Offering Unmatched Performance, Leadership Energy Efficiency and Next-Generation Architecture, AMD Brings 4th Gen AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ Processors to The Modern Data Center
‚ÄĒNew AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ pro¬≠ces¬≠sors are the world‚Äôs fas¬≠test and most ener¬≠gy effi¬≠ci¬≠ent, allo¬≠wing cus¬≠to¬≠mers to moder¬≠ni¬≠ze their data cen¬≠ters to dri¬≠ve actionable insights for bet¬≠ter busi¬≠ness results‚ÄĒ
‚ÄĒAMD EPYC‚ĄĘ pro¬≠ces¬≠sors are sup¬≠port¬≠ed by a com¬≠ple¬≠te cloud, enter¬≠pri¬≠se, hard¬≠ware and soft¬≠ware ecosystem‚ÄĒ
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) ‚ÄĒ Today, at the ‚Äútog¬≠e¬≠ther we advance_data cen¬≠ters‚ÄĚ event, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) announ¬≠ced the gene¬≠ral avai¬≠la¬≠bi¬≠li¬≠ty of the 4th Gen AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ pro¬≠ces¬≠sors; with unmat¬≠ched per¬≠for¬≠mance for cri¬≠ti¬≠cal workloads across cloudi, enter¬≠pri¬≠seii and high per¬≠for¬≠mance com¬≠pu¬≠tingiii.
The 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors bring next-gene¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on archi¬≠tec¬≠tu¬≠re, tech¬≠no¬≠lo¬≠gy, and fea¬≠tures to the modern data cen¬≠ter. Built on the ‚ÄúZen 4‚ÄĚ core, the hig¬≠hest per¬≠for¬≠mance core ever from AMDiv, the pro¬≠ces¬≠sors deli¬≠ver lea¬≠der¬≠ship per¬≠for¬≠mance, ener¬≠gy effi¬≠ci¬≠en¬≠cyv and help cus¬≠to¬≠mers acce¬≠le¬≠ra¬≠te data cen¬≠ter moder¬≠niza¬≠ti¬≠on for grea¬≠ter appli¬≠ca¬≠ti¬≠on through¬≠put and more actionable insights.
‚ÄúChoo¬≠sing the right data cen¬≠ter pro¬≠ces¬≠sor is more important than ever, and 4th Gen EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors deli¬≠ver lea¬≠der¬≠ship in every dimen¬≠si¬≠on,‚ÄĚ said Dr. Lisa Su, Chair and CEO, AMD. ‚ÄúThe data cen¬≠ter repres¬≠ents the lar¬≠gest growth oppor¬≠tu¬≠ni¬≠ty and most stra¬≠te¬≠gic prio¬≠ri¬≠ty for AMD, and we are com¬≠mit¬≠ted to making AMD the part¬≠ner of choice by offe¬≠ring the industry‚Äôs broa¬≠dest port¬≠fo¬≠lio of high-per¬≠for¬≠mance and adap¬≠ti¬≠ve com¬≠pu¬≠ting engi¬≠nes. We have built the best data cen¬≠ter CPU road¬≠map in the indus¬≠try, and with 4th Gen EPYC we deli¬≠ver ano¬≠ther major step for¬≠ward in per¬≠for¬≠mance and effi¬≠ci¬≠en¬≠cy to make the best ser¬≠ver pro¬≠ces¬≠sor road¬≠map even bet¬≠ter. With a signi¬≠fi¬≠cant¬≠ly expan¬≠ded set of solu¬≠ti¬≠ons on-track to launch from our eco¬≠sys¬≠tem of part¬≠ners, cus¬≠to¬≠mers sel¬≠ec¬≠ting 4th Gen EPYC to power their data cen¬≠ters can impro¬≠ve per¬≠for¬≠mance, con¬≠so¬≠li¬≠da¬≠te their infra¬≠struc¬≠tu¬≠re, and lower ener¬≠gy costs.‚ÄĚ
Acce¬≠le¬≠ra¬≠ting Results and Dri¬≠ving Actionable Insights for Businesses
4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors are desi¬≠gned to deli¬≠ver opti¬≠miza¬≠ti¬≠ons across mar¬≠ket seg¬≠ments and appli¬≠ca¬≠ti¬≠ons, while hel¬≠ping busi¬≠nesses free data cen¬≠ter resour¬≠ces to crea¬≠te addi¬≠tio¬≠nal workload pro¬≠ces¬≠sing and acce¬≠le¬≠ra¬≠te output.
