AMD ryzen architecture and features

The main idea was focused on how to build it successfully and in a way to simplify the work of developers. As you can read in this post, we wanted to make another blog about its features. So let’s do it!


Firstly, you need to know that there are 4 different architectures that are being used by AMD. They are the Zen 2 for x86-64 systems which has been released in 2014. Second one is called Amd Ryzen 5(AMd), which was introduced in 2006 and is available now for all generations of AMD X570 system chips. Another thing that might be interested to know is why AMd is better than Zen 2? Well, AMd has more memory and CPU cores. In short, it has more transistors in comparison with Zen2. So it definitely deserves some praise. Next one is called Mx and it will be coming out soon but not yet.


What kind of architecture should you choose?


In my opinion, if you want to have only 1 GPU it would be better to go with AMd because it has 3 or more memory cores which will help your overall computing performance and also will speed up your computer. However, if you plan to run multiple games simultaneously, then you can use Mx.


What do amd and mx use?


AMD AMd uses an integrated process known as RDNA (Red Hat Design Environment). It is basically designed with the concept of making microarchitecture that simplifies the workloads of users and architects alike. This helps designers to create efficient code. But what does that mean? Let me give an example. Let’s say we have a function A that looks like this:


int main() { int i = 0; while (i


Now, this is nothing new and has been done by many programmers throughout history. Because in fact many people start from scratch and don’t know much about microarchitecture (you will see what that means later in this article). So after reading my previous article, I thought “why all those people start from scratch and doesn’t know anything about microarchitecture? Now they don’t have any knowledge about it.. so why can’t everyone learn something?” So, here I came up with the solution. Yes, we all know about microarchitecture and everything related to it. We just lack the skill to explore it. But with time, these skills should grow much more. With AMd, you can quickly extend your microarchitecture for your own needs and will probably never forget it again. To summarize, AMd is based on a single design architecture and contains a simple graphical interface to provide quick access to resources such as variables/routines/whatever.


What advantages amd has over other architectures?

Yes, it has very powerful capabilities but it’s just because it’s faster and it also makes less chances to crash your application. Also, the ability to change memory or processor frequency is pretty amazing. That said even though it has this many drawbacks, it still makes better sense to use a more complex microarchitecture without thinking twice.


There were some recent updates but still, you can build on top of it to achieve what you want. You have to decide what you want to change because you can always add new things to improve. For example, you can increase the number of RAM or CPU core. Just make sure you understand well the options that you have and the limits, because you don’t only have 3 choices!


Some people think about the possibility that these two architectures could merge. I agree the merger is likely to happen but, not at the moment. Like most likely AMD will keep both of them and maybe try to introduce some unique architectural designs.