At STH, we now have dozens of reviews for the AMD EPYC family of processors and the platforms they power. With all of the excitement we have seen on STH around the AMD EPYC 7002 series, we wanted to put all of the content in one place that our readers can quickly search through.
AMD EPYC 7002 Series Delivers a Knockout
The AMD EPYC 7002 series, formerly called “Rome” has generated an enormous amount of industry buzz. If the first generation EPYC, the 7001 or “Naples” put AMD in a close race with Intel, the AMD EPYC 7002 generation catapulted AMD to higher core counts, higher performance, more memory bandwidth, and more I/O throughput than Intel has in the market. Most impressive is that AMD did this while lowering prices for customers who have been squeezed by Intel pricing practices for the past decade. We called it a “knockout” and you can read our in-depth analysis of performance and the market impact here:
AMD EPYC 7002 CPU Reviews on STH
In this generation, AMD has five single-socket only parts. These “P” series parts are special because they leverage the platform’s unique I/O capabilities to deliver industry-leading single-socket performance equivalent to Intel’s dual-socket Xeon performance. What is more, AMD is incentivizing the single socket market with aggressive pricing on these SKUs:
- AMD EPYC 7232P Review
- AMD EPYC 7302P Review
- AMD EPYC 7402P Review
- AMD EPYC 7502P Review
- AMD EPYC 7702P Review
Beyond the single socket parts, the AMD EPYC 7002 series has traditional dual-socket capable parts that scale from 8 cores in a server to 128 cores and 256 threads in a server.
- AMD EPYC 7262 Review
- AMD EPYC 7272 Review
- AMD EPYC 7282 Review
- AMD EPYC 7352 Review
- AMD EPYC 7642 Review
- AMD EPYC 7742 Review
We will update these pages as STH reviews go live. If you want to see an overview of the processor options, you can see our detailed AMD EPYC 7002 SKU List and Value Analysis.
AMD EPYC Platform Reviews on STH
AMD promised that its first-generation platforms would be compatible with the second-generation AMD EPYC 7002 series if vendors support it. AMD’s partners also have updates for the new Rome platforms.
1U Single Socket
- ASUS RS500A-E9-RS4-U Review 1U 1P AMD EPYC Server
- Supermicro AS-1013S-MTR 1U 1-Socket AMD EPYC Server Review
- HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 AMD EPYC 7002 Edition Review
- Supermicro AS-1014S-WTRT 1U AMD EPYC 7002 Server Review
1U Dual Socket
2U Single Socket
- Ultimate Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415 Review Top 1P 2U EPYC Today
- Gigabyte R272-Z32 AMD EPYC 7002 Edition Review
- Tyan Transport SX TS65A-B8036 2U 28-bay AMD EPYC Server Review
2U 4-Node Platforms
- Cisco UCS C4200 Review with C125 M5 AMD EPYC Compute Nodes
- Gigabyte H261-Z61 Server Review 2U4N AMD EPYC with NVMe
- Gigabyte H261-Z60 Server Review 2U4N AMD EPYC for Dense Compute
- Gigabyte H262-Z62 Server Review 2U4N AMD EPYC 7002 Platform
Additional AMD EPYC Platforms
- Supermicro AS-4023S-TRT Review Dual AMD EPYC 4U Tower Server
- Supermicro H11DSi-NT Dual AMD EPYC Motherboard Review
- Gigabyte W291-Z00 Review an AMD EPYC GPU Tower Server
- Gigabyte MZ01-CE1 Review an AMD EPYC ATX GPU Motherboard
- Gigabyte MZ31-AR0 Review A Single Socket AMD EPYC Motherboard
We will update these pages as STH reviews go live.
Additional AMD EPYC Coverage on STH
If you want to see the full set of STH AMD EPYC coverage, you can check out our dedicated AMD EPYC tag here where we now have over 100 distinct pieces on the server CPU offerings from AMD including CPU benchmarks, system reviews, and analysis.