Serve the house, a dedicated server portal, wants to demonstrate how powerful new data is AMD EPYC 'ROMA' in terms of price / performance compared to the more powerful Intel processors, the Xeon Platinum.
For this he tested the benchmark several times Geekbench 4 with two sleep systems: double plugs with two AMD EPYC 7742 processors and another system with four plugs where they are installed four Intel Xeon Platinum 8180M.
Respectively AMD EPYC 7742 offer 64 cores and 128 processing threads under microarchitecture Zen2 @ 7nm in base / turbo frequency from 225/3, 40 GHz with 256 MB Cache L3, 128 PCI-Express 4.0 linesmemory controller Octa (8) -Channel @ 3200 MHz and TDP of 225W.
Respectively Intel Xeon Platinum 8180M offer 28 cores and 56 processing threads under microarchitecture Skylake @ 14nm ++ in base / turbo frequency from 2.50 / 380 GHz with 38.5 MB Cache L3, 48 PCI-Express 3.0 linesmemory controller Hexa (6) -Channel @ 2666 MHz and TDP of 205W.
As a result, we have AMD server with 128 cores and 256 processing threads, in front of the server Intel 112-core, 224-thread processing. Although there is a slight advantage in the number of cores for AMD, if we add the price, it is divided into several two AMD CPU configurations cost $ 13,900 facing that defeat $ 52,044 for Intel.
After a series of tests, Geekbench 4 throwing scores in the middle 184,000 and 193,000 points for AMD configuration, highest score is obtained 193,554 pointswhat set new benchmark record.
Intel configuration reaches maximum 155,050 pointswhat that means AMD setup is not only 24.83% faster on multi-core tasksbut also 73.29% cheaper. If we add it increased memory capacityand very large bandwidth PCIe 4.0, AMD EPYC 'ROMA' will sweep Intel easily.