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Rumor: AMD's Zen 5 CPUs will deliver a huge jump in performance – first numbers

Rumor: AMD's Zen 5 CPUs will deliver a huge jump in performance – first numbers

A new reputation for a completely new performance Zen architecture 5 Ha AMD It has just brought the medium into the spotlight com. wccftech Based on a thread by highly reliable hardware insider @Kepler_L2.

Getting into the details, AMD's new Ryzen processors that will take advantage of the next-generation Zen 5 architecture may have a significant performance bump over current models already on the market. The bottom line is that Zen 5 cores will be over 40% faster than Zen 4 cores.

According to insiders, this comparison is related to the SPEC benchmark, but it is not made clear whether this is an integer or floating point test. Whatever the case, the jump sounds huge in theory, and if that's true, so will the new Ryzens. Significantly better in both single-threaded and multi-threaded workloadsBe it games, video editing software, etc.

For your information, we have witnessed such a jump from AMD since the launch of Ryzen processors for the first time. In particular, the first generation of them promised a 40% better IPC (instructions per core) than the previous Excavator architecture of the FX models, and finally delivered a 52% jump!

It should be noted that AMD has previously officially revealed certain details. CPUs for the new Zen 5 architecture are expected to be released in 2024 and will be manufactured on 3nm technology. AMD plans to use the Zen 5 architecture in both mainstream processors for the general public and in proprietary server models, but also in upcoming APUs with RDNA 3+ graphics. The company also plans to release models with Zen 5c cores, similar to the Intel E cores found in 13th generation processors.

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