After many years later, AMD finally to Intel's long-standing high-end server chip market once again launched a challenge, itOfficially released
Server chip based on Zen architecture. AMD has released nine different configurations of Epyc processors, from the low-end 8-core / 16-wire Epyc 7251 to the most high-end 32-core 64-line Epyc 7601, priced from the lowest $ 400 to the highest $ 4,000, AMD said its Epyc 7601 performance than the Intel 22-core E5-2699V4 more than 47%. All Epyc processors support 8-channel DDR4 memory and 128 PCIe 3.0 buses. 16-core 32-wire Epyc processor priced at around $ 1,000, in order to infer AMD's most high-end desktop processor Threadripper pricing is likely to be less than 1,000 US dollars. AMD compiled the Linux kernel to demonstrate the performance of the Epyc 7601, which took 15.6 seconds to complete the compilation.