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AMD EPYC (Rome) reviewed

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For anyone that wants the cores, this is as good as the leaks.

For those with little time: at the high end with socketed x86 CPUs, AMD offers you up to 50 to 100% higher performance while offering a 40% lower price. Unless you go for the low end server CPUs, there is no contest: AMD offers much better performance for a much lower price than Intel, with more memory channels and over 2x the number of PCIe lanes. These are also PCIe 4.0 lanes. What if you want more than 2 TB of RAM in your dual socket server? The discount in favor of AMD just became 50%.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/14694/amd-rome-epyc-2nd-gen/15

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