Although the next Intel Xeon based on Ice-Lake at 10nm, AMD already ensures that your next generation of EPYC based on Zen 3 at 7nm + will exceed them in consumption-performance.
This is not too new, since the current EPYC outperform the current Xeon, and AMD still has to improve when it happens to 7nm EUV, In addition to improvements in architecture, which will allow Intel to get ahead even after the jump to 10nm.
According to rumors, AMD could manufacture new EPYC with up to 112 cores and 224 threads, or less cores and threads to place some HBM2E memory stacks for greater bandwidth. With any of these alternatives, these EPYCs would outperform Intel and its CPUs in performance up to 56 cores and 112 threads, with a double DIE design of 28 cores and 56 threads each.
Undoubtedly, 2020 will be an interesting year in the hardware world, with new CPUs and GPUs for both desktop and servers, and we are eager to see what is coming.
What do you expect to see in the new EPYC based on Zen 3?