AMD Ryzen 2
This is at least from leaked information from MeoPC . While the current Summit Ridge chips are being produced using the 14-nanometer process, the upcoming processors will be manufactured using GlobalFoundries’ new 12-nanometer production lines. Not only are the structures finer, but the slightly redesigned Zen + architecture is also used. In addition to higher clock rates and lower energy requirements, there will also be support for higher clock frequencies for the connected DDR4 RAMs.
In conjunction with the new Ryzen processors, AMD also provided a revised chipset for the 400 series. However, work continues with the AM4 sockets. Since new motherboards will probably come on the market in March, early buyers of the new Ryzen 7 can also use this on existing systems, a BIOS update to produce the appropriate compatibility. However, the chips appearing in the first quarter are once again intended for use in desktop systems. Variants with reduced power consumption and notebook chips will not be available until April. And the second generation of Ryzen Pro will come in May.