GIGABYTE Delivers a Comprehensive Portfolio of Enterprise Solutions with AMD EPYC™ 9004 Series Processors
GIGABYTE Technology, an industry leader in high-performance servers and workstations, announced its portfolio of products ready to support the new AMD EPYC™ 9004 Series Processors in the first wave of GIGABYTE solutions that will target a wide range of demanding workloads that include GPU-centric, high-density, edge, and general computing. A new x86 platform, a new socket, and a wealth of highly performant technologies provided new opportunities for GIGABYTE to tailor products for leading data centers. So far, GIGABYTE has released twenty-two new servers and motherboards to support the new AMD “Zen 4” architecture. Both single-socket and dual-socket options are available to handle big data and digital transformation. The ongoing collaboration between GIGABYTE and AMD has allowed for a comprehensive portfolio of computing solutions that are ready for the market.
AMD EPYC 9004 Series Processor
The new 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors feature substantial compute performance and scalability by combing high core counts with impressive PCIe and memory throughput. In terms of out of the box performance, AMD estimates found that 4th Gen AMD EPYC CPUs are the highest performing server processors in the worldi. With the advancement to 5nm technology and other performant innovations, the new AMD EPYC 9004 series processors move to a new SP5 socket. The new architecture leads the way to faster data insights with high performance and built-in security features, and this platform targets HPC, AI, cloud, big data, and general enterprise IT.
Key Generational Technologies and Advancements:
- 5nm process node;
- Up to 96 cores and 192 threads;
- Maximum boost clock up to 4.4GHz;
- Up to 384MB L3 cache;
- Support for 12 channel DDR5-4800;
- ISA updates: BFLOAT16, AVX-512, and VNNI;
- Support for PCIe Gen 5, 160 lanes in 2P;
- Support for CXCL 1.1+ in 64 IO lanes, with bifurcations;
- Up to 4 links of Gen3 AMD Infinity Fabric™ (up to 32Gbps).
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