Prominent news sharing tech YouTube channel Gamer Meld just released new video about AMD boasting with 7nm+ node technology that beats Intel’s current 10nm chips easily in terms of speed and performance per watt. These pieces of information are coming direct from AMD where the company shared their own roadmap slides in annual HP Cast Japan 2019 seminar among enterprise computing.
The main topic of presentation was about enterprise computing so AMD highlighted about upcoming EPYC (Milan) server chips beating 10nm FinFet Intel’s aging Core architecture. Before that, AMD revealed CPU roadmap till 2022 including Ryzen and Epyc chips up to Zen 4 Design named Genoa Server Chips.
It’s easily translates into Zen 3 chips being 7nm+ technology powering Ryzen 4000 series. Most important, full maturation process of 7nm technology will be 7nm+ designed Zen 3 architecture which is created by TSMC’s EUV (Extreme Ultra Violet) fabrication process.
Therefore, PC enthusiasts and small/medium enterprises will enjoy next year’s Ryzen 4th Gen processors beating Intel’s late released 10nm chips due to 4 years of delay. Looks like, Intel will be having long-term difficulties to deal with it’s own reported low yield rates on 10nm process that it only allowed to produce mobile quad core Ice Lake processors. Up until now, outdated 14nm++ node is still powering current 9th Gen Core Processors and Xeon server chips while AMD is far ahead with 7nm current Ryzen 3000 series products for general consumers and Epyc Rome server chips for data centers.