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#421 SceptreCore

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Posted 13 May 2018 - 06:59 PM

Hardware unboxed also looked into the ram frequency and timings to see some impressive increases in results

https://youtu.be/m6RWEnUsLSY

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Posted 16 May 2018 - 08:28 PM

https://segmentnext....5-nm-amd-zen-5/

 

While AMD Ryzen 2000 CPUs have rolled out into the market last month but, AMD confirmed before the release of 2nd Gen Ryzen products that it is working on Zen 5 and now it seems that the AMD Zen 5 will be based on 3 nm process instead on 5 nm as GlobalFoundries plans to skip the latter one altogether.

 

Speaking with EETimes, CEO of GlobalFoundries Tom Caulfield talked about the future of the company and also touched the subject of leaning towards the 3 nm process instead of 5 nm for AMD Zen 5 architecture.

 

According to Caulfield, he doesn’t think that 5 nm is going to be enough for the company to invest in it and 3 nm process will be required to get “full performance”. However, he didn’t confirm that the company will indeed skip the 5 nm in favor of 3 nm process.


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