AMD has prefaced its CES 2018 showcase by announcing its roadmap for 2018. After taking huge steps forward in 2017, it looks like the momentum is still flowing, with even bigger promises made for 2018.
On the CPU side of things, Ryzen desktop and mobile APUs (which combine CPU and GPU performance) are set to launch first, followed by second generation Ryzen desktop CPUs, then “Ryzen Pro” mobile APUs. In the second half of 2018, AMD will launch the second generations of Threadripper and Ryzen Pro CPUs.
Graphics-wise, AMD’s portfolio is a little less ambitious, with RX Vega 56 and 64 remaining the company’s current desktop flagships. However, the Vega Mobile GPUs, and machine learning-focused 7nm “Instinct Vega” GPUs certainly sound interesting.
Images of both the CPU and GPU roadmaps can be seen below:
What do you make of AMD’s plans for 2018? Let us know.
Source: AMD via AnandTech
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