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AMD EPYC - Benching Suggestions

Hi Guys,

Unfortuantely I am currently under NDA until TBC ;) so can only share information already publically available regarding the AMD EPYC range until that NDA is over.  I do a lot of testing in my line of work when it comes to enterprise technologies and hardware viability so when this type of product comes along work doesn't feel like a chore anymore ;)

 

http://www.amd.com/en/products/epyc

 

I have the opportunity to perform some testing on a dual socket AMD EPYC server.  The unit has 2x 32core/64 thread CPUs with a total of 64 cores and 128 threads, quite interesting to see in windows task manager thats for sure ;)

Most of the testing so far has been heavily focussed around enterprise software, virtualization and hpc which has been eye opening.  What is coming, should shake up the server market finally and AMD should be very proud of what they have achieved.

 

So my question is, what CPU information or benchmarking results would you like to see?

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Cinebench :D 

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Benchmarks, stuff like blender and cinebench are good options :P

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What graphics cards is this thing rocking? Maybe the Vega FE? would be funny to see Ashes of Benchmark

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The usual Cinebench R15.

 

Then for good measure: HWBOT x265 (1080p,4k), GPUPI for CPU, HWBOT Y-Cruncher, HWBOT Prime, HEVC H.265 DECODE.

 

Edit: AIDA64 memory bench. Cache speeds + memory bandwidth and all that. 

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50 minutes ago, samcool55 said:

Benchmarks, stuff like blender and cinebench are good options :P

I do have CineBench results already just fired it up for amusement and the results are impressive.

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44 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

What graphics cards is this thing rocking? Maybe the Vega FE? would be funny to see Ashes of Benchmark

Unfortunately I don't have an AMD GPU available for testing and the chassis is unlikely to have the required mounting hardware and power cabling for housing GPUs.

 

I did see AMD did some really impressive EPYC/VEGA combo in their 1PetaFlop compute stack recently;

https://wccftech.com/amd-manages-to-pack-a-1-petaflop-super-computer-in-a-rack-with-project-47/

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