Nowadays, when we are talking about Intel moving to new architectures, AMD does not want to give back its leadership.
It seems that the company will not give an opportunity to the blue team with its volume increase in performance.
A limited number of options of AMD’s Ryzen 5000 processors are currently available for sale. The chips on sale can also be obtained above the introductory price, if available. However, AMD continues to work on new architectures.
According to ChipsandChees, AMD will include the Zen 3+ architecture in its processors, which it will switch to AM5 and possibly DDR5, after the existing Ryzen 5000 processors with Zen 3 architecture.
Solutions that will follow the chips that will be offered relatively small IPC gains, such as in the Ryzen 1000-2000 transition, will come with the real improvement.
29% IPC, 40% intergenerational performance improvement
The Zen 4 architecture chips, which are expected to arrive in 2022, will differ by up to 40% from their Zen 3 architecture predecessors with an increase in frequency. It should also be noted that the 5 nm node will be preferred in Ryzen processors with Zen 4 architecture, where the IPC increase is expected to be at the level of 29%. Let’s say the head of high IPC increases, Intel.
While focusing on the possibility that the current manufacturing technique will bring higher seed counts, if the claims are true, we can say that the biggest intergenerational improvement in Ryzen history is underway.