebook and desktop series. 

The new CPU series for laptops will include 4 nm Phoenix Point as well as Strix Point APU series on ambiguously described ‘advanced node’. This is the first time AMD mentioned Strix Point in official communication. The newly released roadmap lists all products to be released between 2021 and 2024 shows the transition from Vega graphics architecture to RDNA, now seemingly to be updated for each generation.

AMD APU Roadmap, Source: AMD

AMD Phoenix Point is to feature Zen4 x86 CPU architecture combined with RDNA3 graphics and AIE (Artificial Intelligence Engine) most likely based on IP from acquired Xilinx. Phoenix is officially part of Ryzen 7000 series, and it will launch alongside the enthusiast APU series codenamed Dragon Range, which for reasons unknown, is not listed on this roadmap.

Furthermore, AMD revealed the codename of its Ryzen 8000 APU series. AMD Strix Point will not only feature Zen5 CPU architecture but also updated RDNA3+, which is the first time AMD mentioned a refresh of its RDNA graphics. It is unclear if this means that RDNA3+ will also make its way to desktop Radeon series. Strix Point has been rumored to be AMD’s first hybrid APU architecture featuring Zen5 and Zen4 cores (most likely Zen4c). This unfortunately was not confirmed by AMD.

Ryzen 8000 for desktops: Granite Ridge

Furthermore, AMD also confirmed Granite Ridge based on Zen5 architecture for desktops. This architecture has been rumored for a long time, with first leaks dated as far back as May last year. AMD is not confirming the node used by this architecture, but judging from the leaks, it could be TSMC N3 technology.

AMD confirmed Zen4-based Threadripper 7000 HEDT CPUs are coming, but there are no official plans for Threadripper 8000 series yet. There is no confirmation of Zen5 with 3D V-Cache coming to desktops either, but AMD did reveal that such architecture exists.

AMD CPU Roadmap, Source: AMD

According to AMD roadmaps, all these products should launch by 2024, the company is not providing more accurate estimates.

AMD Zen Architecture Roadmap
VideoCardz.com
Zen2
Zen3
Zen3+
Zen4
Zen5
Server
EPYC 7002
Rome
7nm (Zen2)
EPYC 7003
Milan
7nm (Zen3)
EPYC 7004
Genoa/Bergamo/Siena
5nm (Zen4 or Zen4c)
EPYC 7005
Turin
3nm (Zen5)
HEDT
Threadripper 3000
Castle Peak
7nm (Zen2)
Threadripper 5000
Chagall
7nm (Zen3)
Threadripper 7000
?
5nm (Zen4)
TBC
Desktop CPU
Ryzen 3000
Matisse
7nm (Zen2)
Ryzen 5000
Vermeer
7nm (Zen3)
Ryzen 7000
Raphael
5nm (Zen4)
Ryzen 8000
Granite Ridge
3nm (Zen5)
High-End APU
Ryzen 7000
Dragon Range
5nm (Zen4)
TBC
Mainstream APU
Ryzen 4000
Renoir
7nm (Zen2 & Vega)
Ryzen 5000
Cezanne
7nm (Zen3 & Vega)
Ryzen 6000
Rembrandt
6nm (Zen3+ & RDNA2)
Ryzen 7000
Phoenix (Point)
4nm (Zen4 & RDNA3)
Ryzen 8000
Strix Point
3nm (Zen5/Zen4c & RDNA3+)

Source: AMD Financial Analyst Day 2022




Comment Policy
  1. Comments must be written in English.
  2. Comments deemed to be spam or solely promotional in nature will be deleted. Including a link to relevant content is permitted, but comments should be relevant to the post topic. Discussions about politics are not allowed on this website.
  3. Comments and usernames containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive will be deleted. Note this may include abusive, threatening, pornographic, offensive, misleading, or libelous language.
  4. Comments complaining about the article subject or its source will be removed.
  5. A failure to comply with these rules will result in a warning and, in extreme cases, a ban. Please also note that comments that attack or harass an individual directly will result in a ban without warning.
  6. VideoCardz Moderating Team reserves the right to edit or delete any comments submitted to the site without notice.
  7. If you have any questions about the commenting policy, please let us know through the Contact Page.
Hide Comment Policy
Comments