AMD EPYC 64-Core CPU demolishes Intel Xeon in Benchmarks

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AMD has been giving a hard time to Intel ever since their press conference at CES 2019 got over. They blessed the Gaming Industry with 3rd Gen Ryzen processors that crushed Intel’s flagship Core i9 not only in performance but power consumption as well.

Now AMD has just published a new video on their YouTube channel showcasing a comparison of the 64 Core 128 Thread EPYC “Rome” workstation CPU (no confirmation on the clock speed) up against two Intel Xeon 8180M processors, each having a mammoth 28 Cores, 56 Threads and clocked at 2.5GHz going upto 3.8GHz.

The comparison was done using the C-Ray benchmark which tests by rendering images. AMD’s test included rendering 3 images simultaneously at FullHD, QuadHD and 4k.

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The Single AMD EPYC Rome processor ended up finishing the test at 28 seconds while the two Xeon processors took over 2 seconds finishing at 30.5 seconds.

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