Amd epyc 7h12
Recently, some interesting information from the presentation of Geekbench arose 4. The reference point showed the power of two AMD EPYC Rome 7H12 64 core, 128tread Servegrade processor: a whole surriny crisis. 7h12 In September, the EPYC line of the second generation of AMD was added to the EPYC line. In
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EPYC 7H12 has the fastest performance of three models, with a 2.6 GHz base clock and a 3.3 GHz increase clock. This chip is a 55W High 280W rating that the EPYC 7742 model.
SHASTA Supercomputer shows the two processors Sporting two EPYC 7H12. This means that it is armed with a huge nucleus of 128 and 256 threads. This system has 4,512 single-core scores and 181,580 multi-core scores.
Even after all these numbers, this could not put the Shasta supercomputer first in the GeekBench 4 rankings. The first place was taken by the Gigabyte R282Z92 system that has multi-core records. There are two EPYC 7742 chips in this system, but there is an improvement of 3.4% in single-core scores and an improvement of 7.6% for multiple nucleus.
Specifications of EPYC 7H12, I think it will exceed document EPYC 7742, but the previous results are not yet sounded.
There is no detailed information on EPYC 7H12, so you can stop a different number of factors, some of which include different versions of different memories, operating system or different versions of GeekBench 4 Software that exists. .
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