Using TSMC 5nm
AMD's latest financial analyst presentation spilt the beans on the outfit’s Ryzen 7000 Zen 4 CPUs.
Zen 4 will have a V-Cache version and Zen 5 comes in 2024
At its Financial Analyst Day, AMD has updated its CPU roadmap, giving us a bit more official details about its future, confirming that Zen 5 will be coming in 2024, and confirming more details on what to expect from the Zen 4 architecture-based lineup.
New AM5 socket, PCIe Gen 5, DDR5, and more
During its 2022 Product Premiere event at the CES 2022, AMD confirmed that its 5nm Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series is coming this year and it will be "available in 2H22 for PC gamers".
But main focus is on Zen 3 with 3D V-Cache
AMD will have a big presentation at the CES 2022 show and while it is known that we will hear about the new notebook chips, new Threadripper, as well as the new Zen 3 desktop chips with 3D V-Cache, it appears that AMD will also talk about the next generation Zen 4 chips as well.
Genoa Zen 4 and Bergamo Zen 4c, with up to 96 and 128 cores
During its Accelerated Data Center keynote, AMD has disclosed some impressive details about its upcoming Zen 4-based EPYC lineup, including details about the 4th generation EPYC, and two segments it will cover.
The company celebrates five years of Ryzen
In a special video interview/presentation celebrating five years of Ryzen and led by none other than AMD's own John Taylor and Robert Hallock, AMD shed some light about its future CPU path, including Zen 3 with 3D V-cache, Zen 4, PCIe Gen5, and DDR5.
Confirms on Zen 4 release date
AMD reported huge second quarter results nearly doubling its revenue from last year.
Up to 40 percent if all goes well
According to the latest rumor, AMD's Zen 4 architecture offers a 29 percent IPC improvement compared to the Zen 3 architecture, and this extends to even better improvements if all goes well for Genoa.
Ready in Q3 2021 for Intel and AMD
It was rumored for a while that the Alder Lake platform expected in the latter part of 2021 has support for DDR5. Team Group is now reporting that they have successfully developed consumer-grade DDR5 memory validation. The company announced the beginning of validation.
Zen 4 to go to the next node
Digitimes, VideoCardz, and RetiredEngineer (twitter) started an intriguing rumor that Ryzen 4000 might end up at 5nm+. Asking around at a reliable place, we have to disappoint some of you as this won't be the case. The Ryzen 4000 series based on Zen 3 core is still at 7nm.