Amd released two new epyc 7xx2 (Rome), the second generation 7Nm Xiaolong processor, this morning to further enrich the product matrix.
Specifically, epyc 7662 is designed as a 64 core 128 thread, with a basic frequency of 2GHz, an acceleration frequency of 3.35ghz, a three-level cache of 256MB, and a thermal design power consumption of 225W.
The second one is EPYC7532,32 core 64 threads, base frequency 2.4 GHz, acceleration 3.3 GHz, three-stage cache 256 MB, thermal design power consumption 200 W.
similarity aspect, the highest 8-channel ddr4-3200 memory,128 pcie4.0 channels.
EPYC product matrix
According to AMD, EPYC7532 has 111% higher performance than the Intel to Strong Gold 6248 processor (20 cores,2.5/3.9 GHz).
Dell, supermicro and others have begun adopting the epyc 7662/7532 processor on their server products, and hp and lenovo will also be on the job within the next few months.
Previously, data from the tripartite statistical agency showed that after 2019, AMD processor's market share in x86 server market is 4.5%, which is expected to exceed double digits this year.