AMD has already greatly listed the next generation Zen5 CPU architecture on the official roadmap, upgraded to 4nm and 3nm processes, which will be introduced in 2024-2025.
Among them, the server product code Turin, the desktop is Granite Ridge, the notebook has Strix Halo, Fire Range, many specifications have been exposed, quite shocking.
RedGamingTech has now exposed the Zen5's performance scores for the first time, from the AM5 desktop Ryzen 8000, early engineering samples, frequency, power and other test conditions unknown.
With a maximum of 16 cores, CineBench R23 has a multi-core score of around 49,000, an almost 30% increase from the current score of around 38,000!
Meanwhile, 12 core about 36,000 points, 8 core about 23,000 points, 6 core about 17,000 points, and the number of cores is almost perfect linear relationshipThere has been a significant improvement.
The single core running score is about 2500-3000 points, which still exceeds today's 6GHz high frequency i9-13900KS!
Don't forget, this is only an engineering sample, there is still a lot of room for improvement in the later stage, 16 core multi-core running score of 50,000 points should not be a thing.
It is worth mentioning that,Jim Keller, known as the father of the Zen architecture, published an early slide (later deleted) showing that Zen5 SPECint was running ahead of any competition.
Although Jim Keller has long since left AMD, he participated in the design of the Zen architecture, which can be said to have laid a solid foundation for AMD's development over the years.
It's been said before,Zen5 will be a major overhaul, and the biggest improvement since Zen was born, even surpassing the change from Zen2 to Zen3.
At the same time, Zen5 era AMD will officially fully adopt the size core design, Zen5 with the derivative version Zen5c, but the latter's IPC, ISA are unchanged, mainly just simplified cache, which is different from Intel's heterogeneous size core.