AMD: The energy efficiency of our processors will continue to be unmatched

Leaker harukaze5719 has published an internal AMD document which, according to the caption, presents the preliminary outlook. These “preliminary views” include three new pieces of information:

First and foremost, AMD anticipates that the unrivaled power efficiency of its processors will continue across all segments. In other words, Intel won’t beat it in the mobile, desktop or server segment. Which is quite interesting, because lately we keep hearing about the very high energy efficiency of Intel mobile processors Meteor Lake. There were also rumors of a substantial improvement in the Raptor Lake-refresh (DVLR) situation, until ASRock announced that they would be even more greedy:

The second piece of information is about a hint of a roadmap in the right half of the slide. It suggests that in 2023 AMD for socket AM5 is calculated Zen 4 s Navi (RDNA) 3in other words with the APU Phoenix (the existing Ryzen 7000s do not have RDNA 3 graphics and another product combining them Zen 4 with RDNA 3 not known). This is quite strange – some older reports did announce the release of an APU for socket AM5 towards the end of this year, but given that there has not yet been an APU for the desktop Rembrandtthis option could not be ruled out either.

The third piece of information then talks about the year 2024, socket AM5 and a processor with cores Zen 5 and graphics Navi (RDNA) 3.5which corresponds to APU Strix Point (or any of its derivatives). Its release for the mobile segment was talked about in connection with the end of the first half of the year (Computex 2024?), so the availability of this product for the desktop in the same year is also quite surprising.

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