AMD EPYC 2nd Gen is more powerful than Intel core i9

AMD EPYC 2nd Generation sets the world records and enhances its power 2X times as compared to the previous model. 


This year AMD stock hit a new hights after releasing it’s AMD EPYC 2nd Generation. This system provides 2X more powerful performance than his previous model. AMD EPYC 2nd Generation processor features up to 64 “Zen 2” cores in leading-edge 7nm processor technology to deliver very high performance.

AMD EPYC 2 Gen is more powerful than intel core i9

The new intel core i9 10000 X with the 10-core processor is competing with AMD EPYC 2. But unfortunately AMD EPYC 2 gen is more powerful than intel new core i9. AMD is used by many people because of its less cost this time also AMD EPYC 2 gen is less expensive than intel core i9.

The CPU designs like the previously released Ryzen 300-series, but this time many extra things are added in it. This CPU is specifically designed for modern datacenter workloads, which provides customers an ideal combination of features to helo unlock performance. The 2nd Gen AMD EPYC provides up to 83% better java application performance.

According to AMD new, this CPU provides world record performance on real-time analytics with Hadoop. This processor is also ideal for cloud and virtualization workload, this processor also gives world record virtualization performance.

High performance

With featuring up to 64 zen 2 core per SOC, AMD EPYC 2nd Gen offer 23% more instruction per clock(IPC) per core on server workload and this time increases L3 cache 4X time as compare to previous Gen.

Best Architecture

AMD EPYC 2nd Gen is come up with outclass architecture which increases boundaries up to x86 performance. This AMD Architecture gives users access to the most I/O and memory bandwidth includes PCIe generation 4. The architecture of AMD EPYC 2nd Generation is more powerful than Intel core i9.

This time memory controller and I/O have been put into the shared module that hooks up to the 8 others module. This reduces its data transferring time between memory and I/O controllers which in results maximize its speed.

High-security features

This processor uses advanced security features like secure memory virtualization and Encryption that users to secure their data more in more advance manner.

Pricing Details

Model 7742: It includes 64 cores, 128 threads, 2.25GHz freq, 256MB L3 cache and costs about $6,950.

Model 7702: This includes 64 cores, 128 threads, 2.00 bases frequency, the L3 cache size is 256MB and cost $6,450.

Model 7642: Have 48 cores, 96 Threads, 2.30GHz base freq, 256MB of L3 cache size, and cost about $4,775.

Model 7542: Have 32 cores, threads 64, 2.90GHz freq, 128MB of L3 cache size, 250w TDP and cost $3,400.

Model 7502DP: This includes 32 cores, 2.50GHz freq, 64 threads, L3 cache 128MB and cost $2,300. This model has 180w TDP.

Model 7352: This model includes 24 cores, 48 threads, 2.30GHz frequency, 155w TDP, 128MB L3 cache size and costs $1350.

Model 7282: Have 16 cores, 32 threads, 3.20GHz freq, 120w TDP, 64MB L3 cache size and cost $650.

Model 7232P: Includes 8 cores, 16 threads, 3.20GHz freq, 120w TDP, 32MB L3 cache and costs $450.




Written by Nauman

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