AMD announces '4th generation EPYC' with up to 96 cores, supports DDR5 and PCIe 5 with Zen 4 architecture
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AMD announced the 4th generation model (development code: Genoa) of the CPU ``EPYC'' series for servers on November 10, 2022. The 4th generation EPYC uses the Zen 4 architecture like the ``
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The specifications of each 4th generation EPYC model announced by AMD are as follows. The maximum number of cores of the 3rd generation EPYC was 64 cores, but the 4th generation EPYC has a lineup of up to 96 cores. Both models also support DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.
|model||number of cores||number of threads||Maximum boost frequency||base frequency||L3 cache||Standard TDP|
|AMD EPYC 9654P||96||192||3.7GHz||3.55GHz||384MB||360W|
|AMD EPYC 9654||96||192||3.7GHz||3.55GHz||384MB||360W|
|AMD EPYC 9634||84||168||3.7GHz||3.1 GHz||384MB||290W|
|AMD EPYC 9554P||64||128||3.75GHz||3.75GHz||256MB||360W|
|AMD EPYC 9554||64||128||3.75GHz||3.75GHz||256MB||360W|
|AMD EPYC 9534||64||128||3.7GHz||3.55GHz||256MB||280W|
|AMD EPYC 9474F||48||96||4.1GHz||3.95GHz||256MB||360W|
|AMD EPYC 9454P||48||96||3.8GHz||3.65GHz||256MB||290W|
|AMD EPYC 9454||48||96||3.8GHz||3.65GHz||256MB||290W|
|AMD EPYC 9374F||32||64||4.3GHz||4.1GHz||256MB||320W|
|AMD EPYC 9354P||32||64||3.8GHz||3.75GHz||256MB||280W|
|AMD EPYC 9354||32||64||3.8GHz||3.75GHz||256MB||280W|
|AMD EPYC 9334||32||64||3.9GHz||3.85GHz||128MB||210W|
|AMD EPYC 9274F||twenty four||48||4.3GHz||4.1GHz||256MB||320W|
|AMD EPYC 9254||twenty four||48||4.15GHz||3.9GHz||128MB||200W|
|AMD EPYC 9224||twenty four||48||3.7GHz||3.65GHz||64MB||200W|
|AMD EPYC 9174F||16||32||4.4GHz||4.15GHz||256MB||320W|
|AMD EPYC 9124||16||32||3.7GHz||3.6GHz||64MB||200W|
Below is a performance comparison graph between AMD's CPU 'Xeon' for Intel servers and EPYC. EPYC recorded 1.5 times the performance of 'Xeon 8380' at the time of the 3rd generation 'EPYC 7763', but the performance improved to 2.8 times that of 'Xeon 8380' in the 4th generation 'EPYC 9654'. I'm here.
In addition, the EPYC 9654 has three times the cloud computing performance of the Xeon 8380 and 2.5 times the high performance computing performance of the Xeon 8380.
According to AMD, the 4th generation EPYC is being developed with support from major cloud companies such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft and VMware. These companies are expected to offer products incorporating EPYC.
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