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The 7nm 64-core Roman processor will not be officially launched until the second half of this year. Recently, AMD officially announced that people interested in the 64-core Roman processor can register with AMD's official website because "the world's first 7nm data center CPU is coming soon" .
At the recent SEMICON West conference, AMD introduced the impact of advanced technology and introduced their progress in high-performance computing. In fact, the content is not new, and it is still 7nm Zen2 architecture and EPYC II. Chiplets package.
AMD's three strengths in high-performance computing—architecture, multi-chip stacking, and heterogeneous platforms.
The Zen2 architecture achieves 15% IPC performance improvement.
Although IPC performance has increased by 15%, single-thread performance has increased by 32%, because there are frequency bonuses, 60% of performance growth comes from IPC, and 40% comes from frequency and 7nm process.
The second generation EPYC processor Rome Rome EPYC is the world's first 7nm high-performance processor, each processor has eight 7nm process CPU Die, each core integrates eight physical cores, a total of 64, and for the better Coordinating the coordination of so many CPU cores, we also designed an I/O Die, placed in a central location, dedicated to input and output control.
In terms of performance improvement, the performance of each slot is increased by 100% due to the increase in core number and IPC performance, and the floating point performance in the Zen2 architecture is doubled, so the floating point performance of each slot is increased by 3 times.
In 2P dual wayserverOn the platform, the 7nm EPYC processor also brings continuous improvement.