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mood posted a topic in Technology NewsAMD unveils its third-gen EPYC server CPUs with Zen 3 cores As the company had announced a few days ago, AMD today took the wraps off the third generation of EPYC CPUs, geared towards the server market. These are the first EPYC processors based on the Zen 3 core architecture that debuted with the Ryzen 5000 series, and they promise up to a 19% increase in instructions per clock compared to the previous generation. The lineup includes processors with anywhere from eight to 64 cores, and between 16 and 128 threads, and they include support for things like 4-6
steven36 posted a topic in Technology NewsOwners of MSI's 400 series boards will get to upgrade to Zen 3 no matter what modey they own. (Image: MSI) (Image: MSI) AMD previously confirmed that Zen 3 would be compatible with 400-series chipsets. However, there's a caveat to this that has owners for those motherboards nervous. Ryzen 5000 compatibility depends on the motherboard's manufacturer to implement via an updated BIOS. Not all motherboard manufacturers have committed to making their 400-series boards compatible with Zen 3, but one has announced that they'll be doing so with every model. MSI
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsAMD Zen 3 processors will arrive by March 2021 at the latest And 5nm AMD Zen 4 will follow by 2022 (Image credit: TechRadar) AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation processors have taken over the world, delivering multi-core performance unlike anything we've seen before in the mainstream market. However, AMD isn't going to sit idly by. Instead, at its 2020 Financial Analyst Day, AMD took to the stage and talked a bit about its roadmap, which suggests not only that we'll see AMD Zen 3 processors shown off by this time ne
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsWe may have just got a peek AMD Zen 3 in this Linux kernel update Ryzen 4th-gen desktop CPUs could arrive sooner than we thought (Image credit: AMD) References to Zen 3, the architecture of AMD’s next-gen Ryzen desktop processors, have turned up in the Linux kernel, hinting that these chips might just arrive sooner than we think. New versions of the Linux kernel are often combed through as they emerge, looking for clues like references to unreleased hardware, and this time around it’s Komachi_Ensaka (a prolific leaker) w