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'''Neural Net Prediction''' - This appears to be largely marketing term for Zen's much beefier and more finely
'''Neural Net Prediction''' - This appears to be largely marketing term for Zen's much beefier and more finely [[branch prediction]] unit. Zen uses a [[perceptron branch predictor|hashed perceptron system]] to intelligently anticipate future code flows, allowing warming up of cold blocks in order to avoid possible waits. Most of that functionality is already found on every modern high-end microprocessor (including AMD's own previous microarchitectures). Because AMD has not disclosed any more specific information about BP, it can only be speculated that no new groundbreaking logic was introduced in Zen.
|core count||4 +, 6 +, 8 +, 16 +, 24 +, 32 + and 12 +|
|first launched||March 2, 2017 +|
|full page name||amd/microarchitectures/zen +|
|instance of||microarchitecture +|
|instruction set architecture||x86-64 +|
|microarchitecture type||CPU +|
|pipeline stages||19 +|
|process||14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) +|