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    AMD Epyc processors set SPEC floating point world records

    AMD Epyc 7601 processors in the new HPE DL385 Gen10 servers benchmarked.
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    Re: AMD Epyc processors set SPEC floating point world records

    Nice to see them in big name OEM systems already
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    Re: AMD Epyc processors set SPEC floating point world records

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    Nice to see them in big name OEM systems already
    Indeed. This is worth exponentially more to AMD as a business than their desktop chips.

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    Re: AMD Epyc processors set SPEC floating point world records

    Just need the ML variant now!

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    Re: AMD Epyc processors set SPEC floating point world records

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Indeed. This is worth exponentially more to AMD as a business than their desktop chips.
    I can see it being easier to break into, but intel get substantially less money from servers than they do from desktop chips

    https://hexus.net/business/news/comp...llion-q3-2017/

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    Re: AMD Epyc processors set SPEC floating point world records

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Indeed. This is worth exponentially more to AMD as a business than their desktop chips.
    I can see it being easier to break into, but intel get substantially less money from servers than they do from desktop chips
    Should point out "Client computing" includes laptops and tablets as well, which are a bigger market than desktops. AMD aren't competitive in the mobile space right now.

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