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See a photograph of the new AMD EPYC 7004 Genoa with 12 Zen 4 chiplets

We had recently been able to see the socket where the new AMD EPYC 7004 Genoa with Zen 4 cores will be installed. Now we have been able to see the processor itself without the heat sink which reveals the set of 12 chiplets that reveals the maximum configuration of these new server processors and which will be, like the current one, 96 cores. According to the photograph and comments seen in a Twitter thread, it corresponds to a model and is at least 10 months old.

In this new processor it has been achieved reduce the size of each Zen 4 CCD array up to 8 mm2 compared to the EPYC Milan, which was 80 mm2. So AMD has been able to install 6 CCDs on each side. This makes a total of 12 chiplets for the maximum configuration of 96 cores and 192 threadsalthough AMD will also launch processors with fewer cores deactivating some of the installed ones.

This new generation will have support for DDR5 memory up to 12 channels along with the new faster bus PCI Express 5.0. Some customers are already receiving tests of these new AMD EPYC 7004 that are expected to be available by the end of 2022.

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