AMD seems to have begun testing of its third APU for the socket AM4 platform, codenamed "Picasso." The code-name noticed first mild some 10 months ago, when it was described as AMD's APU product for 2019. The built-in graphics core of "Picasso" made its method to UserBenchmark database beneath the device ID "15D8." There are not any benchmark outcomes related to this chip, but. OIder slides described "Picasso" as being a barely improved variant of "Raven Ridge," with enhancements to out of the field efficiency and efficiency/Watt. It is probably that the chip is actually "Raven Ridge" fabricated on the 12 nm node, with tweaks to the chip's on-die software. 2019 may even see AMD introduce its first chips primarily based on the "Zen 2" structure.
Source : TechPowerUp