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Computers performance is expected to increase by 40% over current

Computers using the new AMD Zen4 processors can be up to 40% faster than current processors; It is something that could concern Intel.

AMD intends to launch its new processors called Zen4, designed for EPYC and Ryzen computers, and is expected to increase the performance of computers by up to 40% over current computers using Zen3.

These processors are expected to launch sometime in 2022; The AMD Zen4 core will be built on a 5nm processing node alone, which is rumored to offer 5GHz speeds across all cores in what appears to be a “monster PC”; According to “Russia Today”.

AMD had managed to outperform Intel by switching its Zen2 processors to a 7nm processing node, prompting Intel to admit that it won’t catch up with AMD until 2021. Now, with Zen4 gearing up to use the next generation, AMD could jump to rates that Intel was unable to catch up to.

Intel will exceed … Learn about AMD processor specs


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Computers using the new AMD Zen4 processors can be up to 40% faster than current processors; It is something that could concern Intel.

AMD intends to launch its new processors called Zen4, designed for EPYC and Ryzen computers, and is expected to increase the performance of computers by up to 40% over current computers using Zen3.

These processors are expected to launch sometime in 2022; The AMD Zen4 core will be built on a 5nm processing node alone, which is rumored to offer 5GHz speeds across all cores in what appears to be a “monster PC”; According to “Russia Today”.

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AMD had managed to outperform Intel by switching its Zen2 processors to a 7nm processing node, prompting Intel to admit that it won’t catch up with AMD until 2021. Now, with Zen4 gearing up to use the next generation, AMD could jump to rates that Intel was unable to catch up to.

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Computers performance is expected to increase by 40% over current

Computers using the new AMD Zen4 processors can be up to 40% faster than current processors; It is something that could concern Intel.

AMD intends to launch its new processors called Zen4, designed for EPYC and Ryzen computers, and is expected to increase the performance of computers by up to 40% over current computers using Zen3.

These processors are expected to launch sometime in 2022; The AMD Zen4 core will be built on a 5nm processing node alone, which is rumored to offer 5GHz speeds across all cores in what appears to be a “monster PC”; According to “Russia Today”.

AMD had managed to outperform Intel by switching its Zen2 processors to a 7nm processing node, prompting Intel to admit that it won’t catch up with AMD until 2021. Now, with Zen4 gearing up to use the next generation, AMD could jump to rates that Intel was unable to catch up to.