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  • AMD EPYC Rome - AMD introduced 64-core processors at a price of $7000


    Company AMD has presented second-generation EPYC processors, code-named Rome. They are made according to the advanced 7-nm technological process and include up to 64 computing cores (128 threads). A total of 19 chips were shown, and the price of top models reaches $7000.

    AMD EPYC Rome processors are designed for use in server hardware. Their main competitors are Intel Xeon Scalable processors of the second generation presented at the beginning of the year. During the presentation, AMD announced a decrease in the value of TCO (total cost of ownership) by half in comparison with the first generation of EPYC.

    The features of the second generation AMD EPYC include support for memory type DDR4-3200 in eight-channel mode, the ability to work in the multithreaded format, the use of PCI Express 4.0 interface with 128 lines and up to 256 MB of the cache of the third level.

    AMD EPYC Rome - AMD introduced 64-core processors at a price of $7000

    In top models with 64 Zen 2 cores, the number of instructions per clock cycle increased by 23% compared to the first generation AMD EPYC models. In addition, the company promises to increase the performance of Java applications up to 83% compared to competitors ' solutions.

    Model

    Kernels / Threads

    Base frequency, GHz

    Boost-

    frequency, GHz

    L3 cache, MB

    TDP, W

    Price, $

    AMD EPYC 7742

    64/128

    2.25

    3.4

    256

    225

    6950

    AMD EPYC 7702

    64/128

    2.0

    3.35

    256

    200

    6450

    AMD EPYC 7702P

    64/128

    2.0

    3.35

    256

    200

    4425

    AMD EPYC 7642

    48/96

    2,3

    3.3

    256

    225

    4775

    AMD EPYC 7552

    48/96

    2.2

    3.3

    192

    200

    4025

    AMD EPYC 7542

    48/96

    2.9

    3.4

    128

    225

    3400

    AMD EPYC 7502

    32/64

    2.5

    3.35

    128

    180

    2600

    AMD EPYC 7502P

    32/64

    2.5

    3.35

    128

    180

    2300

    AMD EPYC 7442

    32/64

    2,35

    3.35

    128

    155

    2025

    AMD EPYC 7402

    24/48

    2,8

    3.35

    128

    180

    1783

    AMD EPYC 7402P

    24/48

    2,8

    3.35

    128

    180

    1250

    AMD EPYC 7352

    24/48

    2,3

    3.2

    128

    155

    1350

    AMD EPYC 7302

    16/32

    3.0

    3.3

    128

    155

    978

    AMD EPYC 7302P

    16/32

    3.0

    3.3

    128

    155

    825

    AMD EPYC 7282

    16/32

    2,8

    3.2

    64

    120

    650

    AMD EPYC 7272

    12/24

    2.9

    3.2

    64

    120

    625

    AMD EPYC 7262

    8/16

    3.2

    3.4

    128

    155

    575

    AMD EPYC 7252

    8/16

    3,1

    3.2

    64

    120

    475

    AMD EPYC 7252P

    8/16

    3,1

    3.2

    32

    120

    450

    Google and Twitter have already announced plans to use new chips in their data centers, and Dell, HP, and Lenovo have released server platforms based on EPYC Rome.


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