AMD confirmed on its recent Q3 earnings call that its Zen based CPUs, code-named Summit Ridge, will be releasing in Q1 2017. According to Wccftech, CEO and President of AMD Dr. Lisa Su responded to a question from Chris Hemmelgarn of Barclays on the call. “With Summit Ridge launching in Q1 of 2017, I guess how would you expect the channel to ramp that?” Asked Hemmelgarn. “Do you see it ramping pretty fully in the first couple of quarters of the year, or are you looking for more normal PC seasonality?”Su replied that AMD expects good initial demand for Summit Ridge, “not quite at the season patterns.” Plus she believes the processors will fit into a space where AMD is not currently offering a product. “So we believe we’ll be competitive certainly with Core I5 as well as Core I7 and we will be launching in those areas.”The Zen desktop CPUs are expected to launch around January’s Consumer Electronics Show, alongside the new X370 motherboards. High-end motherboards and Summit Ridge CPUs are expected to be a little later. You’ll need a new motherboard for the new line of CPUs, and you’ll also need Windows 10, a requirement shared by Intel’s Kaby… Read full this story
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