Ultra-high power consumption seems to be an inescapable nightmare for computing chips in the future, regardless of graphics cards such as NVIDIA Ada Lovelace, AMD RDNA3, or Intel Ponte
Computing cards such as Vecchio, NVIDIA Hopper, AMD CDNA2, or Intel Sapphire Rapids, AMD
The power consumption of processors like Genoa is soaring.
The same is true for CPU processors. According to the latest statement of ExecutiveFix,AMD’s next-generation Zen5 architecture, code-named “Turin” (Turin) Xiaolong processor, the highest cDTP (adjustable thermal design power) should reach an astonishing 600W.
You know, the current Zen3 architecture “Milan” (Milan) is up to 280W, and the next-generation Zen4 architecture “Genoa” (Genoa) is only 400W.
It is shown on a peak power demand table that flows out,Turin Xiaolong can even reach 700W peak power consumption within 1 millisecond.
AMD Genoa and Turin will use newSP5 LGA6096 package interface, More than two thousand more contacts than the current SP3 LGA4094,The memory supports DDR5, and it has 12 channels, The highest frequency can reach 6400MHz.
Among them, Genoa belongs to Xiaolong 7004 series, 5nm process, is expected to be up to 96 cores with 192 threads, and supports 128 PCIe 5.0 channels. It should be released next year.
Turin naturally belongs to the Xiaolong 7005 series, but the specific specifications are nothing for the time being, and it is not expected to be released until 2023-2024.