/AMD EPYC – Does Intel still have a chance?
The AMD EPYC 7643 from the Milan family was noticed in the Geekbench benchmark database. There it showed the power of the Zen 3 microarchitecture-based cores. It turns out that one processor scored better in the test compared to the platform consisting of dual Intel Xeon.
The EPYC 7643 is one of the new AMD Milan series processors. It is a 48-core chip with support for up to 96 threads, which is based on the Zen 3 microarchitecture. It was noticed in the Geekbench benchmark database. Here we have the opportunity to learn about CPU performance.
AMD EPYC 7643 in the test of one core in Geekbench 4 dialed 5850 points. In the case of many cores, it was over 121 thousand. points. We know that the basic clock speed here is 2.3 GHz. However, in the case of increased power, it is a maximum of 3.6 GHz.
The performance of this AMD EPYC chip is really high. For comparison, the dual Intel Xeon Platinum 8276 with 56 cores and supporting 112 threads in the Single Core test sets 4913 points. However, in the Multi-Core it is 112,457 points. So the new processor from the competition is better.