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100+ Benchmarks Of Amazon's Graviton2 64-Core CPU Against AMD's EPYC 7742

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  • #51
    Originally posted by PerformanceExpert View Post

    What you are missing is why would beating the 7742 on every single Phoronix benchmark be the one and only measure of success? Many of the benchmarks are pretty terrible, which is why most people stick with SPEC and real-world benchmarks.

    This beats the vast majority of x86 servers, including most of the EPYC range. It achieves this performance using half the power, a third of the silicon and 1/8th of the L3 cache of the 7742. All at a low frequency of 2.5GHz. That's mission accomplished.
    Easy to say without providing any evidence whatsoever. Let's actually see all these fantastic benchmarks that you're crowing about.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by vegabook View Post

      Easy to say without providing any evidence whatsoever. Let's actually see all these fantastic benchmarks that you're crowing about.
      I guess you missed not only the big Graviton 2 reviews but also all the links I posted on here? For example this shows single-threaded SPECINT and SPECFP is pretty much the same as EPYC 7571 and Xeon 8259 despite running at a much lower frequency. It means that Graviton 2 has a 20% better IPC than the 8259 on SPECINT2017.

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