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In our AMD EPYC 7371 review, we show how this frequency optimized processor is now the fastest 16 core CPU. We will also show why this part is set to change the narrative of AMD EPYC versus Intel Xeon (Skylake-SP) in a market shifting manner.
Our Gigabyte H261-Z60 server review tests a next-generation 2U4N platform. This 2U 4-node AMD EPYC server is targeted at dense compute deployments. We test the server with 256 core and 512 threads to see how it performs versus four 1U servers
At Supercomputing 2018 we saw the launch of the Xilinx Alveo U280. Buried in the accompanying whitepaper for the 2019 product is AMD processor CCIX support which could point to AMD EPYC Rome generation support in a few quarters
New AMD EPYC 7371 frequency optimized processors are launched with a massive 700MHz or more increase in base and turbo clock speeds. For those that desire higher-frequency AMD EPYC, this will be the SKU for you
In San Francisco today we expect to hear more about the AMD 7nm plans for AMD EPYC "Rome" and new 7nm Radeon Instinct accelerators.
Our Noctua NH-U12S TR4-SP3 review finds an AMD EPYC and Threadripper air cooler that has excellent performance, fit, and finish making it a great option for workstations and servers housed in workstation cases
New Gigabyte AMD EPYC solutions are out including a 2U 4-node Gigabyte H261-Z61 server with NVMe and two new motherboards the Gigabyte MZ01-CE0 and MZ01-CE1 ATX size boards
The AMD EPYC 7261 has a tremendous L3 cache with 8MB per core or 64MB total. This eight core part is billed as an entry-level part but is a significant step up from the AMD EPYC 7251.