Well AMD has managed some general FPU improvements when supporting the AVX functions, where intel seems happy to keep it separate. Perhaps AMD increasing the 128 capacity which its AVX2 uses twice on 256. So beefing that up would see its AVX2 performance then match intel and its 128 bit FPU then would be significantly faster. It was rumored AVX512 won't be supported.https://hothardware.com/news/amd-ry...e-gains-in-ipc-and-floating-point-performance Perhaps AMD had decided to increase the general FPU performance rather than do AVX512. AVX512 is a bit a of mess really. Its not particularly elegant. No intel CPU currently supports all AVX512 instructions. Intel has of course segmented support for different CPU's. I wouldn't be surprised if AMD comes up with its own set of extensions. Afterall, it now has significant market share, and is likely to gain more. AVX1 + 2 were nice well thought out ideas. AVX512 is dumpster fire stuff.