The details regarding AMD EPYC 7000 series have been revealed and the series comprises of CPUs that feature 8-32 cores and 16-64 threads. These are plenty of cores and threads for whatever you are planning to do. But these CPUs are not for gaming.
AMD EPYC 7000 series of CPUs feature a base clock of 2.5-2.9 GHz and the max boost is 3.2 GHz which should be plenty keeping in mind the high core count and the applications that it is going to be used for. AMD EPYC 7000 will tackle Intel in the server and data center market.
AMD has hit hard this time with Ryzen CPUs taking care of the mainstream, AMD Threadripper will be taking on the X series of CPUs and now AMD EPYC 7000 series CPU will be taking Intel head-on in the server market as well. Things are getting intense and very interesting. You can check out the details below:
Now we have a lot of information regarding these CPUs but we do not know the price. The price will have a very important role to play and I think that people will be inclined towards AMD is the company can push a competitive price as compared to Intel CPUs that are priced extremely high.
Intel was able to get away with that pricing because there was no one on the market to challenge that pricing and offer a similar product but now AMD is back at it and things are different. We have got plenty of details regarding upcoming AMD CPUs.
AMD Vega is also expected to come out in August and we hope that it can disrupt the GPU market like Ryzen has done in the CPU market but seeing how Nvidia has been dominant, it is very unlikely that AMD will be able to come out on top.
Let us know what you think about AMD EPYC 7000 series.