AMD Infinity Guard5, IT investment, Broad ecosystem support EPYC delivers faster performance versus the competition for cloud, enterprise, and HPC workloads. It’s the world’s highest-performing x86 server processor as it delivers maximum compute power at minimized costs.


AMD EPYC | DiGiCOR This category supports AMD 3rd Gen and 4th Gen EPYC family. These processors are designed to deliver unmatched performance leadership, energy efficiency, and next-generation security for modern data centers. AMD EPYC is ideal for cloud computing, big data analytics, high-performance computing (HPC), and enterprise applications with up to 96 cores per processor. It also offers a range of frequencies (up to 3.8 GHz), power (up to 400W), and price levels to suit different needs.

Some of the key features of this family are:

  • Based on the cutting-edge “Zen 4” core architecture with a 5nm process technology
  • Up to 96 cores and 192 threads per processor with up to 1MB L2 cache per core and up to 32MB L3 cache per CCD2
  • Up to 12 channels of DDR5 memory with up to 6TB memory capacity per socket
  • Up to 128 lanes of PCIe Gen5 per processor for high-bandwidth connectivity
  • Support for CXL memory expansion and accelerator coherence
  • AMD Infinity Fabric/Guard technology for enhanced interconnect performance and security
  • AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) technology for protecting data in use across virtual machines
  • What are the benefits of this category?

  • Faster time-to-results and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with industry-leading performance-per-watt across diverse workloads
  • Future-ready platforms for data center modernization that can handle massive data growth and complex computations
  • Next-generation security features that protect data at rest, in transit, and in use from edge to cloud
  • Flexible configuration options that enable optimal scalability, performance, and efficiency
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