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AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores

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2019/06/19 22:30:33 (permalink)
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-epyc-rome-7nm-cpu-specs-leaked,39681.html
 
A recent Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) listing has seemingly revealed AMD's entire next-generation EPYC, codenamed Rome, processor lineup with core counts and TDP (thermal design power). The enterprise-level chips are slated to hit the market before the end of 2019. The current listing has the EPYC Rome family at 19 members, but AMD could add more as necessary.
 
 

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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/19 22:51:16 (permalink)
     
    They have quite high TDP levels... sure for 64 cores, but even the 8 core models are 120-155W.
     

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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/20 01:24:51 (permalink)
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    They have quite high TDP levels... sure for 64 cores, but even the 8 core models are 120-155W.
     




    Unless of course those 8 cores come with a very high clock, 5GHz+.

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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/20 09:06:37 (permalink)
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    They have quite high TDP levels... sure for 64 cores, but even the 8 core models are 120-155W.

    Unless of course those 8 cores come with a very high clock, 5GHz+.

    As a base clock?    ..i9-9900k has 8 cores, 5GHz boost, 95 TDP.  Different architecture though etc. etc.
     

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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/20 11:00:19 (permalink)
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    They have quite high TDP levels... sure for 64 cores, but even the 8 core models are 120-155W.

    Unless of course those 8 cores come with a very high clock, 5GHz+.

    As a base clock?    ..i9-9900k has 8 cores, 5GHz boost, 95 TDP.  Different architecture though etc. etc.
     


    We are talking about AMD here right? 

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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/20 12:16:25 (permalink)
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    They have quite high TDP levels... sure for 64 cores, but even the 8 core models are 120-155W.
     




    Unless of course those 8 cores come with a very high clock, 5GHz+.


     
    Perhaps the extra power requirement is more because of the bigger IO die? I don't know how much of an effect the 14nm on Epyc vs 12nm on Matisse will make in practice. Probably more significant are all the extra PCIe lanes and memory channels. I'd be highly surprised if the clock speed on Epyc is remotely close to 5 Ghz even on boost. Time will tell, I suppose
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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/20 13:03:43 (permalink)
    I didn't realize this is the server side and not the HEDT.  My bad.  I'll put this one in the dumpster fire pile.

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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/20 22:16:46 (permalink)
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    Nereus
     
    They have quite high TDP levels... sure for 64 cores, but even the 8 core models are 120-155W.
     




    Unless of course those 8 cores come with a very high clock, 5GHz+.


     
    Perhaps the extra power requirement is more because of the bigger IO die? I don't know how much of an effect the 14nm on Epyc vs 12nm on Matisse will make in practice. Probably more significant are all the extra PCIe lanes and memory channels. I'd be highly surprised if the clock speed on Epyc is remotely close to 5 Ghz even on boost. Time will tell, I suppose


     
    Clockspeeds
    EPYC ROME 8-CORE 7252P 3.2GHZ/SKT SP3 32MB CACHE 120W - P/N: 100-000000081 (1 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 8-CORE 7252 3.2GHZ/SKT SP3 64MB CACHE 120W - P/N: 100-000000080 (2 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 8-CORE 7262 3.4GHZ/SKT SP3 64MB CACHE 155W - P/N: 100-000000041 (2 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 12-CORE 7272 3.2GHZ/SKT SP3 64MB CACHE 120W - P/N: 100-000000079 (2 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 16-CORE 7282 3.2GHZ/SKT SP3 64MB CACHE 120W - P/N: 100-000000078 (2 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 16-CORE 7302 3.3GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 155W - P/N: 100-000000043 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 16-CORE 7302P 3.3GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 155W - P/N: 100-000000049 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 24-CORE 7352 3.2GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 155W - P/N: 100-000000077 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 24-CORE 7402 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 180W - P/N: 100-000000046 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 24-CORE 7402P 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 180W - P/N: 100-000000048 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 32-CORE 7452 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 155W - P/N: 100-000000057 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 32-CORE 7502P 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 180W - P/N: 100-000000045 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 32-CORE 7502 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 180W - P/N: 100-000000054 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 32-CORE 7542 3.4GHZ/SKT SP3 128MB CACHE 225W - P/N: 100-000000075 (4 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 48-CORE 7552 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 192MB CACHE 200W - P/N: 100-000000076 (6 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 48-CORE 7642 3.4GHZ/SKT SP3 192MB CACHE 225W - P/N: 100-000000074 (6 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 64-CORE 7702 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 256MB CACHE 200W - P/N: 100-000000038 (8 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 64-CORE 7702P 3.35GHZ/SKT SP3 256MB CACHE 200W - P/N: 100-000000047 (8 chiplet)
    EPYC ROME 64-CORE 7742 3.4GHZ/SKT SP3 256MB CACHE 225W - P/N: 100-000000053 (8 chiplet)
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    Re: AMD EPYC Rome Specs Leak: From 8 Cores Up to 64 Cores 2019/06/22 18:18:27 (permalink)
       
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