Besides discussing some of their achievements, AMD also talked about the future of their Zen architecture and Ryzen CPUs.
AMD has just celebrated the 5th anniversary of its CPU architecture, the ZEN in CPUs Ryzen. During this journey, they encountered quite a several good and bad experiences, which have brought them to where they are today.
This architecture came under the leadership of CEO Lisa Su and legendary chip architect Jim Keller. With the launch of the ZEN architecture, they can catch up, even catch up with their competitors.
Meanwhile, Technical Marketing Director AMD, Robert Hallock, confirmed their new platform’s presence at this event. They say AMD is ready to introduce CPUs for new platforms in the near future.
Robert additionally showed that AMD’s subsequent-generation AM5 platform will feature assistance for brand new technologies consisting of DDR5, PCIe five.0 and will be well suited with new Ryzen CPUs codenamed ‘Raphael.’
As is known, this CPU will be based on the next-generation Zen 4 core, which will be launched in late 2022. AMD will also introduce the Ryzen Zen 3D V-Cache CPU in early 2022, which is confirmed for the AM4 socket.
For specifications, Zen 4-based CPUs will get TSMC’s 5nm fabrication technology with 6nm IOD. This CPU comes with the AM5 platform using the LGAsocket. The
1718Ryzen ‘Zen 3D’ will feature enhanced 7nm fabrication technology and comes with 64 MB of Stacked cache per CCD (96 MB L3 per CCD), which is claimed to have up to a 15 % increase in average in-game performance.