Epyc 7371 Announced

Nobu

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Via AnandTech (though I first heard through newswire)

The AMD EPYC 7371 processor features 16 cores with SMT (spread across four eight-core Zen dies), 64 MB of L3 cache, an eight-channel DDR4 memory subsystem, and 128 PCIe lanes. The CPU features a 3.1 GHz default frequency, yet can run all cores at 3.6 GHz, or just eight cores at 3.8 GHz.
 

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For the people looking for high clocking workstations with high bandwidth, guaranteed ECC support etc - this is the answer they have waited for I think.
Funny how much they sandbagged EPYC 7351 though, lol.
 

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https://fudzilla.com/news/pc-hardware/47594-amd-announces-new-16-core-epyc-7371-cpu

Packing 16 cores with enabled SMT for 32-threads, the EPYC 7371 SKU comes with massive 64MB L3 cache, same eight-channel DDR4 support, and 128 PCIe lanes, just like the rest of the EPYC 73xx and some 72xx SKUs, but also comes with frequency clock of 3.1GHz base, 3.6GHz Turbo on all cores and 3.8GHz maximum Turbo, making it suitable for single-threaded workloads.

Maybe some people have L3 fetish can go wild :)
 

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Guessing it'll probably cost close to the same as their 32c epyc cpus...maybe a bit less. The amount of memory and bandwidth this thing has, combined with the high clocks, is Epyc–if not for the latency, it'd probably slaughter most of intel's current chips. Can't wait for Zen2...
 
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