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.