AMD Gray Hawk APUs build on 7nm with 8 threads, just 10W power

There are rumours that AMD’s next-gen 7nm Gray Hawk APUs will arrive in 2019, AMD still didn’t launch it Zen which will begin in 2017. But the future Hawk APUs will have a 4-core/8-thread CPU on the 7nm FinFET process using Zen+ cores taking just 10W of power. For graphics side, these new codenamed Gray Hawk processors will feature the next-gen Navi GPU architecture also coming in 2019, which was reportedly delayed from 2018 just recently.


APU Grey Hawk APU Raven Ridge APU A10-7890K
Process node 7nm 14nm 28nm
CPU Architecture Zen+ Zen Steamroller
Socket AM4+? AM4 FM2+
Cores/Threads 4/8 4/8 4/4
Base Clock 4.1GHz
Turbo Clock 4.3GHz
GPU Architecture Navi Polaris GCN
GPU Cores 512
GPU Clock 900MHz
TDP 65W 95w

Gray Hawk will be released after Raven Ridge, with Raven Ridge based on the 14nm process and coming sometime in mid-2017. The new Gray Hawk architecture will be used in desktops, notebooks, arcade gaming systems, embedded devices, automation, retail signage to medical imaging and industrial control systems.