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AMD EPYC v Intel Xeon Scalable Taking Stock of Myths July...

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We attempt to answer many of the questions the STH team is fielding from users about AMD EPYC v. Intel Xeon Scalable platforms

AMD EPYC Infinity Fabric Latency DDR4 2400 v 2666: A Snapshot

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We explore the benchmark impact of AMD EPYC Infinity Fabric with DDR4-2666 and DDR4-2400 RAM and show why you should always use DDR4-2666 with EPYC

AMD EPYC and Intel Xeon Scalable Architecture Ultimate Deep Dive

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We have the ultimate AMD EPYC and Intel Xeon Scalable architecture deep dive along with some comparisons to Intel Xeon E5

AMD EPYC Infinity Fabric v. Intel Broadwell-EP QPI Architecture Explained

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We provide a different view of AMD EPYC Infinity Fabric v. Intel Xeon E5-2600 V4 (Broadwell-EP) QPI architecture and NUMA design to share with colleagues

Most Impressive Part of the AMD EPYC Launch: The Ecosystem

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Most Impressive Part of the AMD EPYC Launch: The Ecosystem

AMD EPYC Supported OS and Hypervisor Compatibility Matrix at Launch

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We take a snapshot of which OSes are supported on AMD EPYC as of its Q2 2017 launch. The list of OS and hypervisors will likely grow over time

Dual AMD EPYC 7601 CPUs Can Offset Operational Costs Using Monero...

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The AMD EPYC 7601 dual processor system we have in the lab has set a world record for dual socket Monero mining and can offset ongoing data center costs

AMD EPYC 7000 Series Architecture Overview for Non-CE or EE Majors

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With the launch of AMD EPYC we can finally go into detail about the AMD architecture codenamed "Naples." CPU design is dense but we simplify basics for you

AMD EPYC 7601 Dual Socket Early Power Consumption Observations

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We preview the power consumption figures of the top-end AMD EPYC 7601 dual CPU configuration with 512GB of RAM and see excellent results

AMD EPYC 7000 Series Platform-Level Features PCIe and Storage

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We have a view of how the AMD EPYC 7000 series platform-level features with PCIe and storage are complete game changers in the server markets