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7nm Boosted Zen 2 Capabilities but Doubled the Challenges

The transition to 7 nm greatly enhanced AMD silicon capabilities but introduced new drastic design challenges that required new place and route methodologies and wire engineering.

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AMD Launches New Entry-Level Mobile ‘Dali’ Processors

AMD launches new value and entry-level mobile processors, codenamed Dali.

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A Look At The AMD Zen 2 Core

Ahead of the highly anticipated Ryzen 3000 desktop series launch, here is a look at the AMD Zen 2 core microarchitecture.

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AMD Discloses Initial Zen 2 Details

Following AMD’s recent Zen 2 and Rome disclosure, here’s a look at what has changed and what second-generation EPYC brings to the table.

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Hot Chips 30: AMD Raven Ridge

Overview of AMD Raven Ridge APUs that were recently detailed at Hot Chips 30.

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AMD Announces Threadripper 2, Chiplets Aid Core Scaling

AMD announces their second-generation Threadripper processors with up to 32 cores based on their 12nm Zen+ microarchitecture.

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AMD’s Zen CPU Complex, Cache, and SMU

A look at AMD’s Zen CPU Complex (CCX), a fully independent and modular cluster of up to four cores that are incorporated into a full SoC to form complete products such as their Zeppelin die.

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AMD introduces Ryzen 2nd Gen up for pre-order

Ahead of its April 19th release, AMD is now offering pre-orders for their 2nd Generation, Ryzen 2000 family, desktop processors.

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ISSCC 2018: AMD’s Zeppelin; Multi-chip routing and packaging

A look at AMD’s Zeppelin SoC and the Infinity Fabric, a multi-chip architecture used by AMD to scale their SoC design from the mainstream PC market all the way to the server market.

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AMD launches EPYC Embedded 3000 and Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoCs

After covering the server and PC markets, AMD has ventured into the edge-computing and embedded market with their latest Zen microarchitecture with the launch of two low-power embedded microprocessor families.

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