AMD EPYC 7642 Benchmarks: The Rome 48 Core CPU That Easily Takes On Intel's Xeon Platinum 8280
For the performance-per-dollar metrics the pricing was based upon what was available through retail channels (primarily NewEgg) otherwise list prices were used. It's worth mentioning for the EPYC 7642 the $5886 price was used as found this week retail on the processor while AMD's list price is lower at $4775. But even with the higher price of the EPYC 7642, it still holds its ground.
The EPYC 7642 in 1P and 2P configurations tended to run right in the middle of the assortment of tested processors when it came to performance-per-dollar.