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AMD: No delays for PS5, Xbox Series X, Zen 3 CPUs, and RDNA 2 GPUs

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Enlarge / This slide is a year old, but AMD CEO Lisa Su says it's still accurate—Zen 3, Big Navi, and next-gen console CPUs will all arrive on schedule later this year. (credit: AMD)

During AMD's second-quarter earnings call, CEO Lisa Su said that all of the company's upcoming 2020 product launches are still on schedule—meaning Zen 3 desktop CPUs, RDNA 2 "Big Navi" GPUs, and console hardware for the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

This is great news for consumers but bad news for Intel, which reorganized its engineering department this week shortly after admitting that we won't be seeing its 7nm desktop CPUs until late 2022 or perhaps even 2023.

This isn't quite as bad as it sounds—there's a discrepancy between the way the two companies measure process size, and transistor density for Intel's 7nm process should be roughly equivalent to AMD fab partner TSMC's 5nm process. Unfortunately, the delay means TSMC should be debuting its 3nm parts around the same time that Intel now expects to be launch its own 7nm.

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