AMD EPYC Rome 7452 32 Core CPU Annihilates Intel’s Xeon and EPYC Naples

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Leaked benchmarks of the AMD EPYC Rome server processors were posted on OpenBenchmarking and although they were quickly taken down, wccftech managed to grab a copy.

The benchmark compares the 32 Core 64 Thread EPYC 7452 – a Rome family chipset – against the Intel Xeon Gold and the previous gen AMD EPYC Naples.

The EPYC 7452 which is based on the 7nm Zen 2 architecture was seen to maintain a clock speed of 2.35GHz which is quite significantly higher than the EPYC 7551 Naples chip based on 14nm Zen architecture at 2.00GHz.

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Now keep in mind that these tests were done in dual socket mode so there are a total of 64 cores and 128 threads here. The Intel Xeon Gold variant they were compared to was the 6148 with 20 cores and 40 threads at base 2.40GHz and a 3.70GHz turbo which was also running in a dual socket configuration.

Specification wise this comparison might seem unfair but when comparing prices its reasonable, since the Xeon costs nearly $3000 while the older Naples is around $3600 and the newer Rome will definitely bring that down. The Xeon Platinum 8280 with 28 cores and 56 threads seems more fair but it also costs $10,000.

Coming to the benchmarks, the comparison was done using standard server workloads like C-Ray, SmallPt, OpenSSL, build-php and the like. In most of them (4 out of 6) the EPYC 7452 was notably higher than the rest.

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Additionally Chiphell Forums also provided a first look at the CPU itself which appears to be using a green case.

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