AMD Zen 3, Ryzen 4000 Release Date, Specifications and All You Need To Know
After the launch of Intel new Tiger Lack CPU’s laptop AMD is also soon Going to launch its new Zen 3 CPU’s. AMD’s Zen 3, Ryzen 4000 serious is going to land this year and setting the stage for a new wave of powerful chips based upon a newer version of AMD’s most successful architecture to date. The new Zen 3 microarchitecture will including the Ryzen 4000 “Vermeer” desktop processors. The AMD’s Zen microarchitecture brought a revolution in desktop processor design. AMD Zen 3 CPU’s will be based on the 7nm structure. AMD Zen 3 will have the expected instructions per cycle (IPC) throughput advances and the early signs of up to a 4.9 GHz boost.
AMD Zen 3, Ryzen 4000
TSMC N7P or N7+ process
32+ MB of unified L3 cache
Multi-Chip Module (MCM) design
Up to 64 cores for data center chips
First client (desktop and/or laptop) chips arrive in late 2020
EPYC Milan data center chips arrive in late 2020
Full desktop, laptop, and server Zen 3 lineups in the market by the end of 2021
Pricing is the wild card, but AMD has increased pricing with recent launches
AMD Zen 3 CPU’s Release Dates
Zen 3 desktop processors will come with Ryzen 4000 branding, while Zen 3 laptop chips will have Ryzen 5000 branding. AMD shared its latest roadmaps at its Financial Analyst Day 2020 as it outlined its continuing march ahead with new CPU microarchitectures and denser process nodes. AMD’s Zen roadmap goes up till 2021, AMD has also confirmed it. That means by the end of the next year AMD planning to have Ryzen 4000 Vermeer desktop PC chips, Ryzen 5000 laptop chips, and EPYC Milan processors in the complete market globally.
The Zen 3 chips by AMD will use the “enhanced version” of TSMC’s 7nm process. The specific version is not yet specified. Zen 3 chips could use the N7P process, which still uses traditional DUV fabrication techniques but is 7% faster and 10% more power-efficient than the current 7nm process. AMD could also use the N7+ process that brings even bigger advantages +15% performance and 10% less power because of the EUV manufacturing. We can also see the Ryzen XT model.
AMD Zen 3 Architecture
The AMD Zen 3 will be completely new, but as with all architectures, it certainly inherits plenty of features from its predecessors. AMD hasn’t confirmed and info on the new architecture but according to our sources AMD will use the same architectures for its desktop chips. AMD says that users will see some significant alteration to the cache alignments. The IPC for the chips is improved and they reduce latency. MD currently splits its chiplets into two four-core Compute Complexes (CCX), each armed with 16MB of L3 cache. For that AMD has sliced eight cores connected to a unified 32MB of L3 cache.
EPYC Milan will feature the same maximum of 64 cores as the current-gen Rome models and drop into the same SP3 socket, meaning the chips are backward compatible with existing platforms. The 8 channel RAM also be supported with PCIe 4.0. and TDP os 120-225W. The chips also support hyper-threading means two threads per core. As per our sources, EPYC Milan will offer 15% performance improvement in integer workloads and a 20% performance improvement in single-threaded workloads.