TYAN Announces Performance Boost to HPC and Storage Servers with New AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors
April 21, 2020
According to the company, AMD EPYC 7F32, 7F52, and 7F72 processors provide up to 24 cores and base clocks up to 3.7GHz to server motherboards and systems.
TYAN announces support for high frequency AMD EPYC 7F32, AMD EPYC 7F52, and AMD EPYC 7F72 processor-based server motherboards and server systems to the market. TYAN's HPC and storage server platforms continue to offer performance to datacenter customers.
According to the company, these three new processors are aimed at HPC applications with enhanced per-core performance by equipping higher base frequency, lower core counts, and larger L3 cache among the same core-count SKUs.
The EPYC 7F32, with 3.7GHz base frequency, 180W TDP, and 128MB L3 cache, is the fastest 8-core processor in the EPYC 7002 Series processor product stack, according to the company.The EPYC 7F52 is a 16-core processor featuring 3.5GHz base frequency, 240W TDP, and 256MB L3 cache, which is four times the L3 cache size than the base 16-core EPYC 7002 SKU, according to the company. The EPYC 7F72 is a 24-core processor with 3.2GHz base frequency, 240W TDP, and a 1.5 times L3 cache size (192MB) than other 24-core EPYC 7002 stack.
New AMD EPYC 7002 series processors support are available to access now from the approved vendor list at www.tyan.com.