AMD Zen 3 is on Track for 2020


DigiTimes report claimed that AMD may be facing delays to its Zen 3 architecture, but the company quickly closed those rumors during a press briefing, stating that “AMD confirms that the rumor on ‘Zen 3’ delay is inaccurate". There are no signs yet of exactly when chips with the Zen 3 microarchitecture and 7nm process will debut this year, but that won’t stop the speculation. AMD has shared a roadmap that points to the EPYC Milan processors this year, so that’s a positive starting point. The company has publicly stated that one of its primary objectives during its turnaround is to establish a steady cadence of “boring execution,” meaning that it develops and delivers products at such a steady pace that it becomes boring.