Linux Kernel Support For AMD Zen 3


Linux Kernel support for AMD Zen 3 added.

The Linux kernel is a great gauge for future hardware, as the massive code base is routinely updated to support hardware months in advance, many times even before it has been formally announced.

Linux Kernel support for AMD Zen 3 added.

Recent months has seen patches to the Linux kernel that offeres support for Navi 22 and 23, as well showing support for Intel's Tiger Lake, Jasper Lake, and Elkhart Lake processors.

Now, we're seeing support for AMD's Zen 3 processors as seen by hardware leaker Komachi.

AMD is expected to formally launch Zen 3 later this year, as confirmed by AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su.

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