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Have you ever woken up and just casually decided to break a world record that day, and then achieved that goal? Yeah, neither have we. It did occur to AMD, however, on the heels of launching its 3rd Gen EPYC processors for servers. Based on the company's Zen 3 architecture, its EPYC "Milan" series is some serious big iron, and AMD decided to demonstrate this by setting a Cinebench R23 world record. There would be no helium, liquid nitrogen, or even liquid cooling in pursuit of the record, just a "pure old boring air cooling solution." For the record attempt, AMD rounded up a pair of EPYC 7763 processors based on Zen 3, which sit at the top of its server stack. Each chip wields 64 cores and 128... Read more...
AMD offered up a preview of its upcoming third-generation EPYC "Milan" server processors, based on its 7-nanometer Zen 3 architecture. According to AMD, its next round of EPYC chips will "reset the bar for data computing" with class leading performance (per core and throughput). On the heels of a lofty claim, several supposed SKUs have leaked, offering up core and thread counts, clockspeeds, cache details, and TDP. The leaks are coming in at a more rapid pace these days, suggesting a launch is imminent. Earlier this week, for example, we caught wind of a 32-core/64-thread EPYC 7543 processor making an appearance at Geekbench (a common destination for unreleased hardware). One of the takeaways... Read more...
AMD is the process of assembling a star-studded cast of Zen 3 CPUs, starting with its initial batch of Ryzen 5000 series for the desktop. Give it some time and Zen 3 will spill over to other product lines. One of those will be AMD's EYPC lineup for servers, and ahead of an official launch, an EPYC 7763 has been spotted flexing 64 cores and 128 threads. This follows a recent cameo of another next-gen EPYC processor, the EPYC 7713, which made a benchmark cameo in SiSoftware's SANDRA database. Codenamed "Milan," the new generation of EPYC processors will bring the benefits of Zen 3 to servers and data centers, where they will fight it out with Intel's Xeon lineup. Over at Chiphell, forum user diogin... Read more...