With 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors, busi¬≠nesses can:
- Sup¬≠port Per¬≠for¬≠mance and Effi¬≠ci¬≠en¬≠cy. With up to 96 cores in a sin¬≠gle pro¬≠ces¬≠sor, the new AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors can enable cus¬≠to¬≠mers to deploy fewer and more powerful ser¬≠vers to con¬≠ti¬≠nue to meet their com¬≠pu¬≠te needs. This allows them to dri¬≠ve grea¬≠ter fle¬≠xi¬≠bi¬≠li¬≠ty within the data cen¬≠ter that can be lever¬≠a¬≠ged to address busi¬≠ness sus¬≠taina¬≠bi¬≠li¬≠ty goals and dri¬≠ve real-world dividends.
- Help Keep Data Secu¬≠re. Through a ‚ÄúSecu¬≠ri¬≠ty by Design‚ÄĚ approach, AMD con¬≠ti¬≠nues to deli¬≠ver enhan¬≠ced secu¬≠ri¬≠ty fea¬≠tures in x86 CPUs. The 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sor series expands on AMD Infi¬≠ni¬≠ty Guardvi, a cut¬≠ting-edge set of fea¬≠tures that offers phy¬≠si¬≠cal and vir¬≠tu¬≠al lay¬≠ers of pro¬≠tec¬≠tion. With 2X the num¬≠ber of encryp¬≠ti¬≠on keys com¬≠pared to pre¬≠vious gene¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠ons, 4th Gen EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors help cus¬≠to¬≠mers keep data secu¬≠re, whe¬≠ther it is stored local¬≠ly, in the cloud, or resi¬≠ding in storage.
- Use the Latest Indus¬≠try Fea¬≠tures and Archi¬≠tec¬≠tures. The¬≠se pro¬≠ces¬≠sors con¬≠ti¬≠nue to pro¬≠vi¬≠de cus¬≠to¬≠mers with an ‚Äúall-in‚ÄĚ fea¬≠ture set, with cus¬≠to¬≠mers just nee¬≠ding to pick the core count and fre¬≠quen¬≠cy that matches their workload needs. The 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sor intro¬≠du¬≠ces sup¬≠port for DDR5 memo¬≠ry and PCIe¬ģ Gen 5, which are cri¬≠ti¬≠cal for AI and ML appli¬≠ca¬≠ti¬≠ons. In addi¬≠ti¬≠on, 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors sup¬≠port CXL¬ģ 1.1+ for memo¬≠ry expan¬≠si¬≠on, hel¬≠ping cus¬≠to¬≠mers to meet demands for lar¬≠ger in-memo¬≠ry workload capacity.
All of the¬≠se fea¬≠tures and capa¬≠bi¬≠li¬≠ties ulti¬≠m¬≠ate¬≠ly enable cus¬≠to¬≠mers to use the 4th Gen EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors to dri¬≠ve infra¬≠struc¬≠tu¬≠re con¬≠so¬≠li¬≠da¬≠ti¬≠on with simi¬≠lar or bet¬≠ter per¬≠for¬≠mance; ther¬≠eby hel¬≠ping redu¬≠ce the cos¬≠ts and ener¬≠gy con¬≠sump¬≠ti¬≠on of their data cen¬≠tervii.
Expan¬≠ding the AMD EPYC Pro¬≠ces¬≠sor Ecosystem
At the ‚Äútog¬≠e¬≠ther we advance_data cen¬≠ters‚ÄĚ event, AMD exe¬≠cu¬≠ti¬≠ves were backed by num¬≠e¬≠rous cloud, soft¬≠ware and OEM part¬≠ners inclu¬≠ding Dell Tech¬≠no¬≠lo¬≠gies, Goog¬≠le Cloud, HPE, Leno¬≠vo, Micro¬≠soft Azu¬≠re, Ora¬≠cle Cloud Infra¬≠struc¬≠tu¬≠re, Super¬≠mi¬≠cro and VMware. The¬≠se part¬≠ners high¬≠ligh¬≠ted their sup¬≠port for 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors:
- Dell Tech¬≠no¬≠lo¬≠gies announ¬≠ced the next gene¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on of Dell PowerEdge ser¬≠vers with 4th Gene¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors. Pro¬≠vi¬≠ding impres¬≠si¬≠ve appli¬≠ca¬≠ti¬≠on per¬≠for¬≠mance, the new sys¬≠tems are desi¬≠gned to help cus¬≠to¬≠mers more effec¬≠tively power deman¬≠ding, com¬≠pu¬≠te-cen¬≠tric workloads such as data analytics.
