AMD says, to see sub-atomic reactions, go to Rome

AMD went to San Francisco last week to unveil its 7nm 64-core Rome processor. Claiming to be most secure, fastest, and most powerful single-chip processor available now, the top of the line model (the Epyc 7742) can hit 3.48 TFLOPS, running at 3.4 GHz, while drawing 240 watts. It has 128 lanes of PCIs 4.0 and can send data from ...

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