AMD has been continuing to acquire market share over the last couple of years and we’ve noticed a large interest in AMD Ryzen & Epyc Servers. AMD managed to make some serious inroads with their 5000 series Ryzen processors that were able to beat Intel Rocket Lake like-for-like on CPU benchmarks.
A new battle emerges in 2022 – Ryzen 7000 vs Intel Alder Lake. Intel Alder Lake CPUs have already touched the market and are impressive on bare performance metrics. AMD has announced the release date of the Ryzen 7000 processors twice, with an updated schedule suggesting Q3 of 2022. The original announcement at CES said the second half of 2022.
During Computex 2022, Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, revealed more details about the upcoming Ryzen 7000 series processors. The new battle is becoming clear with Intel Alder Lake vs AMD Ryzen 7000 series. AMD Ryzen 7000 series are based on the new Zen 4 CPU microarchitecture. This new microarchitecture will also power the new Epyc 7004 server processors.
We know that the new AMD Ryzen microarchitecture will support PCIe 5.0 Interfaces which enables server performance. The current M.2 NVMe SSDs are doing a great job of saturating PCIe 4.0 performance. With Intel Alder Lake, you also get PCIe 5.0 interfaces.
Towards the end of 2022, we’ll see which brand wins the CPU battle. We’re ready to help you with AMD or Intel servers and have a large variety of chassis and motherboards available for your Enterprise, Datacenter, High Frequency Trading (and many more) workloads.
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