AMD EPYC 7J13 – Power & Review 64 Cores Processor

AMD EPYC 7J13 Review & Benchmarks

AMD EPYC 7J13 - Power & Review 64 Cores Processor
AMD EPYC 7J13 – Power & Review 64 Cores Processor

Class: Server

Clockspeed: 2.6 GHz

Turbo Speed: 3.5 GHz

Cores: 64 Threads: 128

InfoAMD EPYC 7J13
ManufacturerAMD
ModelEPYC Series
Architecturex86 Architecture
CodenameMilan
Clock Speed2550MHz / 2.55GHz
Turbo Or Boost Clock3500MHz / 3.5GHz
Total Cores64 Cores
Total Threads128 Threads
TDP280W
SocketLGA-4094 / SP3
Supported MemoryDDR4-3200 Octo Channel
Bus typeInfinity Fabric
PCI-Express Revision4.0
PCI-Express128 Lanes
Performance index8572
Targeted marketServeurs
Package / SocketLGA-4094 / Socket SP3
Caches
L1 cache64×32 KBL1 Cache (instruction)64×32 KB
L2 cache64×512 KBL3 cache256 MB
Functions/Features16-bit Floating-Point conversion instructions (F16C)
3-operand Fused multiply-add instructions (FMA3)
Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX)
Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (AVX2)
AES New Instructions
BMI
Enhanced Virus Protection (EVP)
MMX
Pacifica
Precision Boost 2
Pure Power
Secure Hash Algorithm extensions (SHA)
Secure Mode Execution Protection (SMEP)
Simultaneous MultiThreading (SMT)
SSE
SSE2
SSE3
SSE4.1
SSE4.2
SSE4a
SSSE3
Supervisor Mode Access Prevention (SMAP)
x86-64 instructions

AMD EPYC 7J13 – Review

In March of 2021 oracle had an event where they introduced two cloud computers one was three other one was before, this computer was built by AMD third generation of EPYC series processors. This AMD EPYC 7J13 was used in E4 Computer but they were two in number, not a single processor it uses, to give double performance and more boost to the servers of Oracle. These processors were specially made for Oracle only but are now available in the market also.

Performance + Purpose:

If we talk about the performance of this processor then it comes with 64 cores which is the limit of the highest cores till now and it also comes with 128 threads. These processors are specially made for special purposes only like Google Amazon and many other big companies are there, this company uses these processors for their servers to optimize Sangam start with and keep their server active every time.

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Specs Details:

This AMD EPYC 7J13 is built with x86 architecture and the code name of this processor is Milan. If you talked about the power consumption and usage of this processor then it comes with a TDP of 280W. The socket of this processor is SP3 for LGA-4094, the maximum memory channels in this processor are 8. It supports DDR4 Ram and comes with the PCI Express 4.0 with 128 lanes. This pressure is better in performance as compared to other Epic processors like EPYC 7742 which is also a 64 Core processor.

AMD Official Web Page: AMD EPYC-7J13

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