Reisen and EPYC's new generation processors are a major job for advanced micro devices. From 7 to 9 NMS process technology will be replaced to ensure the quality of new modeling technology. Unfortunately, these CPUs based on Sin3 architecture will be a small revolutionary step in developing AMD processors.
As AMD Mark Parsmaster (Mark Papparmaster) as Technical Director, the main advantage of Zen 3 processors is their increased power efficiency, which can be improved with the use of ultraviolet (EUV) lithography in enhanced 7-NM TSMC process technology. Speed increase is relatively modest when compared to the Zen 2 solution due to the new process technology.
7-NM AMD EPYC Server processors (ROM) should be released in the second quarter of next year using the Zen 2 architecture. Soon afterwards, similar solutions will take place from Ryesen and Riseen Thiefpiper. Successes start with Zen 3 based CPU data at the end of 2020. The features of new products, including CCX modules and physical cores, are quite familiar with their release.