Last year AMD had confirmed that Zen 4 CPUs and RDNA 3 GPUs were "on-track" for 2022 release. Although details weren't available back then, from earlier release schedules by the firm, it was quite evident that the company would first launch its standalone desktop CPUs first in the form of Ryzen 7000, followed by APUs with integrated graphics later. However, it was far more difficult to guess the schedule for its RDNA 3 GPUs as the firm has a more varying pattern in this case.
YouTuber Red Gaming Tech (RGT) alleges however that it has received information related to the entire release schedule for next gen AMD products, both its Ryzen CPUs as well as Radeon GPUs.
According to the new report, AMD will start off with the Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series desktop CPUs first, codenamed Raphael, followed by the APUs (codenamed Phoenix). This is pretty much standard AMD stuff like we talked about before. Phoenix is rumored to feature up to 24 CUs and be faster than the GTX 1060. RGT also adds that the Phoenix APUs may be released around CES of 2023.
Now coming over to the RDNA 3 side, this is where things get more interesting. Apparently, AMD will release Navi 33 first alongside the Ryzen 7000 processors. This will be followed by the flagship Navi 31 later. Finally, there will be Navi 32, which will perform in the middle of the two. Navi 32 will reportedly be the last to be released which means it may land sometime around Spring of 2023.
Not really going to put this as a video as its a tiny thing, but I've basically heard the release schedule is— RedGamingTech (@RedGamingTech) April 28, 2022
Zen4/N33 -> N31 -> Phoenix -> N32
Phoenix possibly around Q1/CES.
The launch schedule kind of makes sense going off previously leaked information that has shown AMD using the 6nm technology in Navi 33, something that it's already utilizing for its Navi 24 GPUs.
Meanwhile, the Navi 31 and Navi 32 will be using a mix of the old 6nm tech as well as some new 5nm too.