The Ryzen hype is real and AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 3000 launch is highly anticipated by gamers and enthusiasts. Ever since the first Ryzen launch AMD’s processor launches have had the same hype as big GPU launches. It looks like we might get more details on the upcoming Ryzen 3000 series processors at GDC 2019, which will run March 18th – 22nd.
AMD has a time-slot at GDC 2019 in San Francisco. Hosted by Ken Mitchell, it is titled “AMD Ryzen Processor Software Optimization (Presented by AMD)”. The announcement reads, “Learn about the Ryzen line up of processors, profiling tools and techniques to understand optimization opportunities, and get a glimpse of the next generation of “Zen 2″ x86 core architecture. Gain insight into code optimization opportunities and lessons learned with examples including C/C++, assembly, and hardware performance-monitoring counters.”
So do not expect any architecture deep dives, but there will more than likely be new information presented. Of course we will have all the details of this event when they become available.