At an Investor Day presentation, AMD took the time to discuss its new 'Zen' CPU core architecture and made sure to mention a large performance increase on the horizon.
In these talks, AMD announced that this new chip will offer a 40 percent increase in instructions per clock (IPC) over its 'Excavator' CPU core architecture, making a massive increase in performance.
Alongside this, 'Zen' will offer simultaneous multi-threading which TechPowerUp claims "will leverage the 14 nm FinFET process." We will see these chips put to use in desktop applications at first, scheduled for a 2016 launch.
It has further been established that AMD is looking towards unifying the CPU and APU into one socket, labeling it as the AM4 and we should also expect a further release of the 7th generation of A-series APUs in the near future.
Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:29 pm CDT
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