AMD is finally ready to get back in the CPU fight against Intel, preparing a new Zen line of processors for late 2016 or early 2017.
Designed as a scalable architecture, Zen will be first used for desktops and then in servers before making its way to AMD's accelerated processing units (APUs) for laptops.
Codenamed "Summit Ridge," the eight-core, 16 thread Zen CPU made its first public appearance here in. The company claims the new processors will provide a 40 percent performance increase from AMD's chips.
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