Revisiting AMD EPYC 7773X "Milan-X" Performance With Linux 6.0 + Ubuntu 22.10

Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 28 September 2022. Page 4 of 4. 10 Comments
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks

The OpenFOAM 10 release debuted after my prior Milan-X benchmarking. OpenFOAM 10 for this open-source computational fluid dynamics (CFD) program continues loving the additional cache with Milan-X.

AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks
AMD EPYC Milan-X Ubuntu 22.10 Benchmarks

Long story short, the AMD EPYC 7773X performance on Linux continues looking very good with these fresh benchmarks from an Ubuntu 22.10 snapshot and running Linux 6.0 Git. Those wanting to see all of the benchmark runs I did in full of 150+ benchmarks for this fresh AMD Milan-X Linux testing can do so via this OB result page for the wide assortment of benchmarks. Pricing and availability on the EPYC 7773X several months after initial retail availability looks rather robust with some listings at the likes of NewEgg putting new OEM CPUs at around $5.5~6.1k or around ~$6.6k at some other Internet retailers, which still is very good value for the performance provided and relative to EPYC 7763 pricing.

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