Just a week ago, AMD made a biggest statement in CPU history by releasing 7nm Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000 series Processors to the mass market. Independent benchmarks were 100% amazing especially in terms of productivity workload and 7-15% improvement on single thread optimized games like CSGO, Fortnite and PUBG. After more than a decade past, AMD finally takes the IPC (Instruction Per Cycle) crown from Intel according to Cinebench R20 single core score. Mass media perceived Ryzen 3rd Gen CPUs well and most of them recommending these Processors for multithreaded tasks such as rendering and streaming.
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Recently, AMD’s Chief Architect Mike Clark has promised Zen 3 and Zen 4 Core microarchitecture chips for 2020 onward. Surprisingly, he slipped the information about Zen 5 design being worked out by engineers. Again, David Suggs the CPU Microarchitect at AMD has reconfirmed Zen 5 architecture for a second time. Thanks to Wccftech for spotting his Linkedin profile on experience section where it stated that he is the Chief Architect for Zen 5. Probably, the release date for x86-64 Zen 5 Core Processors would be around 2022, considering that 7nm+ node shrink is related to Zen 3 in 2020 and 5nm TSMC’s EUV (Extreme Ultra Violet) silicon wafers production are inclined towards Zen 4 in 2021. Great things ahead for next decade for CPU industry and we prefer true competition between Intel, AMD and Qualcomm.
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A hardcore tech enthusiast and computer expert Uson Abdilazhanov who holds a degree in communications started writing in his personal blogs since 2012. That time he was interested in the technical part of the computer. But now the software aspect plays an important role in his career. Currently, he runs a PC building and repairing shop which helps a lot of designers and gamers who always like to try new things.