Amd epyc embedded 3000 series reshuffle
AMD has introduced a redesigned EPYC built-in 30000 series CPU line. The shakeup saw some new models join the series, and AMD decided to remove some models as well. The
EPYC Embedded 3000 series is firmly aimed at the embedded systems and server market, with a host of specific-purpose features such as a large amount of RAM, more cores, and PCIe lanes. AMD brought them to Intel's Xeon D. To this end, AMD has designed two variant series, including a single-chip model and a dual-chip model. The
single chip uses the EPYC Naples chip and supports 8 cores, 16 threads, dual DDR4 channels, 32 PCIe Gen 3 channels, and four 10GbE links. The other variant has two EPYC Naples chips and is larger in design, although it is still pin-compatible with the single-chip variant, meaning that customers building embedded systems can choose between the two models instead of. There will be compatibility issues.
AMD previously released the initial line of integrated 300 series EPYC CPUs without slot details, including the following models: 3451, 3401, 3351, 3301, 3251, 3201, 3151 and 3101. The main difference with the reorganization is that the 34551 and 3351 now have configurable TDPs from 80 to 100 W and 60 to 80 W.
Additionally, two models have been removed from the line: AMD EPYC 3401 and AMD EPYC 3301 appear to have been included in parts EPYC 3351 and EPYC 3451
AMD also introduced a new model, the single chip EPYC 3255, with 8 cores, 16 threads and a low TDP that can be set between 25 and 55 W. In addition, we now know that the single chip model faces the SP4r2 socket and the dual chip faces the SP4 socket.