- Goog¬≠le Cloud dis¬≠cus¬≠sed incor¬≠po¬≠ra¬≠ting 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors into Goog¬≠le Cloud Com¬≠pu¬≠te Engi¬≠ne and high¬≠ligh¬≠ted how AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors in its data cen¬≠ters are hel¬≠ping Goog¬≠le with their effi¬≠ci¬≠en¬≠cy goals. As well, they high¬≠ligh¬≠ted the use of AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors to deli¬≠ver lea¬≠ding pri¬≠ce-per¬≠for¬≠mance in the Goog¬≠le Cloud Tau VMs and high¬≠ly-secu¬≠re data pro¬≠tec¬≠tion with Goog¬≠le Cloud‚Äôs Con¬≠fi¬≠den¬≠ti¬≠al Com¬≠pu¬≠ting portfolio.
- HPE announ¬≠ced new HPE Pro¬≠Li¬≠ant Gen11 ser¬≠vers that sup¬≠port 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors that are also available through a pay-as-you-go con¬≠sump¬≠ti¬≠on model with HPE Green¬≠La¬≠ke. HPE also announ¬≠ced sup¬≠port for 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors across its super¬≠com¬≠pu¬≠ting port¬≠fo¬≠lio with the new HPE Cray EX2500 and HPE Cray XD2000 supercomputers.
- Leno¬≠vo intro¬≠du¬≠ced 21 new Think¬≠Sys¬≠tem ser¬≠vers and Thin¬≠kA¬≠gi¬≠le hyper¬≠con¬≠ver¬≠ged (HCI) solu¬≠ti¬≠ons, powered by 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors, inclu¬≠ding Thin¬≠kA¬≠gi¬≠le VX and Thin¬≠kA¬≠gi¬≠le HX to enable fast hybrid mul¬≠ti-cloud deploy¬≠ment and sim¬≠pli¬≠fy infra¬≠struc¬≠tu¬≠re management.
- Micro¬≠soft announ¬≠ced a Pre¬≠view of new Vir¬≠tu¬≠al Machi¬≠nes (VMs) for HPC. HBv4-series VMs and the all new HX-series VMs are both powered by 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors. Each will fea¬≠ture AMD 3D V‚ÄĎCache‚ĄĘ Tech¬≠no¬≠lo¬≠gy when they reach Gene¬≠ral Avai¬≠la¬≠bi¬≠li¬≠ty in 2023. Micro¬≠soft also announ¬≠ced addi¬≠tio¬≠nal VMs and con¬≠tai¬≠ners using 4th Gen AMD EPYC are forthcoming.
- The latest Ora¬≠cle Cloud Infra¬≠struc¬≠tu¬≠re (OCI) E5 com¬≠pu¬≠te ins¬≠tances are powered by 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors to be used by cus¬≠to¬≠mers such as Ora¬≠cle Red Bull Racing for deve¬≠lo¬≠p¬≠ment of their next gene¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on of power¬≠train pro¬≠jects. Ora¬≠cle will also pro¬≠vi¬≠de enhan¬≠ced secu¬≠ri¬≠ty with OCI Con¬≠fi¬≠den¬≠ti¬≠al Com¬≠pu¬≠ting, based on AMD Secu¬≠re Encrypt¬≠ed Vir¬≠tua¬≠liza¬≠ti¬≠on (SEV). 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors addi¬≠tio¬≠nal¬≠ly power MyS¬≠QL Heat¬≠Wa¬≠ve, Ora¬≠cle Auto¬≠no¬≠mous Data¬≠ba¬≠se and Exa¬≠da¬≠ta Data¬≠ba¬≠se Ser¬≠vice on OCI.
- Super¬≠mi¬≠cro announ¬≠ced signi¬≠fi¬≠cant addi¬≠ti¬≠ons to its broad line of ser¬≠vers sup¬≠port¬≠ing the new 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors in the A+ series
- VMware announ¬≠ced vSphe¬≠re¬ģ 8 sup¬≠port and opti¬≠miza¬≠ti¬≠on for 4th Gen EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sor powered sys¬≠tems is available now.
