AMD EPYC™ Server Processors

AMD EPYC 7002 Series

New Leader. New Rules. Raise expectations for your data center.

2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ are a new breed of server processors which sets a higher standard for datacenters. Groundbreaking design makes AMD EPYC™ #1 in performance across industry standard benchmarks1. Performance you can count on to propel your modern datacenter workloads. ’Hardened at the Core’ protection helps defend against side-channel attacks and EPYC’s secure encrypted virtualization features help keep your data safe. The processor’s agility helps you manage new deployments and changing workloads, with the system resources you need, simply and cost-effectively. AMD is the server processor company can count on for innovation and leadership today and into the future.

Performance Leadership

Virtually everything runs better on AMD EPYC™ 7002 Series powered servers. Whether you run enterprise applications, virtualized and cloud computing environments, software-defined infrastructure, high-performance computing, or data analytic applications. EPYC™ processor-based systems are #1 on industry benchmarks, including those measuring integer, floating-point, virtualization, database, and HPC performance1. AMD EPYC™ 7742 processor has set new world records that establish AMD as THE performance leader.

Make the most of your enterprise software investment

A balanced and optimized IT infrastructure, workload acceleration, and data protection is a must for enterprises to be competitive. AMD has been on the forefront of solving these challenges by delivering leadership innovations. The new AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 Series Processors provide businesses advanced security features and ground-breaking performance with Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI), Database (DB) and Enterprise High Performance Computing (HPC) applications – enabling faster business insights and time to volume while helping optimize TCO.

Data Sheets

5 Reasons Why EPYC Matters
AMD EPYC 7002 Series Product Datasheet
EPYC 7002 Series Quick Reference Guide

EPYC™ 7000 Series

Flexibility. Performance. Security. Born in the cloud, the AMD EPYC system on chip delivers 33 percent more memory bandwidth1, 2, 6x the I/O2 and 160 percent more memory capacity than the competitor3 to power data center applications. Whether you deploy bare metal, virtualized, or in the cloud, AMD EPYC processors power a fast, responsive, and a more secure IT4.

Data Sheets

AMD EPYC 7000 Series Datasheet
AMD EPYC Software Defined Storage Selling Guide
EPYC Processor Selector Tool

Video

Testimonials

AMD & Supermicro

AMD EPYC™ 7601 processor supports up to 8 channels of DDR4-2667, versus the Xeon Platinum 8180 processor at 6 channels of DDR4-2667. NAP-42

AMD EPYC™ processor supports up to 128 PCIe® Gen 3 I/O lanes (in both 1 and 2-socket configuration), versus the Intel® Xeon® SP Series processor supporting a maximum of 48 lanes PCIe® Gen 3 per CPU, plus 20 lanes in the chipset (max of 68 lanes on 1 socket and 116 lanes on 2 socket). NAP-56

AMD EPYC with 16 DIMM slots supports up to 2TB of memory standard. Intel Xeon Scalable with 12 DIMM slots only supports 768 GB or memory standard.

All EMD EPYC processors all include unique security features, like SEV (Secure Encrypted Virtualization) and SME (Secure Memory Encryption, that are not available on Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

AMD EPYC™ processors have delivered World Record scores with 2P x86 servers on SPEC CPU® 2017_rate_int_peak and base of 749 and 682, and VMmark® 3.1 SAN for 2 host/2 socket (12.28 @14 tiles) and vSAN for 4 host/4 socket (12.23 @13 tiles).EPYC SPEC CPU® Peak score can be found at https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16242.pdf as of August 7, 2019.

The next highest peak score can be found at http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190624-15369.pdf as of July 28, 2019.

EPYC SPEC CPU® Base score can be found at https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16242.pdf as of August 7, 2019.

The next highest base score can be found at http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190624-15369.pdf as of July 28, 2019.

EPYC VMmark® SAN for 2 host/2 socket score can be found at https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2019-08-07-HPE-ProLiant-DL385Gen10.pdf. The next highest score can be found at https://www.vmware.com/products/vmmark/results3x.html

EPYC VMmark vSAN® for 4 host/4 socket score can be found at https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2019-08-07-HPE-ProLiant-DL325Gen10.pdf. The next highest score can be found at https://www.vmware.com/products/vmmark/results3x.html ROM-127.

