AMD announced a new trio of 2nd-Generation EPYC processors designed to deliver optimal performance for Database, Commercial High-Performance Computing (HPC), as well as in Hyperconverged Workloads.
These are able to leverage up to 500MHz of additional base frequency and large amounts of cache, which gives AMD EPYC the world’s highest per-core performance x86 service CPU.
|TDP (Watts)||Base Freq/|
Max Boost Freq
|Total L3 Cache||L3 Cache per Core||Price (1Ku)|
|7F32||8/16||180W||3.7 GHz/~3.9 GHz||128MB||16MB||$2,100|
|7F52||16/32||240W||3.5 GHz/~3.9 GHz||256MB||16MB||$3,100|
|7F72||24/48||240W||3.2 GHz/~3.7 GHz|
A number of existing OEM’s as well as new partners have joined the AMD EPYC 7Fx2 series processor ecosystem, including:
- Dell Technologies
- IBM Cloud
To know more about AMD’s 2nd Gen EPYC Processors, click here.
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