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    AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    New architectures are expected to be in products by 2022 and 2021, respectively.
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    Re: AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    Nice, but i am set for a few years to come.

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    Re: AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    dunno maybe they will be there when I need a new PC, I got the idea of wanting to try all out AMD again next time, seem like a lot of good value of the money to be honest, vs. other alternatives that seem more hyped and in fact over priced

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    Re: AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    Imagine its price. If I were you, first of all check your own pockets.

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    Re: AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    Quote Originally Posted by sinhaomar View Post
    Imagine its price. If I were you, first of all check your own pockets.
    Probably still cheaper than its competition by current standards.

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    Re: AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    Is Intel still hanging tough on 14nm in 2019 ?

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    Re: AMD roadmaps featuring Zen 4 and RDNA2 shared

    Turing is already better than RDNA from perf/watt standpoint and it is manufactured on old 12nm process. Only if Ampere is a flop (which I don't believe), will RDNA 2 make some waves.

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