So in the previous post you've read about the recent Gigabyte breach, which exposed source code from Intel and private papers from AMD. And all of a sudden this data is out; AM5 motherboard BIOS and info on ZEN4 server procs have leaked.
User Yuko Yoshida (Twitter) has shown that the Genoa series consists of 12 chiplets, on Twitter. This totals 96 cores and 192 threads, all running at the same time. The number of cores has increased, while the number of memory channels has increased by 1.5 times (from 8 to 12).
Zen 4-based server CPU will be the first to support the avx-512 instruction set. The SP5 socket has 6,069 contact pins to accommodate all of this computing power and extra features. Other documents state that the energy consumption goes up, even if the standard and configurable tdp is not indicated ( 320 and 400 watts according to speculations). The value of this quantity is held for a maximum of 1 ms, whereas up to 440 W (one horsepower) of power can be applied for a duration of 10 ms.
At the end of October last year, AMD CEO Lisa Su revealed that the company's Zen 4 processors and RDNA 3 graphics cards are both on schedule, with devices including these architectures set to launch within the next several years. TSMC's 5nm technology is expected to be used for both of them.