The official launch event of the generationRYZEN Next is almost here, and the web is full of interesting rumors and leaks
The AMD online event that will take place tomorrow (Thursday, October 8) at 19:00 Israel time promises us theThe beginning of a new journey, And after three generations of desktop processors that have managed to live up to expectations and promises in an appreciative way - we tend to believe, even though all the evidence points to it That the first processors in the Zen 3 architecture in the home market Will not provide us with another jump in processing core numbers for any price level.
Results that surfaced in the Ashes of the Singularity built-in performance test database confirm to us that AMD is indeed planning to brand the new models under the Ryzen 5000 family, due to the expansion of the APU model range that incorporates graphics cores within them Which occurred several months ago As part of the desktop Ryzen 4000 series (Still under availability for the OEM market only unfortunately, and not for standard home users), And also confirm that the modelRYZEN 7 5800X will include eight physical processing cores and 16 logical processing cores, just like theRYZEN 7 3800X of last year that included the same amount of cores at a recommended launch price of $ 400.
Further evidence online suggests the existence of the Ryzen 9 5900X with 12 physical processing cores and 24 logical processing cores, and if this is indeed the case it would make sense to assume the existence of a leading Ryzen 9 5950X model with 16 physical cores and 32 logical cores - when Any number of cores beyond this level will be saved again for the next threadripper family. However, a move to cores in an improved Zen 3 architecture and a 7-nm enhanced manufacturing process at TSMC (it is not yet clear whether this refers to the N7P or N7 +, i.e. the second or third generation of lithography in the giant chipmaker from Taiwan) should lead to improvements in capability The approach of the different processing cores to the different levels of memory Caching, improving thermal stability and the potential to reach higher maximum operating frequencies and provide significantly better average operating frequencies over time.
There are those who are convinced that in the new generation AMD Will finally succeed in achieving equality in performance potential vis-à-vis the laboratories of Intel Also in comparisons of capabilities Core Single and also in multi-core comparisons - which will be a very big line for consumers given that the company already enjoys the royalty in cost-benefit ratios when it offers more physical cores (with more performance in applications that know how to take advantage of it properly) at the same cost at almost any common price level. We are not yet completely convinced - but we hope to receive conclusive evidence thatZen 3 is the next big thing in just a few hours. What do you think about the issue? Feel free to share with us and everyone in the comments.