AMD Renoir (Ryzen 4000 APUs) Explained

AMD Renoir Ryzen 4000 APUs

For a long period of time, we haven’t seen a big jump in the performance of Laptops. The first blame for that goes to Intel for refreshing its 2015’s Skylake Architecture multiple times without any major improvements. The second blame goes to AMD for not being competitive enough. But now, it’s 2020, and things are about to change. We did see a performance jump with Intel’s 10th Generation Ice Lake CPUs through IPC improvements and

AMD Zen 3: Exploring the Next Gen Architecture

AMD Zen 3 Architecture

AMD’s Zen Architecture was unarguably the most significant technological leaps for x86 CPUs in this decade. AMD reached even greater heights with Zen 2, and their current roadmap looks more promising than ever. Today, we will take a deep dive into AMD’s upcoming Zen 3 Architecture and unravel their plans for 2020. I’ve divided this article into two major sections. The first section will contain everything that AMD has officially confirmed. And in the second

7nm vs 10nm vs 14nm: Fabrication Technology Explained

7nm 10nm 14nm Fabrication Process

“7nm, 10nm, 12nm, 14nm, 16nm….” You’ll generally find this number when you’re going through the specs of Semiconductor devices like a Processor. Product reviewers and Tech Experts talk about this number like its a big deal. So, what exactly is this nanometer number? Well, as a consumer, all you need to know that this number represents the size of transistors (or components) in a Processor (We will get back to the actual meaning later). The

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