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CES 2022 Preview: 9 Biggest Rumors And Trends To Expect

CRN looks at the biggest rumors and trends to expect at CES 2022, including companies that have cancelled in-person plans as well as what Intel, AMD, Samsung and OnePlus will likely present.

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AMD’s 3D V-Cache CPUs, RDNA 3 GPUs Likely On Tap

Like other chipmakers, AMD is expected to launch and reveal new chips at its CES press conference on Jan. 4, 2022, but the real question is, which ones? The company’s public road maps and previous disclosures likely hold some answers.

Since May of last year, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has been hyping new Ryzen 5000 CPUs that will be first to use AMD’s 3D chiplet technology called 3-D V-Cache. The company said in October that it would launch these chips at the beginning of 2022, and it has promised an average performance improvement of 15 percent over existing Ryzen 5000 CPUs for gaming.

As for other new CPU products on tap, a new line of Threadripper processors is possible. For one, it’s been since July 2020 when AMD last released new Threadripper CPUs — the Threadripper Pro 3000WX series for workstations to be exact. And new rumors suggest that the company is planning to launch a workstation CPU refresh, the Threadripper Pro 5000 series, at the beginning of next year.

When it comes to AMD’s GPU efforts, the chipmaker has previously promised that GPUs using its next-generation RDNA 2 architecture would arrive sometime in the 2022 timeframe. More recently, specs have allegedly leaked for next-generation Radeon GPUs.

 
 
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