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[GIGABYTE] Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) EPYC Rome based

Dual AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processor (Rome) 2P
https://www.gigabyte.com/Hyper-Conve.../AMD-EPYC-7002

The world’s first mainstream PCIe Gen 4.0 data center CPU with a bandwidth of up to 64GB/s, twice of PCIe Gen 3.0

Up to 64-core, 128 threads per processor
TDP up to 200W

DDR4
  • 64 x DIMM slots
  • 8-Channel memory per processor architecture
  • RDIMM modules up to 64GB supported
  • LRDIMM modules up to 128GB supported
  • Memory speed: Up to 3200 MHz
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waiting for independent benchmarks but my answer would a strong possible maybe. 128-core Zen2 vs NASA




NASA comes close to running Crysis at maximum settings
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Pentium 90 @ 120 Mhz
IBM 6x86L P166+ [email protected] 160 MHz
Celeron 300a @ 454 MHz
Pentium 3 700 @ 933 MHz
Athlon XP 1400+ @ 1600 MHz
Athlon XP 1800+ @ 2088 MHz
Athlon XP 2500+ @ 2200 MHz
Athlon 64 3000+ @ 2603 MHz
Athlon X2 BE2300 @ 1900 MHz
Athlon X2 4200+ @ 2210 MHz
Athlon X2 5000+ @ 2600 MHz
Core 2 Duo E4300 @ 3000 MHz
Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 3600 MHz
Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 4000 MHz
Xeon C2Q L5408 @ 3200 MHz
Xeon C2Q X5450 @ 3300 MHz
Xeon C2Q E5440 @ 3400 MHz
Xeon C2Q E5450 @ 3600 MHz
Phenom2 X4 B50 @ 3700 MHz
Phenom2 X6 1045T @ 4050 MHz
Core i5-2500K Sandy @ 4500 MHz
X5650 6-Core Westmere @ 3982 MHz
AMD FX 8320E Black Edition

FX-8320E @4.5GHz, X5650 @ 4.0GHz, X6 1045T @4.0GHz, i7 [email protected]
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Crysis with D9VK /DXVK? It's designed to hammer a single core so short of forcing it to multithread I don't see how a 64 core CPU would help.

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64 cores won't help but 128 cores might [Cores: up to 128 cores/256 threads on dual-socket systems]
https://www.amd.com/en/processors/epyc-7002-series


"Over half a GB of cache in a dual socket AMD EPYC 7002"



64-core AMD Epyc 7742 (Rome) CPU Benchmarks leak
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Celeron 300a @ 454 MHz
Pentium 3 700 @ 933 MHz
Athlon XP 1400+ @ 1600 MHz
Athlon XP 1800+ @ 2088 MHz
Athlon XP 2500+ @ 2200 MHz
Athlon 64 3000+ @ 2603 MHz
Athlon X2 BE2300 @ 1900 MHz
Athlon X2 4200+ @ 2210 MHz
Athlon X2 5000+ @ 2600 MHz
Core 2 Duo E4300 @ 3000 MHz
Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 3600 MHz
Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 4000 MHz
Xeon C2Q L5408 @ 3200 MHz
Xeon C2Q X5450 @ 3300 MHz
Xeon C2Q E5440 @ 3400 MHz
Xeon C2Q E5450 @ 3600 MHz
Phenom2 X4 B50 @ 3700 MHz
Phenom2 X6 1045T @ 4050 MHz
Core i5-2500K Sandy @ 4500 MHz
X5650 6-Core Westmere @ 3982 MHz
AMD FX 8320E Black Edition

FX-8320E @4.5GHz, X5650 @ 4.0GHz, X6 1045T @4.0GHz, i7 [email protected]
Thinkpad T420p with i7-2720QM overclocked because this is OCN

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AMD EPYC 7002, even in a single-socket configuration, can handle 24x NVMe SSDs with 96x PCIe Gen3 lanes at full speed (theoretically even only using x48 PCIe Gen4 lanes with appropriate PCIe switches.) It still can place one or two PCIe Gen3 NICs in a Gen3-only system which is only a 3:1 oversubscription, half of Intel’s
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This is the important part to remember: performance per watt. Intel absolutely hammered AMD on this in previous generations of server and client products. Now, the tables have turned, especially at the high-end. AVX-512 is a particular feature that absolutely pushes Intel Xeon power consumption. It seems AMD’s decision to omit AVX-512 in this generation means that it is more power-efficient. In every dual-socket test, we are seeing the AMD EPYC 7742 out-perform the dual Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 configuration sometimes by ~2x, and yet the maximum power is lower.


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Frankly, this completely breaks corporate IT purchasing cycles. Consolidating 6-8 sockets into 1 has an immense VMware licensing impact. Further, we are using about one-quarter of the power even with some of the efficiencies we gained by going 2U 4-node.


The TDP of the AMD EPYC 7702P is higher than the Intel Xeon E5-2630 V4’s, but when you are replacing 6-8 sockets to 1 socket, the power savings are absolutely immense. We have not seen 6:1 consolidation ratios in under 2.5 years of technology advancement happen in the industry.

This bit is important:
"Customers need to adopt AMD EPYC. To our readers, it is important when you get a quote to at minimum quote an AMD EPYC alternative on every order. More important, follow through and buy ones where Intel is not competitive. If AMD EPYC 7002, with a massive core count, memory bandwidth, PCIe generation and lane count, power consumption, and pricing advantage cannot take significant share, we are basically done. If AMD does not gain enormous share with this much of a lead, and easy compatibility, Intel officially has a monopoly on the market and companies like Ampere and Marvell should shut down their Arm projects. If AMD does not gain significant share, there is no merit to having a wholistically better product than Intel."

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Sixty-four cores. Each core with an improved Zen 2 core, offering ~15% better IPC performance than Naples (as tested in our consumer CPU review), and doubled AVX2/FP performance. The chip has a total of 256 MB of L3 cache, and 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes. AMD's second generation EPYC, in this case the EPYC 7742, is a behemoth.
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I have been covering server CPUs since the launch of the Opteron in 2003, but this is nothing like I have seen before: a competitive core and twice as much of them on a chip than what the competition (Intel, Cavium, even IBM) can offer. To quote AMD's SVP of its Enterprise division, Forrest Norrod:

"We designed this part to compete with Ice Lake, expecting to make some headway on single threaded performance. We did not expect to be facing re-warmed Skylake instead. This is going to be one of the highlights of our careers"
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For those with little time: at the high end with socketed x86 CPUs, AMD offers you up to 50 to 100% higher performance while offering at a 40% lower price. Unless you go for the low end server CPUs, there is no contest: AMD offers much better performance for a much lower price than Intel, with more memory channels and over 2x the number of PCIe lanes. These are also PCIe 4.0 lanes. What if you want to more than 2 TB of RAM in your dual socket server? The discount in favor of AMD just became 50%.

We can only applaud this with enthusiasm as it empowers all the professionals who do not enjoy the same negotating power as the Amazons, Azure and other large scale players of this world. Spend about $4k and you get 64 second generation EPYC cores. The 1P offerings offer even better deals to those with a tight budget.
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So has AMD done the unthinkable? Beaten Intel by such a large margin that there is no contest? For now, based on our preliminary testing, that is the case. The launch of AMD's second generation EPYC processors is nothing short of historic, beating the competition by a large margin in almost every metric: performance, performance per watt and performance per dollar.

Analysts in the industry have stated that AMD expects to double their share in the server market by Q2 2020, and there is every reason to believe that AMD will succeed. The AMD EPYC is an extremely attractive server platform with an unbeatable performance per dollar ratio.

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