Upcoming hardware releases 2018

Published by Luca Rocchi on 02.08.18

In this article you can find a growing list about the upcoming hardware releases. Since we will not leak any information which is under NDA, we will just update this article with leaks and official announcements. Below you can find some information regarding the upcoming CPUs, GPUs, chipsets and memory.





Processors

AMD

Q3 2018

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2000
  • 8 core, 12 core, 16 core, 24 core, and 32 core CPUs
  • Backwards compatible with existing socket TR4 motherboards
AMD Ryzen 2000
  • Ryzen 3 2300X, Ryzen 5 2500X
  • Ryzen 3 2000U, Ryzen 5 2600U

2019

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000
  • Backwards compatible with existing socket TR4 motherboards
AMD Zen 2
  • 7 nanometer production process

Intel

Q4 2018

Intel Cannon Lake
  • 10 nanometer production process
  • DDR4L support
Intel Coffee Lake Refresh
  • Core i9-9900K 8/16
  • Core i7-9700K 8/8
  • Core i5-9600K 6/6

2019

Intel Ice Lake
  • 10 nanometer production process
  • AVX512 instructions: AVX512F, AVX512CD, AVX512DQ, AVX512BW, AVX512VL


Graphics cards


AMD

H2 2018

AMD Vega 20
  • 7 nanometer production process
  • HBM2, PCI-Express 4.0, 32GB memory
AMD Navi
  • 7 nanometer production process

Intel

Q3 2018

Intel Discrete GPU
  • 8x8 mm² die area, 1.54B transistors
  • 14 nanometer production process

NVIDIA

Q4 2018

NVIDIA Ampere
  • GDDR6 memory
NVIDIA Geforce 11-series
  • GT104 chip, GTX 1180, GTX 1170
NVIDIA Turing
  • Compatible with NVIDIA RTX
  • GDDR6 memory
NVIDIA Volta
  • 12 nanometer production process
  • Tensor Cores support
  • GDDR6 memory


Chipset


AMD

H2 2018

AMD B450
  • Successor of AMD B350
AMD Z490
  • Successor of AMD X470
  • More PCIe lanes

Intel

Q4 2018

Intel Z390
  • Successor of Intel Z370
  • Compatible with Coffee Lake and Cannon Lake CPUs
Intel X399
  • Successor of Intel X299
  • Compatible with Coffee Lake-X and Cannon Lake-X CPUs


Memory


AMD

H2 2018

GDDR6
  • Up to 16 Gbps speeds (2x GDDR5)

2019/2020

DDR5
  • 7 nanometer production process
  • 4800 / 6400 Gbps
HBM3
  • 7 nanometer production process




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