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There are rumors that AMD's upcoming Ryzen processor series will improve IPC (instructions per clock) performance.
The next series of AMD processors will be based on the new Zen 3 architecture, which will use the chip to shrink and may have better power efficiency and performance. However, recent rumors about the CPI's momentum are particularly interesting.
These Ryzen 4000 desktop CPUs are expected to arrive later this year, which should be a huge improvement over the previous generation.
This rumor comes from Ice Universe, a well-known leaker with a fairly accurate record. In other words, this is still a rumor, so it is important to accept it with a little salt.
There are rumors that the performance of the Ryzen 4000 CPU has risen to an "astounding level."
AMD claims that the IPC of next-generation CPUs has increased by 15% to 17%. However, engineers from the two major original equipment manufacturers said that the performance improvement may be better than previously thought-up to 20%.
So far, whenever AMD releases new rumors or new product lines, Intel may remain cautious.
If this rumor is accurate, then it may put Intel in trouble when it launches the Ryzen 4000 product line later this year.
Intel must respond quickly. The product candidate most likely to compete with Ryzen 4000 is Intel’s 11th-generation Rocket Lake CPU, which is currently available.
However, we just saw the announcement of the 10th generation Comet Lake processors and they are not yet available for purchase. We may not be able to see Rocket Lake until the middle of next year at the earliest.
Intel will accelerate Rocket Lake to keep up with AMD's Ryzen 4000 competition? Currently, there is a lot of speculation, so it is difficult to determine what Intel's response is.
If we hear any more rumors or updates about AMD's Ryzen 4000 series or Intel's Rocket Lake CPU, we will notify you in time.