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    AMD expands Epyc processor portfolio choice

    AMD Epyc 7662 is a new entry point for 64 core processing, and the new Epyc 7532 has 32 cores.
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    Re: AMD expands Epyc processor portfolio choice

    The Intel spanking continues...

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    Re: AMD expands Epyc processor portfolio choice

    "The reason behind the expansion is simply to give customers more performance choices."

    Yes it's rather frustrating that both HP & Dell have for a long time offered about 3 AMD CPUs vs the 40+ Intel CPU's generally available in a custom configuration. Which basically meant you almost always ended up buying an Intel because they offer the 3 worst AMD CPU's to avoid being whipped by Intel Commandants.

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