A team has managed to set new world records by taking AMD’s 4th generation server processors for a quick trip outside during a sunny winter day in Cincinnati. Many PC users are acutely aware of how their rigs can double as space heaters during winter and some will even take advantage of the seasonal cold temperatures by opening a window to cool them so the folks over at StorageReviews decided to take things a step further with two air-cooled AMD EPYC Genoa 9654 processors.
AMD has announced its 4th Gen EPYC processors, confirming the specifications for 18 new models that promise what the company has described as unmatched performance for professional workloads thanks to improvements enabled by the new Zen 4 architecture.
The partnership between AMD and the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Racing Team has resulted in the latter winning its eighth Constructors’ Championship in the 2021 racing season. AMD EPYC processors increased the amount of daily computational fluid dynamic (CFD) workloads for the team by 20%, aiding in quicker vehicle design while complying with FIA (Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) regulations.
AMD has announced its 3rd Gen EPYC processors with 3D V-Cache Technology. Built on the "Zen 3" core architecture, these data center CPUs are notable for featuring 768 MB of L3 cache and what AMD claims is a performance uplift of up to 66 percent versus its older, non-stacked 3rd Gen EPYC processors. The flagship SKU, the 7773X, is a 64-core chip that costs $8,800. They are available beginning today from OEM partners.
AMD today uploaded its Accelerated Data Center Premiere Keynote with Dr. Lisa Su and other company executives, who had a handful of exciting announcements to make regarding the company's latest products and upcoming technologies.