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 amd diseñando zen 4 para 2021, zen 3 completa la fase de diseño, disponible en 2020 - Amd

AMD Designing Zen 4 para 2021, Zen 3 completa la fase de diseño, disponible en 2020

AMD in its 2nd generation EPYC processor launch event announced that it has completed the design phase of its next-generation 'Zen 3' CPU microarchitecture, and is currently working on its successor, the 'Zen 4.' AMD debuted its 'Zen 2' microarchitecture with the client-segment 3rd generation Ryzen desktop processor family, it made its enterprise debut with the 2nd generation EPYC. This is the first x86 CPU microarchitecture designed for the 7 nanometer silicon fabrication process, and is being built on a 7 nm DUV (deep ultraviolet) node at TSMC. It brings about double-digit percentage IPC improvements over 'Zen+.'

La microarquitectura 'Zen 3' está diseñada para el próximo gran cambio de tecnología de proceso dentro de 7 nm, EUV (ultravioleta extremo), que permite aumentos significativos en las densidades de transistores, y podría facilitar grandes mejoras en la eficiencia energética que podrían aprovecharse para aumentar el reloj. velocidades y rendimiento. También podría presentar nuevos conjuntos de instrucciones ISA. Con la fase de diseño aprobada 'Zen 3', AMD trabajará en la creación de prototipos y pruebas. Los primeros productos 'Zen 3' podrían debutar en 2020. 'Zen 4' está siendo diseñado para una era diferente. The 'Zen 4' architecture is being designed for a 2021 market debut, and will come out at a time when the 7 nm process will have matured and attained high enough volumes at TSMC for AMD to either build bigger dies (more cores per chiplet), or leverage the even more advanced 6 nm EUV node. The maturity and volumes of these sub-10 nm nodes could change the economics of the MCM approach AMD is undertaking for its EPYC processors.