AMD Zen 4 EPYC server processor picture tour

AMD released the Genoa series EPYC Dragon Zen 4 processors in the early hours of this morning, with a maximum of 96 cores. The consultant/analyst in the chip field Dr. πΌπ‘Žπ‘› πΆπ‘’π‘‘π‘Ÿπ‘’π‘ π‘  has taken the lead in getting this product and has posted a physical picture.

The fourth-generation AMD EPYC processors include 14 models ranging from 16-core to 96-core, all using Zen4 architecture, and also support DDR5 memory and PCIe Gen 5 storage, support CXL1.1+ memory expansion, in the safe The performance has been greatly enhanced, such as the expansion of AMD Infinity Guard, and the number of encryption keys has been increased by a factor of 2.

AMD says that with 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors, businesses can:

  • Performance and efficiency support: With up to 96 cores in a single processor, the new AMD EPYC processors help customers further meet their computing needs by deploying fewer, more powerful servers. This enables them to achieve greater flexibility in the data center to support corporate sustainability goals and drive real-world dividends.

  • Data security protection: Through the "Security by Design" system, AMD can further provide enhanced security features in x86 CPUs. The 4th Gen AMD EPYC processor family is enhanced with AMD Infinity Guard, an advanced feature set that provides both physical and virtual layer protection. The 4th Gen AMD EPYC processor has 2x the number of encryption keys compared to its predecessor, helping customers keep data safe whether it's stored on-premises, in the cloud, or residing in memory.

  • Adopt the latest industry features and architectures: These processors will further provide customers with a comprehensive feature set, simply picking the number of cores and frequencies that suit their workload needs. 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors introduce DDR5 memory and 5th Gen PCIe support critical to AI and ML applications. Additionally, 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors support CXL1.1+ for memory scalability to help customers achieve greater in-memory workload capacity needs.
4th Generation AMD EPYC Processor Product List

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