4th Gen AMD EPYC can pro¬≠vi¬≠de up to 2.8X more per¬≠for¬≠manceviii, up to 54 per¬≠cent less powerix, have added to the more than 300 world recordsx held by AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors and are sup¬≠port¬≠ed by a com¬≠ple¬≠te soft¬≠ware and hard¬≠ware eco¬≠sys¬≠tem span¬≠ning a varie¬≠ty of workloads inclu¬≠ding, data¬≠ba¬≠se, vir¬≠tua¬≠liza¬≠ti¬≠on, AI/ML, HPC and more. You can see more about the AMD EPYC eco¬≠sys¬≠tem here. Watch the key¬≠note replay here and visit the landing page for 4th Gen AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors to learn more and read about what AMD cus¬≠to¬≠mers have to say, here.
4th Gen AMD EPYC Pro¬≠ces¬≠sors Pro¬≠duct Chart
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For more than 50 years AMD has dri¬≠ven inno¬≠va¬≠ti¬≠on in high-per¬≠for¬≠mance com¬≠pu¬≠ting, gra¬≠phics and visua¬≠liza¬≠ti¬≠on tech¬≠no¬≠lo¬≠gies ‚Äē the buil¬≠ding blocks for gam¬≠ing, immersi¬≠ve plat¬≠forms and the dat¬≠a¬≠cen¬≠ter. Hundreds of mil¬≠li¬≠ons of con¬≠su¬≠mers, lea¬≠ding For¬≠tu¬≠ne 500 busi¬≠nesses and cut¬≠ting-edge sci¬≠en¬≠ti¬≠fic rese¬≠arch faci¬≠li¬≠ties around the world rely on AMD tech¬≠no¬≠lo¬≠gy dai¬≠ly to impro¬≠ve how they live, work and play. AMD employees around the world are focu¬≠sed on buil¬≠ding gre¬≠at pro¬≠ducts that push the boun¬≠da¬≠ries of what is pos¬≠si¬≠ble. For more infor¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠on about how AMD is enab¬≠ling today and inspi¬≠ring tomor¬≠row, visit the AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) web¬≠site, blog, Face¬≠book and Twit¬≠ter pages.
AMD, the AMD Arrow logo, EPYC, and com¬≠bi¬≠na¬≠ti¬≠ons the¬≠reof are trade¬≠marks of Advan¬≠ced Micro Devices, Inc. PCIe is a regis¬≠tered trade¬≠mark of PCI-SIG cor¬≠po¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on, SPEC¬ģ, SPEC CPU¬ģ, SPECpower_ssj¬ģ and SPE¬≠Cra¬≠te¬ģ are regis¬≠tered trade¬≠marks of Stan¬≠dard Per¬≠for¬≠mance Eva¬≠lua¬≠ti¬≠on Cor¬≠po¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on. Learn more at spec.org. Other names are for infor¬≠ma¬≠tio¬≠nal pur¬≠po¬≠ses only and may be trade¬≠marks of their respec¬≠ti¬≠ve owners.
i SP5-010B: SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_base based on published scores from www.spec.org as of 11/10/2022. Con¬≠fi¬≠gu¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠ons: 2P AMD EPYC 9654 (1790 SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_base, 192 total cores, www.spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2022q4/cpu2017-20221024‚Äď32607.html) is 2.97x the per¬≠for¬≠mance of published 2P Intel Xeon Pla¬≠ti¬≠num 8380 (602 SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_base, 80 total cores, http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2021q2/cpu2017-20210521‚Äď26364.html).
ii SP5-011B: SPECpower_ssj¬ģ2008 com¬≠pa¬≠ri¬≠son based on published 2U, 2P Win¬≠dows¬ģ results as of 11/10/2022. Con¬≠fi¬≠gu¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠ons: 2P AMD EPYC 9654 (27501 over¬≠all ssj_ops/W, 2U, http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2022q4/power_ssj2008-20221020‚Äď01194.html) vs. 2P Intel Xeon Pla¬≠ti¬≠num 8380 (13670 over¬≠all ssj_ops/W, 2U, http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2022q4/power_ssj2008-20220926‚Äď01184.html).
iii SP5-009C: SPECrate¬ģ2017_fp_base based on published scores from www.spec.org as of 11/10/2022. Con¬≠fi¬≠gu¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠ons: 2P AMD EPYC 9654 (1480 SPECrate¬ģ2017_fp_base, 192 total cores, www.spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2022q4/cpu2017-20221024‚Äď32605.html) is 2.52x the per¬≠for¬≠mance of published 2P Intel Xeon Pla¬≠ti¬≠num 8380 (587 SPECrate¬ģ2017_fp_base, 160 total cores, www.spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2022q4/cpu2017-20221010‚Äď32542.html).
