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    válasz Devid_81 #2366 üzenetére

    > Guru3d is lehozta a cikket,
    köszi. :K
    Ahogy látom a RedGamingtech - dec16 cikkében egy bővebb összefoglalót is adott. ( a dec6-i cikk volt belinkelve a Guru3D-be )

    ennek már csak az összefoglalója ..

    ""
    So here’s a summary of Zen 3:

    - Zen 3 is backward compatible with the current platforms, so still uses DDR4 / PCIE 4 and retains same core count as previous generations
    - IPC gains are 10 – 12 percent for Int and 50 percent for FP, average IPC is 17 percent.
    - Clock speeds – likely 50 – 100 MHz for Ryzen at best, though Epyc (Milan) might be about 200MHz faster.
    - Potentially higher sustained boost clocks when more cores are under load
    - Level 3 cache is unified for Zen 3 CCX, and potentially much larger (50%?). L1 cache is 40 percent greater bandwidth compared to Zen 2.
    - TDP is similar to the current generation of products.
    - Retains SMT-2 support.
    - General architectural improvements (many haven’t been leaked or disclosed yet)
    - AVX-256, and not AVX-512 support.
    - Platform is X670 (details of the platform are sketchy right now)
    - Release date is Q4, 2020
    ""

    :R

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