AMD's new generation of EPYC processors on the machine

AMD released the Genoa series EPYC Dragon Zen 4 processor early this morning. Currently, Ian Cutress has got the product and is evaluating it. Before the full review was released, Ian Cutress posted a task manager page for the new processor.

As shown in the figure above, the system is equipped with a dual-socket 96-core EPYC 9654 processor, with a total of 192 cores and 384 threads, a main frequency of 2.4GHz, an L3 cache of 768MB, and a system memory of 1.5TB. 

The EPYC 9654 processor is the top model of the EPYC 9004 series, with 96 cores and 192 threads, the main frequency is 2.4GHz, the acceleration frequency can reach 3.7GHz, the L3 cache is 384MB, and the default TDP is 360W. It supports single-socket and Two-way use. Memory supports 12-channel DDR5-4800.

Ian Cutress also posted the Ginebench R23 running score of the system, with a multi-core score of 94,000.

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