iv EPYC-038: AMD EPYC 9004 Series deli¬≠vers up to a ~14% geo¬≠me¬≠an IPC sin¬≠gle thread uplift gene¬≠ra¬≠tio¬≠nal¬≠ly based on AMD inter¬≠nal test¬≠ing as of 09/19/2022, per¬≠for¬≠mance impro¬≠ve¬≠ment at the same fixed-fre¬≠quen¬≠cy on a 4th Gen AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ 9554 CPU com¬≠pared to a 3rd Gen AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ 7763 CPU using a sel¬≠ect set of workloads (33) inclu¬≠ding est. SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_base, est. SPECrate¬ģ2017_fp_base, and repre¬≠sen¬≠ta¬≠ti¬≠ve ser¬≠ver workloads.
vEPYC-028B: SPECpower_ssj¬ģ 2008, SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_energy_base, and SPECrate¬ģ2017_fp_energy_base based on results published on SPEC‚Äôs web¬≠site as of 11/10/22. VMmark¬ģ ser¬≠ver power-per¬≠for¬≠mance (PPKW) based results published at https://www.vmware.com/products/vmmark/results3x.1.html?sort=score. The first 74 ran¬≠ked SPECpower_ssj¬ģ2008 publi¬≠ca¬≠ti¬≠ons with the hig¬≠hest over¬≠all effi¬≠ci¬≠en¬≠cy over¬≠all ssj_ops/W results were all powered by AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors. For SPECrate¬ģ2017 Inte¬≠ger (Ener¬≠gy Base), AMD EPYC CPUs power the first 4 of 5 SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_energy_base performance/system W scores. For SPECrate¬ģ2017 Floa¬≠ting Point (Ener¬≠gy Base), AMD EPYC CPUs power the first 8 of 9 SPECrate¬ģ2017_fp_energy_base performance/system W scores. For VMmark¬ģ ser¬≠ver power-per¬≠for¬≠mance (PPKW), have the top two results for 2- and 4‚ÄĎsocket matched pair results out¬≠per¬≠forming all other socket results. See https://www.amd.com/en/claims/epyc3x#faq-EPYC-028B for the full list. More infor¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠on about SPEC¬ģ is available at http://www.spec.org. SPEC, SPE¬≠Cra¬≠te, and SPEC¬≠power are regis¬≠tered trade¬≠marks of the Stan¬≠dard Per¬≠for¬≠mance Eva¬≠lua¬≠ti¬≠on Cor¬≠po¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠on. VMmark is a regis¬≠tered trade¬≠mark of VMware in the US or other countries.
vi AMD Infi¬≠ni¬≠ty Guard fea¬≠tures vary by EPYC‚ĄĘ Pro¬≠ces¬≠sor gene¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠ons. Infi¬≠ni¬≠ty Guard secu¬≠ri¬≠ty fea¬≠tures must be enab¬≠led by ser¬≠ver OEMs and/or Cloud Ser¬≠vice Pro¬≠vi¬≠ders to ope¬≠ra¬≠te. Check with your OEM or pro¬≠vi¬≠der to con¬≠firm sup¬≠port of the¬≠se fea¬≠tures. Learn more about Infi¬≠ni¬≠ty Guard at https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/infinity-guard.
vii SP5TCO-002B: This sce¬≠na¬≠rio con¬≠ta¬≠ins many assump¬≠ti¬≠ons and esti¬≠ma¬≠tes and, while based on AMD inter¬≠nal rese¬≠arch and best appro¬≠xi¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠ons, should be con¬≠side¬≠red an exam¬≠p¬≠le for infor¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠on pur¬≠po¬≠ses only, and not used as a basis for decis¬≠i¬≠on making over actu¬≠al test¬≠ing. The Bare Metal Ser¬≠ver Green¬≠house Gas Emis¬≠si¬≠ons TCO (total cost of owner¬≠ship) Esti¬≠ma¬≠tor Tool com¬≠pa¬≠res the sel¬≠ec¬≠ted AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ and Intel¬ģ Xeon¬ģ CPU based ser¬≠ver solu¬≠ti¬≠ons requi¬≠red to deli¬≠ver a TOTAL_PERFORMANCE of 10000 units of inte¬≠ger per¬≠for¬≠mance based on the published scores for Intel Xeon and AMD EPYC CPU based ser¬≠vers. This esti¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠on reflects a 3‚ÄĎyear time frame. This ana¬≠ly¬≠sis com¬≠pa¬≠res a 2P AMD 96 core EPYC 9654 CPU powered ser¬≠ver with a SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_base a score of 1790, https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2022q4/cpu2017-20221024‚Äď32607.pdf; com¬≠pared to a 2P Intel Xeon 40 core Platinum_8380 based ser¬≠ver with a SPECrate¬ģ2017_int_base score of 602, https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2021q2/cpu2017-20210521‚Äď26364.pdf.
