AMD's Socket AM5 may re-use the same stock coolers that the company currently packages with the existing Ryzen processors on AM4. The information comes via a leak related to the next-gen socket.
ADATA has announced today a couple of its super-fast upcoming products at its Xtreme Innovation event. The company unveiled its new SE920 USB4 external SSD and new XPG DDR5 capable of 12,600MT/s.
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.
Samsung recently released the world's first 512GB DDR5 memory module. But the company is planning to go even further by developing a new 768GB module using 24Gb DRAM chips in the future.
AMD has confirmed that the company's Zen 4 CPUs and RDNA 3 graphics products are "on-track" for a 2022 arrival. The company declared its Q2 2021 earnings last night and it has done really well.
The latest rumor related to AMD's next-gen Zen 4 CPU architecture says the company will be doubling down on the core count, literally, to 128 cores in its next-gen Zen 4 based EPYC server lineup.
AMD's latest published patent regarding its next-gen big.LITTLE CPU architecture describes how the two types of cores will manage the tasks between them depending on their core utilizations.
In a major shift, AMD's next-gen mainstream desktop socket AM5 is reportedly said to feature LGA packaging. That's not all there is to AM5 as it is also expected to introduce DDR5 memory support.
A Chinese company called Netac is allegedly planning to build the world's fastest DDR5 memory that will run at over 10,0000 MHz. To do so it is using one of Micron's DDR5 DRAM chip models.
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.
AMD's next-gen Epyc and Instinct will be inside the El Capitan exascale supercomputer. Expected to be the fastest Supercomputer ever, it will be overlooking U.S. nuclear research operations.