The processor AMD Epyc 7502P is developed on the 7 nm technology node and architecture Rome (Zen 2). Its base clock speed is 2.50 GHz, and maximum clock speed in turbo boost - 3.00 GHz. AMD Epyc 7502P contains 32 processing cores. To make a right choice for computer upgrading, please get familiar with the detailed technical specifications and benchmark results. Check socket compatibility before choosing.
|CPU Cores and Base Frequency|
|Turbo (1 Core)||3.35 GHz||CPU Threads||64|
|Turbo (All Cores)||3.00 GHz|
|Hyperthreading ?||Yes||Overclocking ?||No|
|GPU name||no iGPU|
|GPU (Turbo)||No turbo|
|Hardware codec support|
|H265 / HEVC (8 bit)||No|
|H265 / HEVC (10 bit)||No|
|Memory & PCIe|
|PCIe version||4.0||PCIe lanes||128|
|TDP (PL1)||180 W||TDP (PL2)|
|TDP up||--||TDP down||--|
|Instruction set (ISA)||x86-64 (64 bit)|
|Architecture||Rome (Zen 2)|
Cinebench R23 is the successor of Cinebench R20 and is also based on the Cinema 4 Suite. Cinema 4 is a worldwide used software to create 3D forms. The single-core test only uses one CPU core, the amount of cores or hyperthreading ability doesn't count.
Cinebench R23 is the successor of Cinebench R20 and is also based on the Cinema 4 Suite. Cinema 4 is a worldwide used software to create 3D forms. The multi-core test involves all CPU cores and taks a big advantage of hyperthreading.
Cinebench R20 is the successor of Cinebench R15 and is also based on the Cinema 4 Suite. Cinema 4 is a worldwide used software to create 3D forms. The single-core test only uses one CPU core, the amount of cores or hyperthreading ability doesn't count.
Some of the CPUs listed below have been benchmarked by CPU-Benchmark. However the majority of CPUs have not been tested and the results have been estimated by a CPU-Benchmark’s secret proprietary formula. As such they do not accurately reflect the actual Passmark CPU mark values and are not endorsed by PassMark Software Pty Ltd.
The crypto currency Monero has been using the RandomX algorithm since November 2019. This PoW (proof of work) algorithm can only efficiently be calculated using a processor (CPU) or a graphics card (GPU). The CryptoNight algorithm was used for Monero until November 2019, but it could be calculated using ASICs. RandomX benefits from a high number of CPU cores, cache and a fast connection of the memory via as many memory channels as possible
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