AMD EPYC 7351P Linux Performance: 16 Core / 32 Thread Server CPU For ~$750
Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 19 October 2017. Page 4 of 7. 54 Comments

In NPB's Lower-Upper Gauss-Seidel solver that doesn't scale quite as well as other workloads, the 7351P even comes around the speed of the EPYC 7601 due to clock frequencies not being too far off, and both of those CPUs well ahead of the Xeon Gold 6138.

With Parboil's CUTCP benchmark, the EPYC 7351P comes in just behind the 20 core Xeon Gold 6138 processor. While the 7351P retails for around $750 USD, the Xeon Gold 6138 commands a price of about $2600!

The EPYC 7351P and EPYC 7601 don't outperform the Xeon Gold CPUs tested in this OpenMP stencil test, but they do still deliver good results considering the price difference.

The EPYC 7351P costs about 58% more than the EPYC 7251 but delivers twice the performance in John The Ripper due to double the cores.

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