Info List of modern Intel/AMD CPUs by code-name

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Information is likely not complete. Please feel free to add in the comments section! Maybe I'll update, maybe I won't. :D

AMD -

Client
Summit RidgeRyzen 1xxxZen14nmN/ADesktop
N/A
Raven RidgeRyzen 2xxxZen14nmVegaDesktopMobility
WhitehavenThreadripper 1xxxZen14nmN/AHEDTN/A
Pinnacle RidgeRyzen 2xxxZen+12nmN/ADesktopN/A
PicassoRyzen 3xxxZen+12nmVegaDesktopN/A
ColfaxThreadripper 1xxxZen+12nmN/ADesktopMobility
DaliAthlon Silver/GoldZen14nmVegaN/AMobility

MatisseRyzen 3xxxZen 27nmN/ADesktopN/A
RenoirRyzen 4xxxZen 27nmVegaN/A?Mobility
Vermeer - Next gen Desktop: Not released

Server-
NaplesEPYC 7xx1Zen14nmChipletServer
RomeEPYC 7xx2Zen27nmChipletServer
Milan3rd EPYCNot releasedN/AN/AServer


Intel-

Client
Skylake6th GenSKL14nmGen 9DesktopMobility
Skylake-X7th GenSKL14nmN/AHEDT DesktopN/A
Kabylake7th GenSKL14nmGen 9.5DesktopMobility
Kabylake-R8th GenSKL14nmGen 9.5N/AMobility
Amberlake8th GenSKL14nmGen 9.5N/AGen 9.5
Whiskeylake8th GenSKL14nmGen 9.5N/AGen 9.5
Coffeelake/R9th GenSKL14nmGen 9.5DesktopGen 9.5
Cometlake10th GenSKL14nmGen 9.5DesktopGen 9.5
Cascade Lake-X10th GenServer SKL14nmN/AHEDT DesktopGen 9.5
CannonlakeCancelledPalm Cove10nmGen 10CancelledCancelled

Icelake10th GenSunny Cove10nmGen11N/AMobility
Rocketlake11th Gen?Willow Cove?14+10nmXeDesktopMobility/Not released
Tigerlake11th Gen?Willow Cove10nmXeN/AMobility/Not Released

Client value
Apollo LakeAtom E3x/Pentium+Celeron J/N 3000/4000Goldmont14nmGen 9Desktop/Mobility
Gemini LakePentium J/N 4000/5000, Celeron J/N 4000,Goldmont Plus14nmGen 9Desktop/Mobility
Jasper LakeN/ATremont10nmGen 11Desktop/Mobility/Not released

Client ultra mobility
Lakefield - Sunny Cove + Tremont cores, 10nm, Gen 11 GPU, Mobility

Server
Skylake-SP1st Xeon Metal(Bronze/Silver...)SKL Server14nmN/AServerWorkstation
Cascade Lake-SP2nd Gen Xeon MetalSKL Server14nmN/AServerWorkstation
Cascade Lake-AP2nd Gen Xeon Metal/LimitedSKL Server14nmMCMServerWorkstation
Cooper Lake-SP3rd Gen Xeon MetalSKL Server14nmMCMServerWorkstation/Not released
Icelake-SP3rd Gen Xeon MetalICL Server10nmMCM?ServerWorkstation/Not released
 
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When I saw Mark's (was it him?) ElFenix's thirst for some additional knowledge, I knew it would be you who'll try to do something for it first :D
 
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At first glance, Pinnacle Ridge, Picasso, and Thread Ripper are all on 12 nm, though there's some exceptions to that in Pinnacle Ridge.

Also, is Rocket Lake 10 nm? I thought the general consensus (though unconfirmed) was that it's on 14 nm.
 

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At first glance, Pinnacle Ridge, Picasso, and Thread Ripper are all on 12 nm, though there's some exceptions to that in Pinnacle Ridge.

Also, is Rocket Lake 10 nm? I thought the general consensus (though unconfirmed) was that it's on 14 nm.
I fixed both. 12nm is really like adding plusses to an Intel process but I guess its worth adding.

Rocketlake is 14+10.
 
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Information is likely not complete. Please feel free to add in the comments section! Maybe I'll update, maybe I won't. :D

AMD -

Client

Summit Ridge - Ryzen 1000 series, Zen uarch, 14nm, Desktop
Raven Ridge - Ryzen 2000, Zen uarch, 14nm, Vega iGPU, Desktop/Mobility
Whitehaven - Ryzen Threadripper 1000, Zen uarch, 14nm, HEDT Desktop
Pinnacle Ridge - Ryzen 2000 series, Zen+ uarch, 12nm, Desktop
Picasso - Ryzen 3000, Zen+ uarch, 12nm, Vega iGPU, Desktop/Mobility
Colfax - Ryzen Threadripper 2000, Zen+, 12nm, HEDT Desktop

Matisse - Ryzen 3000, Zen2 uarch, 7nm, Desktop
Renoir - Ryzen 4000, Zen 2 uarch, 7nm, Vega iGPU, Mobility

