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AMD will be showcasing Zen at the PC Gaming Show Tonight

AMD will be showcasing Zen at the PC Gaming Show Tonight

AMD will be showcasing Zen at the PC Gaming Show Tonight

AMD will be showcasing Zen at the PC Gaming Show Tonight

 

AMD will be showcasing Zen at the PC Gaming Show Tonight, running Bethesda's DOOM. This new CPU architecture will debut with AMD's "Summit Ridge" series of CPUs, which will come with up to 8 cores and 16 threads and provide 40% more instructions per clock than AMD's previous CPU architectures.

This new CPU architecture will be offering significantly higher performance than AMD's current CPU lineup, potentially making them competitive with Intel again in the high-end consumer market. 

Below is a rough translation from AMD's original Facebook post;

 

      Want to see how AMD processors make DOOM Zen?! Then do not miss the PC Gaming Show at E3, which is organised in cooperation with PC Gamer!

 

 

  AMD will be showcasing Zen at the PC Gaming Show Tonight  

The CPU will be coming to the AM4 platform, which will support DDR4 memory, allowing AMD's Zen CPUs to use faster memory with lower power consumption than AMD's current CPUs. 

AMD's Summit Ridge CPUs will be built on the same 14nm process as their Polaris GPUs, allowing AMD to create some ultra efficient APUs in 2017, with the company also targeting the high-end server market with Zen based CPUs with larger CPU core counts.

Zen will be arriving on the desktop first, which will hopefully be giving us consumers the chance to try Zen for ourselves by the end of this year. While the release dates for Zen and the AM4 platform remains unknown, AMD's CEO Lisa Su has confirmed that Zen will be sampling to partners within the next few weeks and will be sampled widely in early Q3.

The E3 PC Gaming show will start today at 8PM BST.  

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Summit Ridge CPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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Could be both?Quote

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