The AMD EPYC™ 7713P is a server processor designed for high-performance computing workloads in data centers and enterprise environments. It is similar to the AMD EPYC 7713, but with some differences. Here are the key features and specifications of the AMD EPYC 7713P processor:
Architecture: The EPYC 7713P is based on the Zen 3 architecture, manufactured using a 7nm process technology.
Cores and Threads: It is a 64-core processor, meaning it has 64 physical cores. With AMD’s simultaneous multithreading (SMT) technology, each core can handle two threads, resulting in a total of 128 threads.
Clock Speed: The base clock speed of the EPYC 7713P is 2.0 GHz. It can achieve a maximum boost clock speed of up to 3.7 GHz.
Cache: It has a total cache size of 256 MB, including a combination of L3 cache and L2 cache.
TDP (Thermal Design Power): The TDP of the EPYC 7713P is 225 watts. This indicates the maximum amount of power the processor will consume under typical workloads.
Memory Support: The processor supports DDR4 memory with up to 8 channels and a maximum speed of 3200 MHz. It has a large memory capacity and can handle a substantial amount of RAM.
PCIe Lanes: It provides 128 PCIe Gen 4.0 lanes, allowing for high-speed connectivity to peripherals such as storage devices, networking cards, and GPUs.
Server Capabilities: The EPYC 7713P is designed for high-performance server workloads and offers advanced features for virtualization, cloud computing, big data analytics, and other demanding enterprise applications.
Security Features: The processor incorporates AMD’s Infinity Guard security features, which include secure boot, secure memory encryption, and secure encrypted virtualization. These features help protect data and enhance system security.
Compatibility: The EPYC 7713P is compatible with servers and motherboards that support the AMD EPYC 7003 series processors, using the SP3 socket.