As AMD makes strides in snatching market share with its high-performance x86 processor designs in the server market, it has announced some of its upcoming 4th generations EPYC families expected sometime in 2023. Focusing on its technical computing and database-focused family codenamed Genoa-X, it is the direct successor to AMD's Milan-X EPYC line-up which launches, later on, this year in Q4. Essentially the V-Cache enabled version of AMD's Genoa EPYC CPUs, Genoa-X will include up to 96 Zen 4 cores and 1GB (or more) of L3 cache per socket. We know that Genoa-X will be using the latest SP5 socket (LGA6096), and will feature twelve memory channels, just like the regular Genoa platform which is set to debut in Q4 2022. This means that the...
AMD Updated EPYC Roadmap: 5th Gen EPYC "Turin" Announced, Coming by End of 2024
As part of AMD's Financial Analysts Day 2022, AMD has provided updates to its Server CPU roadmap going into 2024. The biggest announcement is that AMD is already planning...22 by Gavin Bonshor on 6/9/2022