A leaked Gigabyte roadmap revealed quite a bit of information about new products to be released by AMD for the AM4 platform. In addition to confirming the existence of “Matisse Refresh”, the roadmap also reveals the arrival of the A520 in August, and information on the new Renoir APUs.
Regarding Renoir, Ryzen 4000G APUs, the roadmap reveals that they will only be compatible with 500 Series chipsets, i.e. X570, B550, and the new A520. It also mentions that despite being based on Zen 2, they will not support PCI-E 4.0, but will be limited to PCI-E 3.0.
The other relevant information is the arrival of the A520 in August, with the possibility of taking advantage of the PCI-E 4.0 lines of the Ryzen 3000 processors, something that is not possible in the 400 Series or 300 Series. We have already seen leaks of the A520 from Other brands, although there are still no details of the models that Gigabyte is preparing.
Renoir APUs are expected to arrive in July alongside Matisse Refresh, while A520, as the slide mentions, will arrive in August.
What do you think about this information revealed by the leaked Gigabyte roadmap? Are you eager for these new products?
Source: Hassan Mujtaba