1P AMD EPYC 7742 using NVIDIA Tesla V100-PCIE-16GB scored 11.6 SPECaccel_ocl_base on SPEC ACCEL OpenCL benchmark, as published at https://www.spec.org/accel/results/res2019q3/accel-20190716-00128.html which is higher than all other publications on the SPEC® website as of 8/1/2019. ROM-151

A 2P EPYC™ 7702 powered server has a score of 2,280.00 on TPCx-V, http://www.tpc.org/5302, as of Aug 7, 2019. System available Aug 7, 2019. This is the only 2P TPCx-V score. The highest previous score was a 1P AMD EPYC 7551P, http://www.tpc.org/tpcx-v/results/tpcx-v_result_detail-5301.asp. ROM-123

Cloud and Virtualization Performance is measured with VMmark® 3.1:

AMD EPYC™ 7702 scored 12.88 @ 14 Tiles on August 7, 2019 (https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2019-08-07-HPE-ProLiant-DL385Gen10.pdf)

Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 scored 9.02 @ 9 Tiles on July 28, 2019 (https://www.vmware.com/products/vmmark/results3x.html)

Integer Performance is measured with SPECrate®2017_int_rate_base:

AMD EPYC™ 7742 scored 682 on August 07,2019 (https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q3/cpu2017-20190722-16242.html)

Intel Xeon Platinum 8280L scored 364 on July 28th, 2019 (http://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2019q2/cpu2017-20190429-12779.html)

Floating-Point Performance is measured with SPECrate®2017_fp_rate_base

 

AMD Ryzen™ Desktop Processors

AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper Desktop Processors

The Ultimate Desktop Platform

2nd Gen Ryzen™ Threadripper™ processors will work on future-proof X399 motherboards with a simple BIOS update. This powerful, scalable platform offers unmatched I/O and expansion for serious multi-GPU and NVMe arrays.

Data Sheets

AMD Ryzen Threadripper Quick Reference Guide

Why Buy 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper for Workstations

Videos

2nd Generation AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ Processors – Leadership Performance Highlights

AMD Ryzen™ 7 Desktop Processors

Experience elite performance in games, content creation, and intensive multi-tasking. A beautifully balanced design for serious PC enthusiasts. Now including new, advanced 2nd Generation Ryzen™ processors.

  • 8 cores
  • 16 processing threads
  • 20 MB cache

 

AMD Ryzen™ 5 Desktop Processors

Uncompromising features and smooth performance are finally the standard for every gamer and artist. Now including models with advanced Radeon™ Vega graphics built-in, and new 2nd Generation Ryzen™ processors.

  • From 4 to 6 cores
  • Up to 12 processing threads
  • Up to 19MB cache

 

AMD Ryzen™ 3 Desktop Processors

Cutting-edge, true quad-core architecture provides the responsiveness and performance you’d expect from a much pricier PC. Now including models with advanced Radeon™ Vega graphics built-in.

  • 4 cores
  • Up to 10MB Cache

Data Sheets

AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen: Good, Better, Best Solutions

AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen Quick Reference Guide

Video

AMD Ryzen – Bringing Imagination to Life

 

AMD EPYC™ Server Processors and Platforms

AMD EPYC™ Server Processors

Flexibility. Performance. Security. Born in the cloud, the AMD EPYC system on chip delivers 33 percent more memory bandwidth1, 2, 6x the I/O2 and 160 percent more memory capacity than the competitor3 to power data center applications. Whether you deploy bare metal, virtualized, or in the cloud, AMD EPYC processors power a fast, responsive, and a more secure IT4.

Data Sheets

AMD EPYC 7000 Series Datasheet

AMD EPYC Software Defined Storage Selling Guide

EPYC Processor Selector Tool

Videos

This is EPYC

AMD EPYC™ Delivers Outstanding Value for Virtualized IT Environments

Testimonials

AMD & Supermicro

AMD & NEC

AMD & VMWARE

 

Footnotes:
  1. AMD EPYC™ 7601 processor supports up to 8 channels of DDR4-2667, versus the Xeon Platinum 8180 processor at 6 channels of DDR4-2667. NAP-42
  2. AMD EPYC™ processor supports up to 128 PCIe® Gen 3 I/O lanes (in both 1 and 2-socket configuration), versus the Intel® Xeon® SP Series processor supporting a maximum of 48 lanes PCIe® Gen 3 per CPU, plus 20 lanes in the chipset (max of 68 lanes on 1 socket and 116 lanes on 2 socket). NAP-56
  3. AMD EPYC with 16 DIMM slots supports up to 2TB of memory standard. Intel Xeon Scalable with 12 DIMM slots only supports 768 GB or memory standard.
  4. All EMD EPYC processors all include unique security features, like SEV (Secure Encrypted Virtualization) and SME (Secure Memory Encryption, that are not available on Intel Xeon Scalable Processors