Paul from RedGamingTech is at it again with another round of leaks concerning AMD’s Zen 5 processors that are expected to debut sometime in 2024. Per the leaker, the Ryzen 8000 CPUs could bring north of 25% IPC uplift, a larger L1, 1 MB L2, and a new “Ladder” L3 cache.
Following his detailed leak about AMD’s Zen 5 CPUs early last month, RedGamingTech has now issued some updates to his previously alleged information. While most of the stuff remains largely the same, the leaker reveals a few new crucial details.
First up, Paul mentions that, according to multiple sources, Zen 5 could have an IPC uplift of anywhere from 20 to more than 25%. The leaker personally thinks the single-thread IPC gain will potentially lie somewhere around the 20% mark. Furthermore, the leaker reiterates that Zen 5 clock speeds are similar to Zen 4 while maintaining with “high confidence” that Zen 5 CCDs will feature 8 cores.
Moving on, the leaker confidently claims the Ryzen 8000 processors will feature SMT-2 (Simultaneous Multithreading) and not SMT-4, wider decoders, an increase in load/store bandwidth, and new CPU instructions that could include FP16 and AVX512.
One of the biggest changes that AMD’s Zen 5 processors are rumored to feature is the revamped cache structure. Paul claims that the Zen 5 CPUs will pack a larger L1 cache but, unlike his past assertions of a larger L2 cache, the L2 cache is expected to remain the same as Zen 4 at 1 MB. Interestingly, Paul suggests that AMD could be internally testing SKUs with bigger L2 caches which is something that AdoredTV also recently alleged. The L3 cache could be a “Ladder” cache shared among the CPU cores.
Finally, although the leaker posits that AMD did consider upping the core count of the Ryzen 8000 processors, the desktop Zen 5 chips will top out at 16 cores/32 threads.
As always, leaks and rumors should never be taken as gospel, so we’ll have to wait and see what AMD Zen 5 brings to the table when it releases next year.
Fawad Murtaza – Tech Writer – 425 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2021
I am Fawad, a fellow tech nerd. As a tech junkie, my relationship with technology goes back to my childhood years. Getting my first Intel Pentium 4 PC was the start of journey that would eventually bring me to Notebookcheck. Finally, I have been writing for tech media since 2018. From small no-name projects to industry leaders, I have worked with a number of tech publications.
Fawad Murtaza, 2023-05- 3 (Update: 2023-05- 3)