Instead of the core number, Zen 4 increases the single-threaded tempo

If the information proves to be correct, the Ryzen 6000 series, dated for the future, will also scale to 16 cores, just like the 3000 or 5000 series. Although a 24-core variant was included in AMD’s plans, it was eventually taken off the roadmap. With its development codenamed Raphael, the design company tends to focus on the highest possible tempo per core, for which the engineer will even increase the power consumption of the top model, up to 170 watts, according to the news.

Now on Friday SYSADMINDAY!

On July 16, we will host the domestic Sysadminday at an outdoor venue again this year. There will again be quizzes, sweepstakes for valuable hardware and training, plus stand-ups.

Now on Friday SYSADMINDAY! On July 16, we will host the domestic Sysadminday at an outdoor venue again this year. There will again be quizzes, sweepstakes for valuable hardware and training, plus stand-ups.

The latter may be needed to maximize the clock signal. According to previously leaked information, the Zen 4 processor core, designed for TSMC’s 5-nanometer bandwidth, will bring IPC growth of more than 20 percent, meaning that, assuming the same clock speed, the new ones coming in 2022 may be that much faster than Zen 3 models. Thanks to the change in manufacturing technology, efficiency, more specifically the performance / consumption ratio, can increase by 50 percent, while the microarchitecture also brings support for the AVX-512 instruction set.

In addition to the CPU chiplet (CCD), the bandwidth of the I / O chip also varies. Instead of the current 12-nanometer process, 6-nanometer central chips can be made, which can result in significant advances in both dissipation and efficiency. In addition to the DDR5-5200 modules, the memory controller built into the new central chip will be able to handle three NVMe SSDs simultaneously. Thanks to the also new 600 series chipset, the platform offers 28 PCIe 4.0 tracks in addition to USB4 support.

Some copies of the first desktop processor, codenamed Raphael, based on Zen 4, may come with an integrated GPU, confirming a rumor it has been a couple of weeks ago. According to the current position, Raphael may be launched sometime in the third or fourth quarter of 2022, but the AM5 platform may even appear before that, as Rembrandt based on Zen 3+ may be introduced by AMD in the first quarter of next year.


Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.

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