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    Phoronix: AMD EPYC 7003 "Milan" Linux Benchmarks - Superb Performance

    It's been one and a half years already since the EPYC 7002 "Rome" processors launched. It's hard to think it's been that long due not only to the pandemic but the incredible performance of these Zen 2 server processors. The EPYC 7002 series continues to largely outperform Intel's Xeon Scalable processors and while Ice Lake is coming soon, for now AMD is expanding their lead with today's EPYC 7003 "Milan" processor launch. We have begun our testing of AMD EPYC Milan processors in recent weeks under Linux and have preliminary performance figures to share today as well as more information on these next-gen server/HPC processors.

    https://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=30017

  • #2
    O_o ....nice

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    • #3
      It's weird looking at the geometric mean where a 32-core CPU is toward the bottom of the list. What a time to be alive haha.

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      • #4
        Stop, stop, Xeon is already dead

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        • #5
          Somewhat expected numbers but man are they impressive none the less!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by milkylainen View Post
            Somewhat expected numbers but man are they impressive none the less!
            Watching AMD's processor releases the past few years has been like watching a Homerun Derby. They keep smashing it out of the park!

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            • #7
              Poor intel, beaten like a rented mule...

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              • #8
                Yup, that was just a good old fashioned curb stomping. top -1 must be a sight.

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                • #9
                  Nice bump for Milan but not a game changer. Just what Zen 2 and Rome should have been. Better efficiency, IPS and memory wise, larger and unified L3 cache, better security. But still hobbled by the same socket, same DDR4 memory and PCI 4. Genoa is where the game changes. Zen 4 which will be a new architecture, Infinity Architecture 3 interconnect which is true connect everything to everthing with full cache coherency, DDR5 and PCI 5. By the time Genoa is released, AMD should have ROCm less of a hairball than it is today, plus HMM in kernel will be fully baked in, along with OpenAAC and OpenMP being fully baked and ready for Genoa. In the words of Bidgman, this will be the moment that the dream and work that was previously HSA finally comes (and comes back to) fruition. Milan, like Rome, is just another evolutionary step to the revolution that is Zen 4 and Genoa.

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                  • #10
                    Do you have a link to the result file or did I miss it in the story?

                    I couldn't find it on openbenchmarking.org.

                    I would like to see some of the results in tests you didn't publish in your article if possible.

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