Let’s get started with AMD. Some people at the company teased an announcement which was then announced for the announcement of their upcoming next-gen CPU and GPU’s. Yes, I’m making fun of their marketing. Anyways, we got the next-gen Ryzen announcement on the 8th of October and Today we’re talking about the big changes from Zen 2 to Zen 3.
So,Next-gen Ryzen, it would be called Ryzen 4000 like expected but rumors are popping up with a possible change to 5000. It’s just a name though, so who cares. That next-gen family of CPU’s will sport Zen 3 cores. We’ve known through some EPYC documents that this architecture would feature some changes to the cache. Instead of 16mb of L3 cache for groups of 4 cores, or CCX’s, Zen 3 would have a unified 32MB block of L3 cache for all 8 cores on each chipset.