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3rd Gen AMD EPYC has Arrived, Here's What You Should Know

March 17, 2021
30 min read
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AMD Revamps Server CPU Line With 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors

In case you missed the recent news of AMD’s product release earlier this week, you may have also missed the news that Exxact is supporting the new EPYC processor line with a variety of server platforms. In this blog, we’ll take a look at a few of the more popular platforms that support the new processors, give a handy chart with all part numbers, and touch on a couple of features of the new processors you may have missed.


Dual Socket 8x GPU Server for AI Training

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The TENSOREX TS4-173535991-AES model is slated to be the go-to server for AI training and GPU intensive applications. This system supports dual AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors, with support for up to 8x Double Width GPUs.

Dual Socket 2U 4x GPU Server for Heterogenous Compute

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The TENSOREX TS2-158632687-AES model is all-around workhorse for modern day compute intensive applications. This highly-scalable 2U design powered by dual AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors, with up to 4x double width GPUs, allow for dense cluster configurations, delivering maximum computational power for applications requiring both CPU and GPU compute capability.

Interested in AMD EPYC Powered Servers?
Learn more about our AMD EPYC Powered Servers

Dual Socket 1U Server for CPU Compute

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For other applications not requiring GPUs, we feature the TENSOREX TS1-693022-AES 1U Server. This 1U server powered by dual AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors allows for extreme CPU compute and density when utilized in a rack cluster.

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3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processor Part Numbers & Descriptions

Part Number

Base Description

100-100000312

EPYC 7763 - 7003 - 2.45 GHz - SP3 - 64-Core Processor

100-100000344

EPYC 7713 - 7003 - 2 GHz - SP3 - 64-Core Processor

100-100000337

EPYC 7713P - 7003 - 2 GHz - SP3 - 64-Core Processor

100-100000318

EPYC 7663 - 7003 - 2 GHz - SP3 - 56-Core Processor

100-100000326

EPYC 7643 - 7003 - 2.3 GHz - SP3 - 48-Core Processor

100-100000345

EPYC 7543 - 7003 - 2.8 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000341

EPYC 7543P - 7003 - 2.8 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000334

EPYC 7513 - 7003 - 2.6 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000319

EPYC 7453 - 7003 - 2.75 GHz - SP3 - 28-Core Processor

100-100000340

EPYC 7443 - 7003 - 2.85 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000342

EPYC 7443P - 7003 - 2.85 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000323

EPYC 7413 - 7003 - 2.65 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000338

EPYC 7343 - 7003 - 3.2 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000329

EPYC 7313 - 7003 - 3 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000339

EPYC 7313P - 7003 - 3 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000313

EPYC 75F3 - 7003 - 2.95 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000317

EPYC 74F3 - 7003 - 3.2 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000321

EPYC 73F3 - 7003 - 3.5 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000327

EPYC 72F3 - 7003 - 3.7 GHz - SP3 - 8-Core Processor

Setting the Standard for Performance

Whether on bare metal or HCI, AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series provides outstanding performance across the wide spectrum of industry standard applications. As the leader in high-performance computing, AMD continues to raise the bar for data center computing delivering on its continuous roadmap execution and commitment to innovation. 

A Closer Look Under the Hood

Built on the "Zen 3" core and AMD Infinity Architecture, the new AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series processors provide a full feature set across the stack with industry leading I/O, 7nm x86 CPU technology, and an integrated security processor on die. EPYC™ 7003 CPUs provide up to 32MB of L3 cache per core, 4-6-8 memory channel interleaving designed for better economies and performance in multiple DIMM configurations, plus synchronized clocks between fabric and memory, all driving better, faster time to results.

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News

3rd Gen AMD EPYC has Arrived, Here's What You Should Know

March 17, 2021 30 min read

AMD Revamps Server CPU Line With 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors

In case you missed the recent news of AMD’s product release earlier this week, you may have also missed the news that Exxact is supporting the new EPYC processor line with a variety of server platforms. In this blog, we’ll take a look at a few of the more popular platforms that support the new processors, give a handy chart with all part numbers, and touch on a couple of features of the new processors you may have missed.


Dual Socket 8x GPU Server for AI Training

TS4-173535991-AES_(1).jpg

The TENSOREX TS4-173535991-AES model is slated to be the go-to server for AI training and GPU intensive applications. This system supports dual AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors, with support for up to 8x Double Width GPUs.

Dual Socket 2U 4x GPU Server for Heterogenous Compute

TS2-158632687-AES_(1).jpg

The TENSOREX TS2-158632687-AES model is all-around workhorse for modern day compute intensive applications. This highly-scalable 2U design powered by dual AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors, with up to 4x double width GPUs, allow for dense cluster configurations, delivering maximum computational power for applications requiring both CPU and GPU compute capability.

Interested in AMD EPYC Powered Servers?
Learn more about our AMD EPYC Powered Servers

Dual Socket 1U Server for CPU Compute

TS1-693022-AES.jpg

For other applications not requiring GPUs, we feature the TENSOREX TS1-693022-AES 1U Server. This 1U server powered by dual AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors allows for extreme CPU compute and density when utilized in a rack cluster.

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3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processor Part Numbers & Descriptions

Part Number

Base Description

100-100000312

EPYC 7763 - 7003 - 2.45 GHz - SP3 - 64-Core Processor

100-100000344

EPYC 7713 - 7003 - 2 GHz - SP3 - 64-Core Processor

100-100000337

EPYC 7713P - 7003 - 2 GHz - SP3 - 64-Core Processor

100-100000318

EPYC 7663 - 7003 - 2 GHz - SP3 - 56-Core Processor

100-100000326

EPYC 7643 - 7003 - 2.3 GHz - SP3 - 48-Core Processor

100-100000345

EPYC 7543 - 7003 - 2.8 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000341

EPYC 7543P - 7003 - 2.8 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000334

EPYC 7513 - 7003 - 2.6 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000319

EPYC 7453 - 7003 - 2.75 GHz - SP3 - 28-Core Processor

100-100000340

EPYC 7443 - 7003 - 2.85 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000342

EPYC 7443P - 7003 - 2.85 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000323

EPYC 7413 - 7003 - 2.65 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000338

EPYC 7343 - 7003 - 3.2 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000329

EPYC 7313 - 7003 - 3 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000339

EPYC 7313P - 7003 - 3 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000313

EPYC 75F3 - 7003 - 2.95 GHz - SP3 - 32-Core Processor

100-100000317

EPYC 74F3 - 7003 - 3.2 GHz - SP3 - 24-Core Processor

100-100000321

EPYC 73F3 - 7003 - 3.5 GHz - SP3 - 16-Core Processor

100-100000327

EPYC 72F3 - 7003 - 3.7 GHz - SP3 - 8-Core Processor

Setting the Standard for Performance

Whether on bare metal or HCI, AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series provides outstanding performance across the wide spectrum of industry standard applications. As the leader in high-performance computing, AMD continues to raise the bar for data center computing delivering on its continuous roadmap execution and commitment to innovation. 

A Closer Look Under the Hood

Built on the "Zen 3" core and AMD Infinity Architecture, the new AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series processors provide a full feature set across the stack with industry leading I/O, 7nm x86 CPU technology, and an integrated security processor on die. EPYC™ 7003 CPUs provide up to 32MB of L3 cache per core, 4-6-8 memory channel interleaving designed for better economies and performance in multiple DIMM configurations, plus synchronized clocks between fabric and memory, all driving better, faster time to results.

image.png

Have any questions about the new AMD EPYC Powered Systems?
Contact Exxact Today

Free Resources

Browse our whitepapers, e-books, case studies, and reference architecture.

Explore