IT House July 15 according to a report from foreign media Tom's Hardware, a run in the SiSoftware database shows that the EPYC 7702P processor, which has not yet been released by AMD, has replaced Intel's Xeon processor to the top of the SiSoftware real-time ranking.
It is reported that AMD 7702P is the second generation 64-core 128-thread EPYC processor that will be on the market this quarter.
Similar to the mainstream Ryzen 3000 series chips, the new EPYC
SiSoftware data show that EPYC 7702P has a base frequency of 1.47 GHz and an accelerated clock frequency of 3.35 GHz, rated power of 200 W, only 20 W higher than 32-core EPYC 7601. Other specifications of EPYC 7702P include 32 MB L2 cache, 256 MB L3 cache, 8-channel memory support and PCI 4.0 channel support.