viii SP5-049B: VMmark¬ģ 3.1.1 matched pair com¬≠pa¬≠ri¬≠son based on published results as of 11/10/2022. Con¬≠fi¬≠gu¬≠ra¬≠ti¬≠ons: 2‚ÄĎnode, 2P 96-core EPYC 9654 powered ser¬≠ver run¬≠ning VMware ESXi 8 RTM (40.19 @ 44 tiles/836 VMs, https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2022‚Äď10-18-HPE-ProLiant-DL385Gen11.pdf) ver¬≠sus 2‚ÄĎnode, 2P 40-core Xeon Pla¬≠ti¬≠num 8380 run¬≠ning VMware ESXi v7 U2 (14.19 @ 14 tiles/266 VMs, https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2021‚Äď04-20-Fujitsu-PRIMERGY-RX2540M6.pdf) for 2.8x the score and 3.1x the tile (VM) capa¬≠ci¬≠ty. 2‚ÄĎnode, 2P EPYC 7763-powered ser¬≠ver (23.33 @ 24 tiles/456 VMs, https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2022‚Äď02-08-Fujitsu-RX2450M1.pdf) shown at 1.6x the per¬≠for¬≠mance for refe¬≠rence. VMmark is a regis¬≠tered trade¬≠mark of VMware in the US or other countries.
ixSP5TCO-009K: As of 11/10/2022 based on AMD Inter¬≠nal ana¬≠ly¬≠sis using the AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ Bare Metal Ser¬≠ver & Green¬≠house Gas Emis¬≠si¬≠on TCO Esti¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠on Tool ‚ÄĒ ver¬≠si¬≠on 6.35 esti¬≠mat¬≠ing the cost and quan¬≠ti¬≠ty of 2P AMD EPYC‚ĄĘ 9654 powered ser¬≠vers ver¬≠sus 2P Intel¬ģ Xeon¬ģ 8380 based ser¬≠ver solu¬≠ti¬≠ons requi¬≠red to deli¬≠ver 8500 units of inte¬≠ger per¬≠for¬≠mance. Envi¬≠ron¬≠men¬≠tal impact esti¬≠ma¬≠tes made lever¬≠aging this data, using the Coun¬≠try / Regi¬≠on spe¬≠ci¬≠fic elec¬≠tri¬≠ci¬≠ty fac¬≠tors from the ‚Äė2020 Grid Elec¬≠tri¬≠ci¬≠ty Emis¬≠si¬≠ons Fac¬≠tors v1.4 ‚Äď Sep¬≠tem¬≠ber 2020‚Äô, and the United Sta¬≠tes Envi¬≠ron¬≠men¬≠tal Pro¬≠tec¬≠tion Agen¬≠cy ‚ÄėGreen¬≠house Gas Equi¬≠va¬≠len¬≠ci¬≠es Cal¬≠cu¬≠la¬≠tor‚Äô. This sce¬≠na¬≠rio con¬≠ta¬≠ins many assump¬≠ti¬≠ons and esti¬≠ma¬≠tes and, while based on AMD inter¬≠nal rese¬≠arch and best appro¬≠xi¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠ons, should be con¬≠side¬≠red an exam¬≠p¬≠le for infor¬≠ma¬≠ti¬≠on pur¬≠po¬≠ses only, and not used as a basis for decis¬≠i¬≠on making over actu¬≠al test¬≠ing. The ana¬≠ly¬≠sis includes both hard¬≠ware and vir¬≠tua¬≠liza¬≠ti¬≠on soft¬≠ware components.
For addi¬≠tio¬≠nal details, see https://www.amd.com/en/claims/epyc4#-SP5TCO-009K.
x EPYC-022B: For a com¬≠ple¬≠te list of world records see http://amd.com/worldrecords.
xi EPYC-018: Max boost for AMD EPYC pro¬≠ces¬≠sors is the maxi¬≠mum fre¬≠quen¬≠cy achie¬≠va¬≠ble by any sin¬≠gle core on the pro¬≠ces¬≠sor under nor¬≠mal ope¬≠ra¬≠ting con¬≠di¬≠ti¬≠ons for ser¬≠ver systems.