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The next news of AMD? Increase the amount of cores in all processors (updated)

2 Update: It is worth noting a number of rumors in the network that talk about the growth of CCX arrays not to six cores - but to eight (!) Processing cores, which will allow us to receive respectively With eight processing cores, mainstream desktop processors with up to 16 cores in the next generation, Next, maybe even 64 physical cores are the most advanced models of all.

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Sounds like science fiction at the moment - but Has already proved to us that it can be unpredictable and surprise with tremendous technological leapfrogging, so not to ignore this information completely.

updating: Reporting From the reputable site Chiphell talks about the possibility of improving IPC (RA Intructions Per Clock - or in other words improvement Direct in the same operation and regardless of the frequency of operation) between 10 and 15% 2 compared to what is available today in the core Plus.

Such an improvement would enable the Compare the performance of the single core to those of the latest Coffee Lake cores , Theoretically, and further increase the relative advantage it already has when it comes to multi-core performance - which will make the race between the two even hotter, while at the same time requiring To give everything it has within its first nanometer 10 models, without waiting and drawing time under various business strategies.

The original article: A new teaser from MSI may indicate that the core of the MSI, 2 will reach us in enlarged CCX arrays with six units each, instead of only four today

While we are busy waiting for the arrival of the next generation, 2000 With an almost imaginative amount of processing power at home-based price, do we actually have a good reason to start looking a little further into the future - and focus on the third generation of Ryzen processors?

We already know that the 2019 Ryzen processors will offer us new Zen 2 cores with an innovative 7 nm manufacturing process and a great addition to their capabilities, but now MSI teaser video shows that alongside the improvement in the cores themselves, we can also see a change in the chip's CCX structure - The same basic building block that all modern processors consist of , With one to eight of them depending on the product and model with impressive flexibility that has proven itself so far.

This is how the CCX modern unit looks . Will we soon get another revolution in the processor market on the part of AMD?

A promise to support more than eight processing cores in the new B450 panels proves that the CCX units will be increased to contain six processing cores, To offer six physical cores and 12 logical cores as a new default in both mobile APU products and The most basic stationary (which now starts with a price tag of less than $ 100), and up to 12 model processing cores More advanced - and that without talking about the potential of providing 48 physical cores (!) In the EPYC server and, Instead of 32 "only" cores now.

The Promising Tease Of . Any increase over 8 cores in the Will make a change in CCX necessarily, as it were

Probably still early to jump to far-reaching conclusions like the ones in the previous paragraph, but hey - that undoubtedly increases our interest in the future generation, and makes us wonder how Deal with this new situation assuming it is here to come true. what do you think? Let's tell in comments.

The near future sounds very promising, and we are happy about it


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  1. ^^^^

    cool it ! :)

    We were already in this movie.

    Yaani, this is good for us consumers, but for Intel

    There's really nothing to worry about.

    She seems to have a lot of rabbits in her hat.

    Well, thanks to AMD, they (Intel's bunnies) will pull out much faster!

  2. amd gives serious fate intel will probably increase the number of cores to 8, and there are rumors that HT will be canceled and will only be in the i9 line (totally illogical) which may contribute to amd lol.

  3. Wait, CPU cores are this new mega pixel camera? The more the better the rest is negligible?

  4. I didn't understand for a moment
    Will the bracket be the same bracket as Reisen Generation 1?
    New CCX doesn't mean I'll have to replace a board right?

  5. Apart from adding cores, we are currently talking about an improvement of 10% in IPC (I do not have the source right now) and that's what matters.

    Besides, of course, you expect a certain amount of clock speed.

    If the choice is going to be between i7 with 8 cores and without HT to REYZEN 7 enhanced with 12 cores and SMT it's already pretty clear which processor will be more lucrative.

    From Gimnig's point of view, I guess Intel will still be king. It's interesting to see what the gap will be between the processors with the new Nomia cards.

  6. Quote of omertgm

    Wait, CPU cores are this new mega pixel camera? The more the better the rest is negligible?

    You did not understand. If the CCX cores change, it means that they not only improve the production process but also the architecture.

    It's like 2 jumping forward, so of course there will be an improvement in gaming.

  7. Quote of Jabberwock

    You did not understand. If the CCX cores change, it means that they not only improve the production process but also the architecture.

    It's like 2 jumping forward, so of course there will be an improvement in gaming.

    It's not an architecture change, it's more of the same. Guess it will come with a minimization of production process that will allow frequency raising and also not architecture.
    A major improvement in IPC, which means architecture costs, is the main thing. Hope AMD spends most of the resources there.

    Specifically, games are the least used processes in multi-core (over 6 there is negligible change in the vast majority of games).
    Those who earn are heavy content creators of photo and video editing and sound. The last to feel a difference are gamers.

    And beyond that, my next system will probably be AMD-based. Like the good old days more than 8 years ago ..

  8. Quote of omertgm

    Specifically, games are the least used processes in multi-core (over 6 there is negligible change in the vast majority of games).
    The ones who will profit are HughCreate heavy content of image, video, and sound editing. The last to feel a difference is Gamers.

    And beyond all this, my next system will probably be based AMD. As in the good days before more than 8 years ..

    Depends on which game engine. Once 4 cores was enough, today it has been expanded to 6.

    For example, in the Unreal engine, 2 has major processor tasks. One related to acting, physics, artificial intelligence, memory allocation, etc.

    And the second rendering requests. Which are also transferred to the video card driver.

    In any case, the vertices can also split work asynchronously. And here comes the matter of more cores.

  9. Great, so we agree. With the exception of unique games above the 6 cores there is no addition to games while cores. So the race after more and more cores especially for gamers is futile and secondary to other improvements.

  10. Quote of omertgm

    The race after more and more cores especially for gamers is futile and secondary to other improvements

    Unless the gamer does more things in parallel, like record the game or stream it live. In this case, it is desirable to have a processor that can handle multiple tasks simultaneously so that the game does not "interrupt".

    1. So even for games, increasing the CCX to six cores will allow running (up to six) cores that the game uses,
      So they all have the same CCX, so will improve performance.

  11. Every competition empowers the consumer…
    Red versus yellow in sports…
    Red vs. Green in Graphics…
    But won't capillary blow our wallet and veins in the end?

    1. Oh, weak ... Get

      Increasing cores helps the consumer,
      With an unparalleled competition in a decade,
      Processors that can only be cooled with nitrogen,
      That the money will not end.

  12. For the gaming market, even more cores do not matter. Games like this do not know how to work with so many cores. In core gaming, the core is what matters. Only in the industry (Renders and stuff) is the number of cores interesting.

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