This year there is definitely no Zen 4, so after the release of Intel’s 12th-generation Core, what is AMD’s response? A few days ago, the great god Yuri Bubliy who developed the DRAM calculator and the Ryzen FM tool broke the news that his new tool Project Hydra will be launched at the end of November to support the Ryzen 6000 processor.
When replying to the media for verification, Yuri Bubliy stated that Ryzen 6000 was indeed based on the statement he had obtained. He also made it clear in introducing the dynamics of Project Hydra (overclocking and voltage regulation tool),The new Ryzen will be launched at the end of January.
According to previous information, the new product based on Zen3 3D cache stack technology may be called Ryzen 5000 XT, and the APU with 6nm Zen3+ core is called Ryzen 6000 series.
Zen 3 3D cache stack technology adds an additional 64MB level three cache to the current Zen3, thereby achieving an average gain of 15% in game frame rate.
As for the 6nm Zen3+, it is expected to be launched as the APU code-named Rembrandt (Rembrandt), GPU integrated RDNA2 (Navi2), support DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory, mobile version first, power consumption of 15W and 45W.