AMD Financial Analyst Day Recap: All CPU and GPU Roadmaps Ft. Zen 5, RDNA 3, CDNA 4 and respective product families

Yesterday, during Financial Analyst Day, AMD unveiled its brand new CPU and GPU roadmaps, which offer a wide variety of next-generation product families. All the information from AMD seemed a bit overwhelming given the number of products announced, so we’ll do our best to provide a general overview of everything coming between 2022-2024.

AMD 2022-2024 CPU & GPU Roadmap & Product Families Summary of Financial Analyst Day 2022

Again, this is just a general overview of what has been announced and if you’re looking for more detailed information, you can always head over to the linked articles for each product family that’s of interest to you.

AMD Phoenix Point 4nm APU with Zen 4 & RDNA 3 in 2023, Strix Point APUs with Zen 5 & RDNA 3+ in 2024 for Laptops

AMD CPU Core Roadmap

Starting with the CPU roadmap, AMD confirmed that the next-generation Zen lineup will feature 5nm, 4nm, and 3nm CPUs through 2022-2024. AMD is starting right away with Zen 4, which will launch on the 5nm process node later this year, and will also offer Zen 4 3D V-Cache chips on the same 5nm process node in 2023, and then Zen 4C, which will be an optimized 4nm node. , also in 2023.

AMD’s Zen 4 will be followed in 2024 by Zen 5, which will also come in 3D V-Cache flavors and use a 4nm process node, while the Compute-Optimized, Zen 5C, will use the more advanced 3nm process node. . Following is the full list of Zen CPU cores confirmed by the red team:

  • Zen 4 – 5nm (2022)
  • Zen 4 V cache 5nm (2023)
  • Zen 4C – 4nm (2023)
  • Zen 5 – 4nm (2024)
  • Zen 5 V Cache – 4nm (2024+)
  • Zen 5C – 3nm – (2024+)

AMD Zen CPU/APU Roadmap:

Zen architecture Zen 1 Zen+ Zen 2 Zen 3 Zen 3+ Zen 4 Zen 5 Zen 6
Process node 14nm 12nm 7nm 7nm 6nm? 5nm/4nm 4nm/3nm Not yet known
Server EPYC Naples (1st generation) N/A EPYC Rome (2nd generation) EPYC Milan (3rd generation) N/A EPYC Genoa (4th generation)
EPYC Genoa-X (4th generation)
EPYC Siena (4th generation)
EPYC Bergamo (5th generation?)
EPYC Turin (6th generation) EPYC Venice (7th generation)
High-quality desktop Ryzen Threadripper 1000 (White Haven) Ryzen Threadripper 2000 (Coflax) Ryzen Threadripper 3000 (Castle Peak) Ryzen Threadripper 5000 (Chagal) N/A Ryzen Threadripper 7000 (TBA) Not yet known Not yet known
Mainstream desktop CPUs Ryzen 1000 (Top Ridge) Ryzen 2000 (Pinnacle Ridge) Ryzen 3000 (Matisse) Ryzen 5000 (Vermeer) Ryzen 6000 (Warhol/Cancelled) Ryzen 7000 (Raphael) Ryzen 8000 (Granite Edge) Not yet known
Mainstream desktop. Notebook APU Ryzen 2000 (Raven Ridge) Ryzen 3000 (Picasso) Ryzen 4000 (Renoir)
Ryzen 5000 (Lucian)
Ryzen 5000 (Cezanne)
Ryzen 6000 (Barcelo)
Ryzen 6000 (Rembrandt) Ryzen 7000 (Phoenix) Ryzen 8000 (Strix point) Not yet known
Low Power Mobile N/A N/A Ryzen 5000 (Van Gogh)
Ryzen 6000 (Dragon Crest)
Not yet known Not yet known Not yet known Not yet known Not yet known

Which next-gen Zen CPU are you most looking forward to?

AMD Desktop ‘Ryzen’ CPU Roadmap

Next, we have the AMD Desktop CPU roadmap featuring three Zen 4 products within the Ryzen 7000 series. The first is the Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ CPU lineup that will launch in late 2022 with the Zen 4 cores. This will be followed by the Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael-X’ chips in 2023 and there will also be a Ryzen Threadripper 7000 CPU family based on the same Zen 4 cores. All of these Ryzen families will be based on a 5nm process node.AMD Financial Analyst Day Recap: All CPU and GPU Roadmaps Ft.  Zen 5, RDNA 3, CDNA 4 and respective product families 3

