Both AMD and Intel architectures like to have more cache. Intel has larger cores, which leaves less die space for lots of cache. Combine that with the fact that Intel still uses a monolithic design, which means their total die area budget is lower for the same yield.is it just me or does AMD really likes caches?
The i9 10980XE only uses 24.75 MB of L3 cache while AMD's 3950X and 5950X is more than double at 64MB. What's the reason behind a smaller cache in Intel or will they see the same jump in performance with more cache?
"demonstrating incredible performance gains..."
really? let's see your numbers.
considering AMD's track record with Zen from the start, and the fact that what they have stated for performance gains over previous gens, turned out to be pretty accurate, its probably safe to believe them.Projecting a node jump 15% overall processor performance update from this is a stretch.
It's the one place they can really stick it to Intel where it hurts.is it just me or does AMD really likes caches?