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128-core EPYC, the most powerful x86 processor, is released in Europe

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128-core EPYC, the most powerful x86 processor, is released in Europe

The EPYC 9754 Bergamo is considered the most powerful x86 processor in the world
(photo: AMD)

Tthe Argonians retail in Europe they started to take orders for the world’s most powerful x86 processor – the AMD EPYC 9754 chip Bergamo, which was officially unveiled two weeks ago.

The processor combines 128 computing cores with the ability to simultaneously process 256 instruction streams, notes TechRadar. The base clock frequency is 2.25 GHz, and the maximum frequency in turbo mode reaches 3.1 GHz. The chip supports up to 6TB DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5.0, and the consumption (TDP) is 360W.

Retailers in the Netherlands, Finland, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium and France are now accepting orders for the EPYC 9754 processor with code 100-000001234. This is an OEM version of the chip designed for bulk shipments.

The price ranges from $9,500 to $11,200 per piece. Most online sellers already mark the processor as “out of stock”.

Test results have also appeared on the Internet, confirming the highest performance of the EPYC 9754 among x86 processors. For example, the V-Ray 5 benchmark shows that one such processor is faster than two Intel Xeon Platinum 8490H (Sapphire Rapids) chips with 60 cores.

And in the SPEC CPU 2017 test, a dual-processor EPYC 9754 system outperformed a quad-processor server with a Xeon Platinum 8490H at lower power consumption.

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