The Zen4 is already ubiquitous. Can Zen5 be far behind?
MLID announced AMD Zen5, Zen5c detailed road map, especially in the Xiao Long server data center platform, product line is quite rich, specifications are more fierce.
Let's take a look at the Zen4 Skylon line:
Xiao Long 9004 Series, standard edition, up to 96 cores, 12 channels DDR5, 128 PCIe 5.0, TDP peak 400W(default maximum 360W).
Add up to 768MB of 3D V-Cache, add up to 384MB of Level 3 cache, total 1152MB, plus 96MB Level 2 cache and 6MB Level 1 cache.
Zen4c architecture with up to 128 cores and up to 400W.
The city of Siena:
Zen4c architecture, up to 64 cores, up to 225W, SP6 package, single channel, 6-channel DDR5, 96 PCIe 5.0.
Among them, Bergamo and Siena can be released at any time, depending on how AMD chooses. They are expected to debut in June.
The Genoa-X is almost ready for release this quarter.
The Zen5 has an even richer lineup, with a standard Zen5 and a lite Zen5c:
The standard version,Upgraded to up to 128 cores, with a peak TDP of 500W, expected to be released in 3Q24, possibly earlier than 2Q24 or even 1Q24 if it goes well.
3D V-Cache Cache Edition,The total capacity of the original tier 3 cache is 1536MB. The original capacity is 512MB and the stack capacity is 1024MB.
Turin Dense(Turin Dense) :
Zen5c，Up to 192 cores, up to 500W, is expected to be mass-produced and released in the second quarter of 2024.
Against Intel Sierra Forest, pure small core, 144 cores.
As you can see,The Zen5c is progressing even faster than the Zen5AMD is clearly taking its new rival seriously.
A new product line,Dedicated service AI acceleration, Zen5c, more specifications unknown, expected to be released in Q3 2024.
Siena's successor, Zen5c,At most, 64 cores, 225W, is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2024.
Interestingly, the Zen5 Skylon will be released before the Ryzen, which is codenamed Granite Ridge and has the same 6-16 cores and TDP range of 65-170W.
The Zen5's Ryzen 8000 series is expected to be released as soon as the first half of 2024, with a 3D cache version expected at least on paper by the end of 2024.
The next generation Zen6 is expected to debut as early as the fourth quarter of 2025.