PROCESSOR AMD EPYC
AMD EPYC - High Performance Server Processors
Server processors work non-stop and handle huge amounts of data, and as a result, their design must meet greater demands than those of typical personal computers. AMD has been producing server processors that compete with Intel Xeon proposals for years. The Epyc processor line is characterised by high performance while being economical in terms of power consumption. Although server processors run continuously for several years, their energy consumption varies depending on whether they are in standby mode or processing data.
AMD EPYC 2nd generation are the latest server processors from AMD that allow for multi-threading, increasing the ability to manage data under load. At the same time, they feature a modern architecture with doubled core density, resulting in twice the performance over operations, compared to previous generation processors.
AMD EPYC server processors - what's new?
AMD EPYC server processors in the new release guarantee much better data security, based on technologies that allow encryption of individual virtual machines. Root of trust checks the boot software BIOS. Additionally, encrypted registry state, secure input/output interface and proactive memory encryption make 2nd generation AMD EPYC processors the best solution for modern data-intensive servers.
AMD EPYC for server applications provide the speed and performance to suit any large business that relies on the storage and consumption of large amounts of computing data. In addition, the new line of AMD EPYC processors features a hybrid architecture based on a multi-chip structure that separates the processor cores from the I/O interface bones.
AMD EPYC - highlights
In our offer you will find AMD processors from the EPYC series dedicated to server solutions and data centres. Processors depending on the model have from 8 to 64 cores. The processors in this series can operate up to 128 threads, which significantly increases the efficiency of the entire processor. When choosing a server processor, pay attention to its performance and core The number of supported threads is also an important parameter - it affects the flexibility of data processing.
Find out how much power a particular processor consumes so that you can choose the right power supply to keep the server running at all times. Also important will be the TDP parameter, which tells you how much heat energy the processor emits. With this information, you can determine what kind of heat sink you will need to keep the entire server running properly.