The AMD Infinity Architecture pushes the boundaries for x86 performance, efficiency, security, and overall system throughput to deliver on the promise of next generation high performance computing.

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Hybrid Multi-Die SoC Design

First 7nm x86 server processors

Energy & NUMA Enhancements

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Core Performance Upgrades

~2.2x Performance Increase1

Up to 4X Theoretical FLOPS2 

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Breakthrough System Features

1st PCIe® 4.0 x86 Server Processors

Best-in-Class I/O & Memory BW3

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'Hardened at the Core’

Microarchitecture Enhancements

Advanced Security Features

Building on the legacy of AMD innovation, the AMD Infinity Architecture empowers system builders and cloud architects alike to unleash the very latest in server performance without sacrificing power, manageability, or the ability to help secure their organization’s most important assets, its data.

  1. Results as of 8/7/2019 using SPECrate(R)2017_int_base. The EPYC 7742 2P score is 654 on the SPECrate®2017_int_base,  EPYC 7601 2P score of 304 results at  654 / 304 = 2.15 or 2x higher integer performance for the EPYC 7742. SPEC®, SPECrate® and SPEC CPU® are registered trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. See for more information. ROM-37
  2. Based on standard calculation method for determining FLOPS. ROM-04
  3. EPYC™ 7002 series has 8 memory channels, supporting 3200 MHz DIMMs yielding 204.8 GB/s of bandwidth vs. the same class of Intel Scalable Gen 2 processors with only 6 memory channels and supporting 2933 MHz DIMMs yielding 140.8 GB/s of bandwidth. 204.8 / 140.8 = 1.454545 - 1.0 = .45 or 45% more.  AMD EPYC has 45% more bandwidth. Class based on industry-standard pin-based (LGA) X86 processors. ROM-11