AMD Epyc beat 64-core Ryzen Threadripper 3990X processor by 50 percent

With the introduction of Ryzen Threadripper, AMD has raised the level of the number of cores available to ordinary consumers. With the Ryzen Threadripper 1950X, AMD took the step up to 16 Intel 10 cores, something that was later followed by a Ryzen Threadripper 2990X with 32 full cores. As if that wasn’t enough, the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X was released with no fewer than 64 pins at the beginning of 2020.

The first-generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper wasn’t originally in the company’s plans, but it was an afterthought for a group of employees who saw the potential to move a server platform to consumers. Hence, processors are mainly based on AMD server processors in the Epyc family. Most recently, the Epyc 7003 was launched with Zen 3 architecture and now AMD is testing the performance with the top 64-core model, the Epyc 7763.

In the Youtube video on the official AMD channel, the Epyc 7763 was tested with the famous Cinbench R23 performance test, the processor easily sets a new world record of 113,631 points. What makes it particularly interesting is that the processor ran in its standard version with air cooling, while previous records with the Ryzen Threadripper 3990X required odd cooling in the form of liquid nitrogen (LN2).

Specifications: – AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro

IPC 7763

TR Pro 3995WX *

Ryzen TR 3990X

TR Pro 3975WX *

Ryzen TR 3970X

idiomatic

7 nm

7 nm

7 nm

7 nm

7 nm

building

Zain 3

Zain 2

Zain 2

Zain 2

Zain 2

nucleus

64 st.

64 st.

64 st.

32 st.

32 st.

SMT

Yes (128 subjects)

Yes (128 subjects)

Yes (128 subjects)

Yes (64 subjects)

Yes (64 subjects)

Bass reverb

2,45 GHz

2,9 GHz

3.5 GHz

3,7 GHz

3,7 GHz

Turbo frequency

3.5 GHz

4,2 GHz

4,3 GHz

4,2 GHz

4,5 GHz

Memory support

DDR4-3200

DDR4-3200

DDR4-3200

DDR4-3200

DDR4-3200

Memory channels

8 st.

8 st.

4 st.

8 st.

4 st.

PCI Express

128 x 4.0

128 x 4.0

64 x 4.0

128 x 4.0

64 x 4.0

TDP

225-280 watts

280 watts

280 watts

280 watts

280 watts

Stationed

SP3

SWRX8

STRX4

SWRX8

STRX4

* The WX series is for workstations

The Ryzen Threadripper 3990X is AMD’s current best consumer model, with 64 cores reaching nearly 75,000 points, making the Epyc 7763 nearly 50 percent faster. The difference between the two is mainly in the architecture, it uses the Epyc 7760 Zen 3 which offers higher energy efficiency and 19 percent higher performance at the same clock frequency (IPC) and

Perhaps the big difference in the multi-core models compared to the Ryzen 5000 series is due to the fact that processors with multiple cores need to run at lower clock frequencies, in order to stay within the set power budget. AMD’s successes in energy efficiency are also likely to be most evident at lower clock frequencies around 4.0GHz, while those for the standard Ryzen 5000 series and AM4-socket target up to 5.0GHz, and as a result have lower energy efficiency.

Server processors from both AMD and Intel generally have specific clock frequencies, indicating that the top model in the Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series should offer higher performance compared to today’s Ryzen Threadripper 3990X.

So far, there are no specific details missing about the Ryzen Threadripper 5000 series, but AMD will likely retain compatibility with the STRX4 socket. It will support 4-channel DDR4 memory and 64-channel PCI Express 4.0. According to previous information, the new series of Ryzen Threadripper will be released in the fall of 2021.

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