Vermeer - Next gen Desktop: Not released

Server-

Naples - 1st generation EPYC, Zen uarch, 14nm, Server
Rome - 2nd generation EPYC, Zen2 uarch, 7nm, Server
Milan - 3rd generation EPYC: Not released

Intel-

Client

Skylake - 6th generation Core, Skylake(SKL) cores, 14nm, Gen 9 GPU, Desktop/Mobility
Skylake-X - 7th generation Core X, SKL cores, 14nm, HEDT Desktop
Kabylake - 7th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, Gen 9.5 GPU(Gen 9 with Gen 10 media), Desktop/Mobility
Kabylake-R - 8th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, Gen 9.5 GPU, IPU on-die, Mobility
Amberlake - 8th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, Gen 9.5 GPU, -Y class, Mobility
Whiskeylake - 8th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, Gen 9.5 GPU, -U class, Mobility
Coffeelake/-R - 9th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, Gen 9.5 GPU, Desktop/Mobility
Cometlake - 10th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, Gen 9.5 GPU, Desktop/Mobility
Cascade Lake-X - 10th generation Core, SKL cores, 14nm, HEDT Desktop
Cannonlake - Enhanced SKL cores, 10nm, Gen 10 GPU, Desktop/Mobility: Cancelled

Icelake - 10th generation Core G, Sunny Cove cores, 10nm, Gen 11 GPU, Mobility
Rocketlake - 11th generation Core?, Willow Cove?, 14nm CPU + 10nm GPU/IMC chiplet, Xe GPU, Desktop/Mobility: Not released
Tigerlake - 11th generation Core G, Willow Cove cores 10nm, Xe/Gen12 GPU,
Mobility: Not released

Client value

Apollo Lake - Atom E3000, Pentium J/N3000/4000, Celeron J/N3000/4000, Goldmont cores, 14nm, Gen 9 GPU
, Desktop/Mobility/Industrial
Gemini Lake - Pentium J/N4000/5000, Celeron J/N 4000, Goldmont Plus cores 14nm, Gen 9 GPU, Desktop/Mobility
Jasper Lake - Tremont cores, 10nm, Gen 11 GPU, Desktop/Mobility: Not released

Client ultra mobility

Lakefield - Sunny Cove + Tremont cores, 10nm, Gen 11 GPU, Mobility

Server

Skylake-SP - 1st generation Xeon "Metal"(Bronze/Silver...), SKL Server cores, 14nm, Server/Workstation
Cascade Lake-SP - 2nd generation Xeon Metal, SKL Server cores, 14nm, Server/Workstation
Cascade Lake-AP - 2nd generation Xeon Metal, SKL Server cores, 14nm, Limited HPC Server
Cooper Lake-SP - 3rd generation Xeon Metal, SKL server cores, 14nm, MCM, Server/Workstation: Not released
Icelake-SP - 3rd generation Xeon Metal, ICL server cores, 10nm, MCM?,
Server/Workstation: Not released
On AMD's side, add:
Dali as the low power APU (2c4t Vega 3 max). RAVEN2 and Dali are one and the same.

Rembrandt/Cezanne as future APUs. Also, Mero/Meru as unknown (CPU or APU). Probably the latter. EDIT: Correction, Komachi's spilled the beans on something that confirms that Meru/Mero is indeed an APU.

For Intel's side (some of these are more 'probably's than they are certain, any guesses or rumours I'll mark with an *):

Client:
Tiger Lake Refresh* (has only appeared in drivers a couple of times, fairly unlikely to exist)
Alder Lake (Mobile / Desktop*) - Golden* Cove, 10nm (Could be Willow, but highly doubt it given the backport slides)
Meteor Lake (Mobile/Desktop) - Ocean Cove, 7nm

Server:
Sapphire Rapids - MCM*, Willow Cove, 10nm
Granite Rapids* - Golden Cove*, 7nm
Diamond Rapids*. Only rumour so far is a name.

Client Ultra Mobility:
Lakefield-R* (Has appeared in drivers)
 
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@uzzi38 I added Dali.

I'm not WCCFTech, so I do not add information that are too speculative. Yes, lot of leaks/rumors end up being accurate, but its just my thing.

The information I included are basically public from the manufacturers, or from reliable leakers and confirmed multiple times.
 

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@IntelUser2000 May I make some request? Put the data into a table so the columns are easier to read. Also I'm using the dark forum theme, so font colors like dark blue and black are hard to read, could you use some lighter color in their place? Thanks!

Dali as the low power APU (2c4t Vega 3 max). RAVEN2 and Dali are one and the same.
I'm honestly still confused since Dali appeared so much later than RAVEN2, are they really confirmed to be the same?
 
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@IntelUser2000 May I make some request? Put the data into a table so the columns are easier to read. Also I'm using the dark forum theme, so font colors like dark blue and black are hard to read, could you use some lighter color in their place? Thanks!


