According to Aroged, despite the fact that Intel has released the latest processors as well as revealed its graphics card game, AMD has been continuously silent. However, at CES 2022, the company took advantage of it all to announce its products to confront new Intel products.
AMD is determined not to let Intel bully the market
Specifically, AMD has improved the Zen 3+ architecture with the goal of implementing on the new generation of Ryzen processors. Not stopping there, the company also talked about the new EPYC series for professional servers with the appearance of Genoa processors with 96 cores as well as Bergamo with 128 cores and 256 threads.
In the consumer sector, i.e. Ryzen 6000/7000 processors based on the Zen 4 architecture. Everything indicates that AMD can significantly increase the number of cores in its CPU. After all, thanks to some architectural and even chiplet changes, AMD was able to significantly increase the number of cores in its CPUs. After all, thanks to some architectural and even chiplet changes, AMD can now deploy more CCDs (Core Composite Die), and it’s unclear how many extra cores each CCD will have. According to the source, with all the changes and good help from TSMC’s 5nm process, AMD can launch processors up to 16 cores per CCD.
With this increase in cores, AMD is also expected to make a slight change in strategy. Inside the processor, not all Zen 4 cores are the same, after all, but instead the company could adopt a similar approach to what Intel is doing with the Core 12000 by implementing clustered cores. focus on edge performance with more energy efficient cores.
It won’t be 100% the same, as the big difference has to be in the power potential of each core and not in the design itself. So that’s seen as AMD’s response to what Intel is doing. In short, it looks like both Intel and AMD are currently in a core battle, though each in their own way.