The sequel to Raphael comes in 2024 in the form of Granite Ridge and will be based on the 4nm Zen 5 cores. AMD has only confirmed the stock Zen 5 parts and there is no V-Cache flavor on the roadmap, but that is not the case on the server roadmap. Following is the list of desktop CPUs confirmed by AMD:

AMD Confirms Ryzen Threadripper 7000 HEDT CPUs with Zen 4 Core Architecture in 2023

  • Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ (Zen 4) – 2022
  • Ryzen 7000X ‘Raphael-X’ (Zen 4 V-Cache) – 2023
  • Ryzen Threadripper 7000 (Zen 4) – 2023
  • Ryzen 8000 ‘Granite Ridge’ (Zen 5) – 2024

AMD Mainstream Desktop CPU Generations Comparison:

AMD CPU Family code name Processor Process Processors Cores/Wires (Max) TDPs (max.) Platform Platform chipset Memory support PCIe support launch
Ryzen 1000 Top Ridge 14nm (Zen1) 8/16 95W AM4 300 series DDR4-2677 Gen 3.0 2017
Ryzen 2000 Pinnacle Ridge 12nm (Zen+) 8/16 105W AM4 400 series DDR4-2933 Gen 3.0 2018
Ryzen 3000 Matisse 7nm (Zen 2) 16/32 105W AM4 500 series DDR4-3200 Gen 4.0 2019
Ryzen 5000 Vermeer 7nm (Zen3) 16/32 105W AM4 500 series DDR4-3200 Gen 4.0 2020
Ryzen 5000 3D warhol? 7nm (Zen 3D) 8/16 105W AM4 500 series DDR4-3200 Gen 4.0 2022
Ryzen 7000 Raphael 5nm (Zen4) 16/32 170W AM5 600 series DDR5-5200/5600? Gen 5.0 2022
Ryzen 7000 3D Raphael 5nm (Zen4) 16/32? 105-170W AM5 600 series DDR5-5200/5600? Gen 5.0 2023
Ryzen 8000 granite edge 3nm (Zen5)? Not yet known Not yet known AM5 700 series? DDR5-5600+ Gen 5.0 2024-2025?

Which next-gen AMD Desktop CPU are you most looking forward to?

AMD Server ‘EPYC’ CPU Roadmap

The AMD EPYC CPU roadmap is a big deal and it looks like the 4th Gen EPYC CPU lineup will feature a diverse portfolio that includes Zen 4, Zen 4 V-Cache, and Zen 4C chips. The AMD Genoa chips will be launched first in Q4 2022 on the Zen 4 5nm core, followed by Bergamo in 2023 with Zen 4C (4nm), Genoa-X in 2023 with Zen 4 V-Cache (5nm) and Siena in 2023 with Zen 4 cores too.

The successor to the 4th generation EPYC will be launched in 2024 in the form of EPYC Turin, which will use the 4nm Zen 5 core architecture. Following is the full list of EPYC CPUs confirmed by AMD:

  • EPYC Genoa ‘Zen 4’ – 2022
  • EPYC Bergamo ‘Zen 4C’ – 2023
  • EPYC Genoa-X ‘Zen 4 V-Cache’ – 2023
  • EPYC Siena – ‘Zen 4’ – 2023
  • EPYC Turin – ‘Zen 5’ – 2024

AMD EPYC CPU Families:

