'AMD Zen' Has A Matched Performance With The Intel Xeon E5; AMD Plans To Launch A Variant To Beat The Intel K-Series
AMD x86 Zen has been reportedly matching the Intel Xeon E5 processor. The AMD Zen looks to match the capabilities of its competitor, but with a lower price.
The "AMD Zen" Architecture is about to come early next year and yet, the company is now presenting the capabilities of the forthcoming high-powered processor. Reports show that the "AMD Zen" is performing similarly to the Intel Xeon processor.
A confirmed report has been released that the AMD x86 Zen has a matched performance with Intel Xeon E5, which is known to be a 10-core processor, powerful for a server computer. This may be a surprise for all the AMD fans since the upcoming "AMD Zen" will be released in the market with a cheaper price that can be used for a gaming rig.
According to the HNGN, "AMD Zen" benchmark test was held recently and it showed a very impressive performance. The sad part is, the AMD company did not give further information about what AMD x86 Zen was represented, and that leaves us a sort of complication as the report added.
In the previous report, the benchmark test details of the "AMD Zen" processor were disclosed via the Blenchmark. You find that the 16-core variant performs well more than anyone could expect.
The company was reportedly planning to launch some variants that scale from the 8-Core "AMD Zen" Summit Ridge to the powerful 32-Core AMD Naples processor. This really proves that AMD is now ready to get even close to Intel or even beat it as far as they can.
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