AMD looks set to maintain its CPU process lead in the future, with new rumors emerging about it shifting to five nanometers in the future – and what kind of performance boosts we can expect from that.
With its Zen 2 processors, AMD leapfrogged its rival by shifting to the 7nm process. Meanwhile, Intel is still struggling with producing 10nm CPUs – and has admitted that it won’t catch up with AMD and its 7nm process until 2021.
While we’ve known for a while that AMD is aiming to produce 5nm Zen 4 CPUs in the future (Zen 3 is slated for release towards the end of 2020, and will use a refined 7nm process), we’ve now got a hint of the kind of performance we might see from AMD’s 5nm chips, thanks to an article on WikiChips.
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