AMD does not stop: Generation Zen 4 has been developing

The current success of the E- Dictates continuity for it in the foreseeable future - there is also a new generation of acceleration for deep learning in planning

The original road maps of In the Zen core processor, there were three main generations that would take us to the beginning of the next decade, perhaps as a relative precaution after planning for four generations for the Bulldozer cores. To a spiral of structured technological backwardness. However, it is already possible to declare that Zen's story is completely different and much more successful - which apparently explains why in - Talking about cores 4 future, somewhere for the year 2021.

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The updated roadmap noted that cores 2 are in their limited production phase, quite naturally, and the C- 3 is advanced in design with the goal of relying on TSMC's enhanced 7 NMR technology for EUV technology (allowing for more compact, faster and cheaper production processes). Cores 4 in turn is already in the design stage, and there seems to be a chance that they will be adapted for production in a future lithograph and further advanced - 5 nanometer, or perhaps another official trade name to be adapted in due course.

Assuming that the current momentum will also occur in the coming year, we will not be surprised to discover planning for future generations as well Thursday and Friday

Another road map of the company introduced the next generation of cards Instinct, which will inherit the MI60 and MI50 just launched in the middle of 2020, meanwhile under the general name MI-Next. The next generation promises to deliver increased connectivity, extended software support and of course also Higher in computational learning and deeper learning. This generation will probably be based on the E- Based on today's 7 nanometer lithograph - one that is expected to appear this year in graphics processing products for the home and professional market before it is matured for the prestigious stage of the HPC field.

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All this sounds very interesting, although it should be remembered that in 2020 the graphics processing market may change fundamentally - with Intel's expected entry into direct competition against AMD and against . How will this move affect the big picture? We will continue to follow and hope to see first hints in the coming months.

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