How AMD EPYC & Intel Xeon Gold Compare To Various Amazon EC2 Cloud Instances
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 20 September 2017. Page 2 of 4. 13 Comments

With Parboil, the m4.16xlarge was competing with the Xeon Gold 6138 and the EPYC 7601 in its optimal NUMA code.

As well as in the OpenMP Stencil test. Keep in mind the m4.16xlarge will cost you at least $16,208 USD per year if running it constantly while the r4.16xlarge would be at least $21,922 annually.


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