Credit: Tom’s Hardware Several benchmarks of AMD’s 64-core, 128-thread EPYC Rome processors have popped up in an online database, indicating that the early chips run at a 1.4 GHz base clock and boost to 2.4 GHz. Earlier this year, AMD CEO Lisa Su announced that the 64 core 128 thread EPYC Rome processors would come to market in mid-2019, perhaps setting the stage for a massive upset victory against Intel as AMD marches forward to the 7nm manufacturing process while its competitor remains mired on 14nm. As with any chip in development, early samples are sent to manufacturers for their own interoperability and qualification testing, so we expect some test results to leak out to publicly available testing databases. Several submissions to the SiSoftware Official Live Ranker database have come to light for the EPYC Rome processors over the last few months, most bearing the “Z” descriptor at the beginning of the ZS1406E2VJUG5_22/14_N product identifier. This denotes these are qualification samples, meaning the chip is very close to a final design that will come to market.Credit: SiSoftware The test system is listed as a dual-socket Dell PowerEdge R7515 server. Deconstructing the processors’ product name reveals the Rome processor’s base clock and boost, core… Read full this story
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