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Amd zen 3 release

Last update: 17:47 BST, 08/10/2020

As the successor to the popular Ryzen 3000 CPU Zen 2 series, AMD's new Zen 3 CPU will be launched soon.

We already know that AMD's Zen 2 is better than Intel's Coffee Lake in most aspects, from performance to price per core. What Zen 3 will bring is still unknown, but we have high hopes for it.

Please be sure to see AMD’s live announcement below:

Some people refer to the latest series of AMD CPUs as Ryzen 4000, but there are rumors that they may omit this name in Ryzen 5000, possibly to allow mobile devices to work with desktops Go online. The

Zen 3 processor will be produced using a new 7+ nanometer manufacturing process. This provides the potential to improve efficiency and performance in the previous architecture.

Zen 3 promises a lot, including higher core counts, higher clock speeds, higher instructions per clock, and higher transistor density. The most important thing is to reduce power consumption, but there are few details about it. This may mean lower TDP or higher performance with the same amount of power, which seems to be the most likely route.

It is quite difficult to figure out what the performance of Zen 3 will look like compared to Zen 2. Although the processor upgrade is not a comprehensive architecture review, it is not just a simple upgrade. Therefore, the performance improvement does not necessarily reflect the difference that we see between Zen and Zen + or even between Zen + and Zen 2.

Update: We now have more detailed specifications and a better understanding of what these CPUs will provide.

AMD Zen 3 Series:

Some people refer to AMD's latest CPU series as the Ryzen 4000, but there are rumors that this may be dropped and called the Ryzen 5000, perhaps to make the mobile device consistent with the desktop. The

Zen 3 processor will be produced using the new 7nm + manufacturing process. This provides the potential to further improve efficiency and performance over the previous architecture.

Zen 3 promises a lot, including higher core counts, higher clock speeds, higher instructions per clock, and higher transistor density. The most important thing is to reduce energy consumption, but there are few details about it. This can mean a lower TDP or higher performance for the same amount of power, which seems to be the most likely route.

Trying to figure out what Zen 3's performance will look like compared to Zen 2 is quite difficult. Although the processor upgrade is not a comprehensive architecture review, it is not just a simple upgrade. Therefore, the performance improvement does not necessarily reflect the difference we see between Zen and Zen + or even between Zen + and Zen 2.

update: AMD Zen 3 CPU will be released on November 5, 2020

What we know is that AMD Zen 3 processor will be released this year, this has been confirmed by AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su. It seems that the release date of the new AMD Zen 3 processors will be around October 8th or later. As shown in the recent AMD teaser video, the tagline is "A New Journey Start", announcing their main dates.

Similarly, the details have not been confirmed, but what we know is that this new architecture uses TSMC’s new 7nm+ semiconductor manufacturing process.

This new TSMC process uses extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography and the short wavelength of 13.5 nm for semiconductors. This should result in a potential 20% increase in transistor density and a 10% overall reduction in power consumption. The details of

are currently unclear, but we are very happy to see the performance of Zen 3. Many of the details we have about Zen 3 are unconfirmed rumors, so it is difficult to say exactly what this new architecture will look like before the final release.

I hope that in time we will get more confirmation from AMD, but before that we will wait for the official launch. Any further information we obtain during this period, we will definitely notify you in time. Update

: We now have the official price and product name for the AMD Zen 3 5000 series CPUs. In their live stream, AMD announced the exact products and prices we can expect for the upcoming Zen 3. They are complete:

You can still guess the price of the AMD Zen 3 series, but we think their price may be the same as the previous Zen 2 chip. Before the price is announced, let's look at the cost of the previous generation to better understand what will happen.

AMD already has a huge price advantage over Intel, so it may not need to further reduce prices, but for PC developers, this is an exciting time.

Zen 3 is expected to be AMD’s last microarchitecture before moving to DDR5 memory and new sockets, so if you are currently running AMD CPUs on AM4 sockets, you may be very happy. Zen 3 will be compatible with 500 series chipsets and will also support 400 motherboards. AMD will obviously share a code with the manufacturer to allow compatibility with select B450 / X470 motherboards.

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