At the end of this year AMD is to introduce the new Ryzen 4000 desktop processors (also called Ryzen 5000), which will save the seminometer process and move to the new Zen 3 architecture. According to all the data and statements by AMD itself, only with the new architecture we can expect a performance gain of about 15%, and the resulting increase may be even greater.
According to new rumors, there is something new waiting for us – 10-core models. At this point, the Zen 3000 lineup includes processors with four, six, eight, twelve and sixteen cores. There is no special need for a 10-core model, but it may still appear.
Given that the information shared by the creator of the DRAM Calculator for Ryzen application Yuri Bubliy (known under the pseudonym 1usmus), it is quite possible to believe it, although, of course, this is still not official data. He also said that the new generation of CPU will have Curve Optimizer function, which allows, among other things, to adjust the frequency of each processor core without any restrictions.