AMD has shared its extended CPU roadmap for the next two years shedding light on what’s to come with the next couple of Zen lineups. As already reported multiple times, Zen 4 will launch this fall in the form of the Ryzen 7000 and Epyc Genoa processors. These CPUs will be fabbed on the 5nm (TSMC N5) node and come with 3D stacked V-Cache (desktop and server) and Zen 4c (Bergamo) variants in the following months. The core counts will remain unchanged for client and increase to 96 and 128 on the server and cloud platforms.
Following Zen 4, we have Zen 5 in 2024. Zen 5, like its predecessor, will be accompanied by its 3D V-Cache and Zen 5c variants. The client chips should increase the core count to 32 while the server parts should push them as far as 256 with Turin. These processors will be based on the 4nm and/or 3nm nodes depending on when the mass production at TSMC foundries begins. There are also rumors of a hybrid core APU featuring Zen 5 and Zen 4c cores slated for a 2024-25 launch.