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    Re: Amd epyc 7f52

    If it's a xeon competitor wouldn't it be an idea to compare it to..xeon ? I'm sure intel would be willing lol.

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    Re: Amd epyc 7f52

    If I'm understanding correctly, then the target audience for these will be datacentres where we have large enterprise setups. Therefore, why are no enterprise apps being used to benchmark? I'm not sure how useful the benchmarks that have been done are in the real world.

    Personally, I'd like to understand how buying this will affect platforms such as MS SQL server

    I do get that it will be difficult to benchmark quickly/easily though as it's not set up as apps such as SQL server are not "out-of-the-box benchmarking tools" and therefore setting it up to benchmark something requires a whole bunch of understanding of that platform.

    Also, Tunnah's comment about Xeons is valid....
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