AMD is preparing to release a processor with 256 cores

AMD server processors may need up to 600W of power in a few years. This will be the maximum

Configurable Thermal Design Power (cTDP) benchmark value for EPYC Turin generation processors.

Turin processors will be based on architectureZen 5 and will most likely be released in late 2023 or early 2024. AMD integrates up to 256 cores / 512 threads in them. There should be another Milan-X before Turin - the premiere is expected on November 8 this year, as well as Genoa processors based on the Zen 4 architecture a year later.

As for the high power consumption, it isassociated with a large number of cores. Genoa, for example, will be available in 192 and 256-core configurations. In comparison, the current EPYC models carry up to 64 cores, which means AMD will be increasing the number of cores over the next two generations. The TDP of the current EPYC processors is 280W.

Source: videocardz

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