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  • kylew77
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    I can't wait till the day we get the 64 core one down to 70 watts so it can be used in a beefy laptop. Laptop workstations are lagging behind tower ones considerably nowadays!

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  • ddriver
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    Originally posted by Mark Rose View Post
    This will be great for storage servers.
    Its complete overkill for a storage server, mayhaps you mean a "data server".

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  • Mark Rose
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    This will be great for storage servers.

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  • JEBjames
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    Michael

    typos

    "in mind as well ad for telco markets" should be "in mind as well as for telco markets"‚Äč

    "All of the EPYC 8004 series is using" should be "All of the EPYC 8004 series are using"

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  • schmidtbag
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    It's nice that AMD isn't showing signs of slowing down despite firmly being ahead of Intel in the server space. On the other hand, it's kinda like they're beating a dead horse except that horse has already decomposed. Not that I think AMD should slow down, but I'm worried if this means prices are going to skyrocket.

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    AMD Launches The EPYC 8004 "Siena" 4th Gen EPYC Processors

    Phoronix: AMD Launches The EPYC 8004 "Siena" 4th Gen EPYC Processors

    Last November AMD introduced the first of the 4th Gen EPYC series with the EPYC 9004 "Genoa" processors and that was then complemented earlier this year by the July launch of the Genoa-X processors for sporting AMD 3D V-Cache to help technical computing workloads and as well launching Bergamo for the Zen 4C based processor designs that allow up to 128 cores / 256 threads per socket. While AMD has a very robust portfolio for the high-end server space with 4th Gen EPYC, today AMD is introducing the EPYC 8004 "Siena" processors for "intelligent edge" servers. Siena is a step below Genoa but still very capable offering and coming in at a lower price point while being geared more for maximizing power efficiency and opening up EPYC to more deployments outside of the data center.

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