AMD, new information on EPYC CPUs with Zen 4

AMD, new information on EPYC CPUs with Zen 4


VideoCardz colleagues have published a roadmap relating to future AMD Embedded products, thanks to which it has been possible to learn about some interesting details concerning the upcoming EPYC CPUs based on the Zen 4 architecture.

Credit: VideoCardz Unfortunately, the roadmap is certainly not recent, as it indicates the EPYC 3 7003, based on Zen 3, only as a “concept”. However, we can see that the EPYC 3004 series, at least at the time of writing, is expected to offer up to 32 cores and 64 threads. The TDP should increase compared to the EPYC 3001 series (which, remember, was equipped with a Zen 1 core with a TDP ranging from 60 to 100 W), starting from 64 and reaching a maximum of 120W.

Moreover, the fact that EPYC 7003 will be equipped with a number of cores was certainly predictable, given that last February ExecutableFix had created a mockup (which we propose to accompany the news) of the processor based on the official AMD schemes, where it was possible clearly see the presence of more chiplets than in the past.

Credit: ExecutableFix Finally, here is a table, created by VideoCardz, which summarizes the technical characteristics of the various EPYC processors.

7001 "Naples" 7002 "Rome" 7003 "Milan" 7004 "Genoa" Launch 2017 2019 2021 2022 Architecture 14nm Zen 7nm Zen2 7nm Zen3 5nm Zen4 Socket SP3 (LGA4094) SP3 (LGA4094) SP3 (LGA4094) SP5 (LGA-6096) Modules / Chiplet 4x CCD 8x CCD + 1x I / 0 8x CCD + 1x I / O 12x CCD + 1x I / O Cor and max 32C / 64T 64C / 128T 64C / 128T 96C / 192T Max frequency 3.8 GHz 3.9 GHz 4.1 GHz TBC Memory Support 8ch DDR4-2666 ECC 8ch DDR4-3200 ECC 8ch DDR4-3200 EEC 12ch DDR5-5200 ECC PCIe Lines 128x Gen3 128x Gen4 128x Gen4 128x Gen5 Maximum TDP 200W 280W 280W 320W Obviously, for the moment, waiting for an official presentation by AMD, this information should be taken as mere rumors.

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