Zen 3 microarchitecture delivers increased IPC
Referring to a well-known Taiwanese publication, the source said that AMD will officially introduce the next-generation Zen 3 microarchitecture at CES 2020.
The company’s CEO report will focus on three key client segment products in the new 4th-generation Ryzen processor family and EPYC 3- processor family. the generation on multi-chip modules (MCM) Milan, which will replace the MCM Rome. AMD is going to introduce the HEDT version of Milan in the 4th generation Ryzen Threadripper family, code-named Genesis Peak.
The main part of the client segment is represented by two developments: Vermeer and Renoir. Vermeer is a client-side desktop MCM, a follower of Matisse, which will implement the Zen 3 microarchitecture.
Renoir is a monolithic APU that combines Zen 2 CPU cores and GPUs based on the Vega graphics architecture with updated display and multimedia systems from Navi. The common basis of Milan, Genesis Peak and Vermeer will be the Zen 3 chipset, manufactured by TSMC but at 7 nm using EUV lithography. Zen 3 microarchitecture delivers increased IPC.