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[Tom's Hardware] AMD EPYC 7702P Soars to First Place In SiSoftware Ranking

Source: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/am...cpu,39885.html

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According to an unverified submission to the SiSoftware database, AMD's unreleased EPYC 7702P processor has taken the top spot in the company's Official Live Ranker, displacing Intel's Xeon processors from the leading spot. The EPYC 7702P is one of three second-generation 64-core, 128-thread EPYC processors set to hit the market this quarter.

Similar to the mainstream Ryzen 3000-series family, the new EPYC Rome chips are based on the Zen 2 microarchitecture and are served from TSMC's 7nm platter. As denoted by the "P" suffix, the EPYC 7702P caters to single-socket workstations. An Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) listing from last month revealed that AMD would probably offer the EPYC 7702 for dual-socket solutions as well.
Submission: https://ranker.sisoftware.co.uk/show...187f4c9f9&l=en

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Seems like if you want the best performance you buy AMD. If you want the best value you buy AMD. And if you want the best in security you buy AMD.

That doesn't leave a whole lot for the competitor to work with.


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Seems like if you want the best performance you buy AMD. If you want the best value you buy AMD. And if you want the best in security you buy AMD.

That doesn't leave a whole lot for the competitor to work with.
If you want the best space heater you buy Intel. If you need to get rid of that budget surplus you buy Intel. If you want to be part of the 95% you buy Intel.

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9900k is the best CPU this benchmark means nothing. I game at 4k 144fps with it. End of story.

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Quote: Originally Posted by dagget3450 View Post
9900k is the best CPU this benchmark means nothing. I game at 4k 144fps with it. End of story.
Seems like that's what many people on this forum believe. Same with GPUs, since their gaming performance isn't spectacular doesn't mean they aren't used for something else which drives cost up.

Curious what AMD is planning on pricing this beast. I'm expecting at least $7322

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Seems like if you want the best performance you buy AMD. If you want the best value you buy AMD. And if you want the best in security you buy AMD.

That doesn't leave a whole lot for the competitor to work with.
Only reason to buy Intel would be AVX-512 or Optane Memory.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Seems like that's what many people on this forum believe. Same with GPUs, since their gaming performance isn't spectacular doesn't mean they aren't used for something else which drives cost up.

Curious what AMD is planning on pricing this beast. I'm expecting at least $7322



Only reason to buy Intel would be AVX-512 or Optane Memory.
Fortunately, even the Optane thing is only a kinda-sorta. You can use Optane SSDs all day. The NVDIMMs of course are all Intel. I'm a happy Intel 900P boot drive user on a 1950X though. =)

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Fortunately, even the Optane thing is only a kinda-sorta. You can use Optane SSDs all day. The NVDIMMs of course are all Intel. I'm a happy Intel 900P boot drive user on a 1950X though. =)
I'm referring to Intel's Optane DC Persistent Memory modules since we are talking about server parts.

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Quote: Originally Posted by magnek View Post
If you want the best space heater you buy Intel. If you need to get rid of that budget surplus you buy Intel. If you want to be part of the 95% you buy Intel.

There.
not quite, the upper end of AMD is also a great space heater, they're also very expensive.
the only thing you'd be missing out of is the bandwagon.


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I'm referring to Intel's Optane DC Persistent Memory modules since we are talking about server parts.
i'm curious, has there been any straight comparisons between Intel's Optane DC Persistent Memory modules and Micron's NVDIMM modules?

https://www.anandtech.com/show/12029...vdimmn-modules

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Microns optane is vaporware atm. Last slide I read its nvdimms would work Bette unrestricted compared to Intel's nvdimms.

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