AMD EPYC 9374F Linux Benchmarks - Genoa's 32-Core High Frequency CPU

Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 15 November 2022. Page 4 of 14. 21 Comments

AMD 4th Gen EPYC performs especially well with the WRF weather forecasting model. A single AMD EPYC 9374F processor nearly matched the Xeon Platinum 8362 2P performance! The single EPYC 9374F also outperformed the EPYC 75F3 2P configuration thanks to AVX-512, the faster memory and more memory channels, higher power budget, etc.

The CPU power consumption while running WRF also favored the EPYC 9374F processors over the Xeon Platinum 8362 / 8380 processors.

The EPYC 9374F results were quite stunning just as with the level of excitement last week around the EPYC 9654 and 9554 benchmark results. Thanks to AVX-512 and the major platform upgrades with EPYC Zen 4, in some of the high performance computing tests the 32-core high frequency part was competing with the prior generation 64-core EPYC Zen 3 flagships.

Overall the EPYC 9374F was performing great and delivering astounding generational improvements over the EPYC 75F3. The EPYC 9374F was consistently outperforming not only the 32-core Xeon Platinum 8362 but also the flagship Xeon Platinum 8380.

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