The new family of processors from AMD camp, Ryzen, could be launched at the end of February, coinciding with the Game Developers Conference 2017 (GDC 2017). We remind you that at last year’s GDC 2016 event, AMD had announced the Polaris architecture. Now the company would repeat an appearance, but with the launch of Ryzen.

AMD Ryzen could be released during GDC 2017 

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For GDC 2017, the presence of Ken Mitchell and Elliot Kim has been confirmed, technical engineers at AMD, where in the description of above session scheduler we can see details about the AMD Ryzen CPUs, Zen microarchitecture and power management. Although “the recently launched AMD CPU Ryzen” indicating that Ryzen presentation would take place before the event, but for now there are no details on it.

On the other hand, a new Ryzen model has been leaked. The flagship model with 8 physical cores and 16 processing threads offer a pretty good TDP of 95W, it is now known that the model of 6 cores and 12 threads will have an even better TDP of 65W, so at the moment everything looks good under the paper.

via: Videocardz