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Server CPU multi-core PK next year: AMD 64 core vs. Intel 56 core

Before the end of this year, AMD and Intel will have a batch of new CPU products to be released, such as the Red Army’s 12nm Ryzen APU (Ryzen 7 2800H, etc.), and the Blue Army Intel’s side is the new 9th generation Core and Cascade Lake architecture. Xeon. By next year, the fierce battle between AMD and Intel will continue to run through the consumer and enterprise levels. Compared to the past two years, it will be even worse.


Youtube technology channel AdoredTV broke the news that AMD and Intel’s server product core numbers will double next year, that is, the 7nm EPYC 2 (code-name Rome) will be upgraded to 64 cores. There are a total of 9 Die in the chip, of which 1 is IO, and the other 8 Each Die is enabled, forming an 8x8 64 core.
The roadmap for the Intel Xeon server CPU is Cascade Lake in 2018, Cooper Lake in 2019, and 10nm Ice Lake in 2020. The current Xeon Scalable is up to 28 cores. It is reported that Cooper Lake will be upgraded to 3 Dies, of which two 28 cores form 56 cores and one IO.

A previously leaked roadmap (not officially confirmed) shows that Cascade Lake-SP uses LGA3647 interfaces, and the number of Cooper Lake-SP interfaces will reach 4189, corresponding to 56 cores, which seems reasonable.

In such a high-density CPU system, interconnection architecture and storage design are the keys. It is said that 7nm EPYC can support 4TB memory per channel.

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