Second-gen AMD Epyc CPUs have broken 11 performance world records, claims Gigabyte

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AMD has already won over Google as a major customer for second-generation Epyc
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AMD has already won over Google as a major customer for second-generation Epyc

New AMD Epyc benchmarks indicates that Intel has a big fight on its hands in the data centre

AMD's latest second-generation Epyc server CPUs, the 7002 Series ‘Rome' microprocessors, have broken 11 different SPEC benchmark records, according to motherboard maker Gigabyte. The company claims...

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