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AMD EPYC “Genoa” (Zen4) to feature 96 cores across 12 chiplets, 12-channel DDR5 memory and SP5 (LGA6


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According to the tweet posted by ExecutableFix, AMD Genoa with Zen4 core architecture would feature up to 96 cores, 192 threads, and 12-channel DDR5 memory. The leaker confirmed that Genoa would utilize DDR5-5200 memory and PCI Gen5.

 

For the time being, we learned new details on the EPYC Genoa’s SP5 socket. According to the information and pictures shared by ExecutableFix with us, the SP5 would be more square than the SP3 socket. All SP3 based EPYC CPUs were visibly rectangular (LGA4094). Based on the LGA information, the new socket would have around 2002 pins more than the current series.

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