I'm honestly still confused since Dali appeared so much later than RAVEN2, are they really confirmed to be the same?
I'm not sure if there's official word on it specifically, and I thought they were different until very recently, but apparently they're the same, alongside the codename of the APU Phoronix found out earlier today. They're all the same chip - though again, I can't point you to an official word clearly stating that.
 
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Thanks for the tables!
Btw. the different Epyc gens are better called Epyc 7001, 7002 and 7003. (Accordingly I'd call Ryzen 1000, 2000 etc. or 1xxx, 2xxx etc.)
 

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@uzzi38 I added Dali.

I'm not WCCFTech, so I do not add information that are too speculative. Yes, lot of leaks/rumors end up being accurate, but its just my thing.

The information I included are basically public from the manufacturers, or from reliable leakers and confirmed multiple times.
I'd very much argue Willow Cove for Rocket Lake and MCM for ICL-SP are very much along the lines of pieces of "information that are too speculative". Heck, I had to hold back on codenames on AMD's side of things, there's several more that have gotten naught more than a single reference. Well, whatever.

(Though I'm fairly certain Sapphire Rapids has beem confirmed, as I believe it was announced to be used in Aurora and it's certain to be Willow Cove, so if nothing else from what I listed it should be included).
 

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I'd very much argue Willow Cove for Rocket Lake and MCM for ICL-SP are very much along the lines of pieces of "information that are too speculative".
The MCM for ICL-SP is based on early leaks of Xeon-H. That leak had Xeon H having 2x22 cores with HBM2 memory and 600GB/s of bandwidth. There were some interesting pics by Intel of a package with two large dies surrounded by what seemed like HBM2 modules.

Willow Cove is based on leaks having AVX-512 support for the part. If they are using Rocketlake for -U, I very much doubt it'll be using SKL-X cores. I can always take it out.

That's different from things like TGL-Refresh, or Alderlake. I can't even put what gen they will be or whether it'll be desktop only or mobile.

For AMD side, other than maybe 5nm? what else can I put? And it can't be like that big custom APU as there are still confusion as to what it truly is.

I excluded Sapphire Lake as its still a ways away. Yea, I know, all these rules and stuff haha.
 
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The MCM for ICL-SP is based on early leaks of Xeon-H. That leak had Xeon H having 2x22 cores with HBM2 memory and 600GB/s of bandwidth. There were some interesting pics by Intel of a package with two large dies surrounded by what seemed like HBM2 modules.

Willow Cove is based on leaks having AVX-512 support for the part. If they are using Rocketlake for -U, I very much doubt it'll be using SKL-X cores. I can always take it out.

That's different from things like TGL-Refresh, or Alderlake. I can't even put what gen they will be or whether it'll be desktop only or mobile.

For AMD side, other than maybe 5nm? what else can I put? And it can't be like that big custom APU as there are still confusion as to what it truly is.

I excluded Sapphire Lake as its still a ways away. Yea, I know, all these rules and stuff haha.
Link to the original leak for Xeon-H? From the sounds of it seems like I've missed that one entirely.

As for RKL being Willow I have my own reasons to believe it's not outside of that rant from a while back. All of which still holds up, but Rocket Lake being Willow Cove has several technicalities and implications alongside some other stuff... but all in all it's really unlikely.

If you want to leave it up then feel free to do so, but I think just stating that it has the updated power regulation standards and AVX512 over anything client Skylake is still far more accurate.

Fair enough on TGL-R and ADL. Though... given recent rumours TGL is in the same spot afaik. If nothing else I... wouldn't rule out the possibility of Tiger Lake getting more love.

As for AMD's side, I said Mero because it's pretty much confirmed. Komachi's already spilled the beans enough on it - we know for a fact that it's an APU due to certain features it makes clear references to.

There are others he mentioned at the same time by name only - Floyd, Badami etc which I didn't ask you to include because past the codenames themselves we know nothing.
 

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As for RKL being Willow I have my own reasons to believe it's not outside of that rant from a while back. All of which still holds up, but Rocket Lake being Willow Cove has several technicalities and implications alongside some other stuff... but all in all it's really unlikely.
Skylake Server would be dumb, so it's definitely not that. I will say that the rumors said that Skylake Client originally had AVX-512 in there. Patching the Skylake Client core to re-enable AVX-512 would be more realistic than Skylake-X. But even that seems unlikely unless the effort was pretty easy. I would say that if it really has AVX-512 it almost has to be Willow Cove.

Whichever way they go, it's going to be extremely toasty.
 

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Skylake Server would be dumb, so it's definitely not that. I will say that the rumors said that Skylake Client originally had AVX-512 in there. Patching the Skylake Client core to re-enable AVX-512 would be more realistic than Skylake-X.
I agree about not being Skylake server. RKL isn't just going into desktops, but some -U laptops.

And Skylake client has no AVX-512. You can see it clearly from the die shot.
 

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I'm honestly still confused since Dali appeared so much later than RAVEN2, are they really confirmed to be the same?
They are the same design wise as Picasso with same features but not the same die, methink that Dali is the code name for the mobile dedicated dies while DT ones retain the Picasso (= Raven 2) naming.






 
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