After first hitting the desktop market, AMD's Zen4 architecture's next stop will be servers and data centers, codenamed Genoa, the Xiao Long 9004 series, with up to 96 cores and 192 threads.
MLIS has now revealed the full size, specifications, and even official features of the Xiaolong 9004 series.
The top model Xiaolong 9654(single-channel version Xiaolong 9654P), 96 cores (12 CCDS), 384MB three-level cache, base frequency 2.05-2.15GHz, the highest acceleration frequency 3.5-3.7GHz, the default thermal design power consumption is 360W, adjustable range down to 320W, up to 400W.
Yes, this time even the baseline, acceleration frequency is a range of values.
In fact, the regular version of the Xiaolong 9004 series,Acceleration frequency is all 3.5-3.7GHz, is the highest frequency 2.9GHz。
Four more are optimized for high frequencies, both with F suffix, can accelerate to 4.0GHz or higher.
Among them,Xiao Long 9494F has 48 cores, the benchmark frequency is 3.2-3.4GHz, Xiao Long 9174F is 16 cores, the benchmark frequency is as high as 3.6-3.8GHz, more than the conventional version of the acceleration frequency.
SPECrate 2017 Integer_Base is used as an example.There is an almost perfect linear relationship between the score and the number of cores.
Intel's current third generation, which can be scaled up to 40 cores, turns out to be in the same league as the 24 cores of the Xiaolong 9004 series.
AMD also claims that the Xiaolong 9654 performs as well as the Platinum 8380, flagship-to-flagship, about 2.6 times better than its rivals!
Of course, Intel also has a 4th generation scalable to the strong Sapphire Rapids, but one with a maximum of 60 cores and the other with endless delays will probably not be released until the second quarter of next year, later than the RollerDragons 9004 series. …