AMD Zen CPU vs Intel Core i7? AMD To Release AMD Naples Server CPU And AM4 Mother Board; To Rival Intel's CPU?
Advanced Micro Device also known as AMD has confirmed that it will be releasing the next powerful processor, the AMD Zen CPU. AMD will release this superior processor early 2017 along with the AM4 motherboard and AMD Naples Server CPU.
A report by the WCCFTech shows that AMD won't be expecting a massive sale on its early release next year, the AMD CEO Lisa Su said in an interview. The AMD Zen was named as the Summit Ridge and it is about to be the Intel's greatest competitor once it is released in the market.
The AMD Zen claims to be the most powerful desktop CPU that will conquer the tech industry in the few years. It is said to run more than the high clock speed that everyone would expect when it comes to processor performance.
The upcoming AMD Zen CPU will be competing against the famous Intel Core i7 series, which is known to be the fastest, most reliable and most powerful processor at this moment. The AMD Zen architecture will feature a huge clock speed rate with its new chipset.
A massive 8-Core SKU, running at the default 3.15GHz clock speed is the main weapon of the new AMD Zen CPU. But AMD is not done yet, the AMD Zen is capable of boosting its speed up to 3.6GHz. It is pretty amazing to know that AMD could release the most energetic 8-Core SKU in the market soon.
On the other hand, there is also a 4-Core AMD Zen CPU. A minimum 2.9GHz will be featured as it can also boost up to 3.4GHz while using a 65W TDP. As we can see, AMD is creating a CPU that runs fast as a lightning without increasing the electrical power consumption.
In addition, AMD is giving all the best creations they have by releasing the next powerful AM4 motherboard. The upcoming X370 AM4 motherboard was initially used to test the AMD Zen early this year, and it successfully shows how great this new AM4 motherboard performs.
According to the iSports Times, AMD will also release the AMD Naples server CPU. An AMD Zen based processor exclusively tied for server computers. All AMD Zen products will hit the market in the second quarter of 2017 and are expected to beat the Intel Core iSeries.