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

Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 15 November 2022. Page 8 of 14. 21 Comments

For "simple" workloads like code compilation, the EPYC 9374F performed well. The EPYC 9374F while compiling LLVM with Ninja took 26% less time than when using the EPYC 75F3.

For large projects like Godot but still not quite as large as LLVM with the number of source files able to be compiled in parallel, the high frequency EPYC 9374F paid off and was delivering leading results among the tested processors.

The EPYC 9374F while compiling Godot in both 1P and 2P configurations was consuming less power than the EPYC 75F3.

The EPYC 9374F could build the default Linux x86_64 kernel in 30 seconds -- the same amount of time as the Xeon Platinum 8362/8380 2P configurations. Or in the dual socket configuration the EPYC 9374F delivered a kernel build in just 21 seconds.

Or for building out all of the Linux kernel modules for a full kernel build, the EPYC 9374F was taking 279 seconds or 169 seconds in a dual socket configuration, or bumped down to 151 seconds in power determinism mode.

For power efficiency and performance-per-dollar, the EPYC 9374F was looking good too in the timed compilation benchmarks.


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