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AMD's 5 Biggest Server Announcements At 'Next Horizon' Event

AMD dropped major news on Tuesday about its next-generation CPUs and GPUs for the data center that could give the company a leg up over Intel.

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AMD Dishes On Core Count For EPYC Rome CPU

The company also shed new details on its next-generation EPYC CPU based on Zen 2 architecture, code-named Rome. The new EPYC CPU will pack up to 64 cores and 128 threads, with increased instructions per cycle and double the compute performance per socket. Rome is due out in 2019.

AMD said EPYC Rome will be the industry's first PCIe 4.0-capable x86 server processor and provide double the bandwidth per channel. In a demonstration, the company said a single-socket version of the Rome CPU outperformed a top-line Intel Xeon dual processor running the C-Ray benchmark. The CPU will be compatible with first-generation EPYC sockets, the company added.

 
 
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