AMD fans may want to start saving now for next year’s holiday season. According to a report from MyDrivers, the next generation of Ryzen products will arrive at the end of 2020. These comprise AMD’s 4th gen Ryzen CPUs, which are built on the 7 nm+ Zen 3 architecture, as well as its complementary 600-series chipset. X670, the new flagship, will feature enhanced PCIe 4.0 support and increased I/O.

It is also stated that the X670 chipset would be the last generation of AM4 socketed platform for AMD’s Ryzen processors. This might indicate that AMD has plans to retire the AM4 socket after the Ryzen 4000 series of processors. It makes sense since the AM4 platform has already been with us for a good 3 years since its initial launch on the 300-series chipsets back in 2017.

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