AMD looks set to launch its first Zen-based 'Naples' CPU. Looking at its specifications, the enterprise-level processor looks set to carve a niche in the data center market segment. More details after the jump!
At this week’s International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), AMD engineers presented a whitepaper that revealed the die size of the company’s upcoming Ryzen processor is approximately 10% smaller than its Intel Kaby Lake counterpart.
News has emerged that Intel and AMD have postponed the release of their next-generation processors to early next year, with plans to launch during CES 2017. If the reports turn out to be accurate, we may have to wait a little while longer for Kaby Lake and Zen.
AMD publicly demonstrated their latest "Zen" core at their press conference this morning, signifying the silicon's health and the company's determination to go head on with Intel's dominance in the high-performance desktop market.