AMD's Next-Generation EPYC Venice Processor to Use New SP7 Platform

AMD's next-generation EPYC processor, code-named "Venice", is expected to use the new SP7 platform and be based on the Zen6 core. This information comes from @元城安素-YuuKi_AnS, who has obtained AMD's latest data center roadmap.

The SP7 platform is expected to support up to 16 memory channels, support DDR5 and new types of memory, and provide sufficient memory bandwidth for even the most demanding workloads. The platform is also expected to have significant power supply enhancements, allowing the Venice processor to have more cores and higher performance.

The Venice processor is expected to be released in 2025, and it is expected to compete with Intel's next-generation Xeon Scalable processors.

Here is a table of the different generations of EPYC processors, including their code names, release dates, platforms, core counts, and memory support:

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