Not going to happen. AMD never had release per year, but release per roughly 15 months.I think they will probably officially launch in late December of this year, just to maintain the release per year schedule, but with actual availability only next year.
You don't think they aren't just selling to Cloud? Intel's sales to "Enterprise & Government" was down 40% last quarter. And while I suppose those groups could still be buying AMD I think it's more likely they aren't buying period. If you are selling to just 7 or 8 customers you don't really need to make all the details public.Oh and before anyone wonders about where Milan is - it's been ready to launch for a while. ServeTheHome has had a sample since like November last year. AMD have held off it's launch simply because they can with Ice Lake-SP being so late.
Yeah this. I don't remember where I read this, but it appears plenty Milan chips are already being shipped to cloud partners. AMD may just wait until availability for Milan is better before launching it publicly.You don't think they aren't just selling to Cloud? Intel's sales to "Enterprise & Government" was down 40% last quarter. And while I suppose those groups could still be buying AMD I think it's more likely they aren't buying period. If you are selling to just 7 or 8 customers you don't really need to make all the details public.
Yes, very disappointing. But, they have proved themselves to the enthusiast community; now they just need to feed internal roadmaps to the higher ups at OEMs. Boo hoo. Hopefully, they will throw up a bone at some investor conference call (since they are 'public').Since after the launch of Zen 2 AMD is a very tight ship indeed. Aside the one leaked roadmap we really have only patent applications (which won't help with dates, lol) to go by anymore. AMD's CES keynote this year was really disappoint regarding new information as well.
Especially when they have already reserved a ton of chips for a supercomputer order which is likely Zen4 + CDNA2.Based on what's currently happening with foundries and Apple hogging 5nm, AMD needing to counter Saphhire Rapid in servers (with DDR5 and PCIe 5 solution of their own) I'd not be surprised if actual wide availability of consumer CPUs will only be later in the latter half 2022.
Great point. El Capitan was announced to be deployed in late 2022, so we can expect consumer Zen 4 chips to launch sometime before. Let's see what's the time frame between Ryzen 5000 and the deployment of Frontier, that may well give us a first hint for the date of launch of a Zen 4 based successor.Especially when they have already reserved a ton of chips for a supercomputer order which is likely Zen4 + CDNA2.
If Warhol exists, its launch window is getting pretty tight. Zen4/Raphael is probably Jan-Mar 2022.I guess I was just trying to see if there were any credible rumor floating around on a release date (sometime in 2021 seems the most obvious).
Also, whether or not Warhol is actually real or not. Haven't seen any updates on either. Thanks for the guesses.
Ugh! I forgot it was 2021 already, duh. So Zen4 for 2022 makes much more sense, Geez, I must have sounded like an idiot.If Warhol exists, its launch window is getting pretty tight. Zen4/Raphael is probably Jan-Mar 2022.
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