Amd ryzen 4000 vermeer tsmc 5nm node
There is a rumor that AMD has changed the plan to use an EUV node of 7nm to launch a new architecture. Rumors suggest that AMD has been chosen to use the process nodes of 5 nm to start Rayzen 4000 Series.
TSMC, which manufactures AMD nodes, has launched the mass production of 5 nm wafers in April. They plan to start production in the fourth quarter extended 5 nm + node in the fourth quarter of this year. This development seems to coincide with Ryzen 4000 planned at September / October schedule.
Digitimes reported first for this story, and AMD can use a new TSMC node. The series of Ryzen 4000 desktop processors that is expected to be launched at the end of 2020, using the improved TSMC 5NM processor (5 nm plus) instead of 7 nm EUV, "said Digitimes.
Rumor Comments, CEO AMD LISA Doctor Its normally, it was generally first ended up as a mobile processor. This is because they are easy to manufacture. When he spoke about 5 nm of node, he did not mention Zen 3, but Zen 4 I referred several times.
This can contradict the rumor that we are looking at the end of the year at the end of the year. Undoubtedly, it will be a good decision that the AMD changes to 5 nm. It is always interesting to guess.
Interestingly, NVIDIA is also rumored to use the TSMC 5 NM process nodes for the Hopper series. However, it seems to be a future plan. Currently, NVIDIA seems to be quite concentrated in the amp.
It seems that it seems that it seems that a small weapon can jump, but if they are true, it means that AMD will make a great statement against competition.
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