A new rumor suggests that AMD has sped up the manufacturing of its 5nm-based Zen 4 CPUs which may land early in April, probably to better compete with Intel's 12th Gen Alder Lake-S parts.
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An alleged picture of a leaked AMD EPYC CPU could be that of 128 Zen 4c Bergamo or a 96 Zen 4 Genoa. Both of these architectures are similar and designed for massive cloud and enterprise performance.
In a recent interview, AMD has said that it is very confident in its own abilities and isn't intimidated by the arrival of Apple's M1. The ARM-based M1 has replaced Intel's x86 CPUs in the Macs.
A new report suggests that Intel's 12th-generation processors will support DDR5 memory. The timeline will coincide with that of AMD's, thus it's expected to happen some time in early 2022.