Xeon Gold 6250 vs. EPYC 7F32 - 8-Core Server CPU Performance On Ubuntu 20.04
Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 18 May 2020. Page 7 of 9. 28 Comments

The EPYC 7F32 also held a healthy lead over the Xeon Gold 6250 processors with the Himeno pressure solver application. The EPYC 7Fx2 CPUs enjoyed a nice boost in performance for Himeno.

A dual EPYC 7F32 configuration could build the Linux 5.4 kernel in just 43 seconds while the dual Xeon Gold 6250 server came in at just under 47 seconds.

When compiling the LLVM compiler stack, the EPYC 7F32 2P configuration was able to do so 20 seconds quicker than Intel.

Turning to Python numerical computing performance with Numpy, the EPYC 7F32 was effectively tied with the Xeon Gold 6250.

The EPYC 7F32 performance narrowly passed the Xeon Gold 6250 with the Radiance synthetic imaging benchmark.


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