Last name AMD EPYC Venice AMD EPYC Turin AMD EPYC Siena AMD EPYC Bergamo AMD EPYC Genoa-X AMD EPYC Genoa AMD EPYC Milan-X AMD EPYC Milan AMD EPYC Rome AMD EPYC Naples
Family branding EPYC 7007? EPYC 7006? EPYC 7004? EPYC7005? EPYC 7004? EPYC 7004? EPYC 7003X? EPYC 7003 EPYC 7002 EPYC 7001
Family Launch 2025+ 2024-2025? 2023 2023 2023 2022 2022 2021 2019 2017
CPU architecture Zen6? Zen 5 Zen 4 Zen 4C Zen 4 V cache Zen 4 Zen 3 Zen 3 Zen 2 Zen 1
Process node To be determined 3nm TSMC? 5nm TSMC 5nm TSMC 5nm TSMC 5nm TSMC 7nm TSMC 7nm TSMC 7nm TSMC 14nm GloFo
Platform Name: To be determined SP5/SP6 SP6 SP5 SP5 SP5 SP3 SP3 SP3 SP3
Wall outlet To be determined LGA6096 (SP5)
LGA XXXX (SP6)
LGA 4844 LGA 6096 LGA 6096 LGA 6096 LGA 4094 LGA 4094 LGA 4094 LGA 4094
Max number of cores 384? 256 64 128 96 96 64 64 64 32
max. number of threads 768? 512 128 256 192 192 128 128 128 64
Max L3 cache To be determined To be determined 256MB? To be determined 1152MB? 384MB? 768MB? 256MB 256MB 64MB
Chiplet design To be determined To be determined 8 CCDs (1CCX per CCD) + 1 IOD 12 CCDs (1 CCX per CCD) + 1 IOD 12 CCDs (1 CCX per CCD) + 1 IOD 12 CCDs (1 CCX per CCD) + 1 IOD 8 CCDs with 3D V-Cache (1 CCX per CCD) + 1 IOD 8 CCDs (1 CCX per CCD) + 1 IOD 8 CCDs (2 CCXs per CCD) + 1 IOD 4 CCDs (2 CCXs per CCD)
Memory support To be determined DDR5-6000? DDR5-5200 DDR5-5600? DDR5-5200 DDR5-5200 DDR4-3200 DDR4-3200 DDR4-3200 DDR4-2666
Memory channels To be determined 12 channels (SP5)
6-channel (SP6)
6 channel 12 channels 12 channels 12 channels 8 channels 8 channels 8 channels 8 channels
PCIe Gen Support To be determined To be determined 96 generation 5 160 generation 5 160 generation 5 160 generation 5 128 generation 4 128 generation 4 128 generation 4 64 generation 3
TDP range To be determined 480W (cTDP 600W) 70-225W 320W (cTDP 400W) 200W (cTDP 400W) 200W (cTDP 400W) 280W 280W 280W 200W

Which Next-Gen AMD EPYC CPUs are you most looking forward to?

AMD Notebook ‘Ryzen’ CPU Roadmap

On the notebook side, AMD has confirmed that by 2023 they will have Phoenix Point with Zen 4 and RDNA 3 core IPs on the 4nm node and its successor will be called Strix Point, which will use Zen 5 and RDNA 3+ IPs. . on an advanced process node by 2024. The Phoenix Point family will fall under the Ryzen 7000 Notebook lineup, while Strix Point will fall under the Ryzen 8000 CPU lineup. Both will use a chiplet-based design.

  • Ryzen 7000 ‘Phoenix Point’ (Zen 4+RDNA 3 at 4nm) – 2023
  • Ryzen 8000 ‘Strix Point’ (Zen 5+RDNA 3+ at 3nm?) – 2024
Which next-gen AMD notebook CPUs are you most looking forward to?

AMD Gaming ‘Radeon’ GPU Roadmap

David Wang and his team in the Radeon segment switched to AMD’s GPU roadmap, unveiling RDNA 3 ‘Navi 3x’ GPUs based on 5nm process nodes in 2022, followed by RDNA 4 ‘Navi 4x’ GPUs on an advanced node in 2024 .

  • Radeon RX 7000 ‘RDNA 3’ 5nm GPUs – 2022
  • Radeon RX 8000 ‘RDNA 4’ 3nm GPUs – 2024?

AMD RDNA Generational GPU Lineup

Radeon setup Radeon RX 5000 Radeon RX 6000 Radeon RX 7000 Radeon RX 8000
GPU architecture RDNA 1 RDNA 2 RDNA 3 / RDNA 2 RDNA 4
Process node 7nm 7nm 5nm/6nm? 5nm/3nm?
GPU family Navi 1X Navi 2X Navi 3X Navi 4X
Flagship GPU N/A Navi 21 (5120 SPs) Navi 31 (15360 SPs) Navi 41
High-performance GPU Navi 10 (2560 SPs) Navi 22 (2560 SPs) Navi 32 (10240 SPs) Navi 42
Mid-tier GPU Navi 12 (2560 SPs) Navi 23 (2048 SPs) Navi 33 (5120 SPs) Navi 43
Entry-level GPU Navi 14 (1536 SPs) Navi 24 (1024 SPs) Navi 34 (2560 SPs) Navi 44

Which next-gen AMD Radeon GPUs are you most looking forward to?

AMD Server ‘Instinct’ GPU Roadmap

Finally, we have the server GPU roadmap which, starting with the CDNA 3 architecture, will technically no longer be a GPU-only design, but will shift to an APU-like architecture. The Instinct MI300 will be the only family in the CDNA 3 series that is based on the 5nm process node and uses multiple CDNA 3 configurations with Zen 4 cores. The family will start next year in 2023.

That’s a wrap for the roadmaps, let us know your thoughts in the comments for AMD’s next-gen CPU and GPU product portfolio.

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