As per the rumours, AMD’s next-generation EPYC server processor hinged on Zen 4 can hold up to 128 cores and 256 threads in a single CPU power-point.
It has a notable surge from the current Zen 3 architecture, which carry up to 64 cores, which means it is twice than what AMD put forward in its ongoing EPYC 7003 line-up.
AMD Zen 4 also encompass with an large number of instruction sets, namely AVX-512, BFloat16, and others that are rudimentary in the sections where high-performance computing (HPC) workloads, Internet of Things moreover server operations is needed.
When the instruction sets don’t have a desirable sound , it can leads to a colossal distinction to its performance. If a CPU instruction set is fetch up on each CPU cycle you can easily perform the complicated operations in one clock cycle.
“According to Dr. Ian Cutress of AnandTech, the power of these expanded instruction sets can be seen between an eight-core Rocket Lake-S and a 64-core Zen 2 EPYC processor in the 3D Particle Movement AVX-enabled benchmark.”
Hereafter, AMD has not established any details concerning about the new Zen 4 hardware.