AMD recently launched the new Zenzen 3000-based Ryzen family of processors based on the 7nm technology. In addition, it also offered the Ryzen 5 3400G and Ryzen 3 3200G processors, which are based on Zen + cores made using 12-nanometer technology. However, these are excellent processors that can easily handle the most demanding tasks, including the conversion of graphical formats, as they incorporate the Vega's graphics core.
In the course of 2020, AMD is expected to market a new processor family, the Ryzen 4000. Newcomers will be based on Zen 2 and will made using 7nm technology. The Vega graphics card, not the newer Navi, will still be used to power the graphics content, which is basically a bit better. Nevertheless, the graphics core will be richer for VNC (Video Core Next) 2.0 technology, while this technology will not be found in Picasso GPUs.
New AMD family processors Ryzen 4000 will initially be targeted at PCs, those who need a powerful built-in graphics card. Processors designed for compact PCs will be available shortly thereafter, as newcomers are expected to be extremely energy-efficient due to advanced manufacturing technology. More about them will be known before the end of the year.