AMD EPYC™ 7452
Part Number: 100-0000000057
The AMD EPYC 7452 is a server-grade processor that is part of AMD's EPYC 7002 Series, also known as the "Rome" family. These processors are designed for data center and enterprise environments and are based on the Zen 2 microarchitecture. The key features and specifications of the AMD EPYC 7452 processor are as follows:
Cores/Threads: The processor comes with 32 cores and 64 threads, providing excellent multi-threaded performance.
Base/Turbo Frequency: It has a base frequency of 2.35 GHz, which can boost up to 3.35 GHz under certain conditions using AMD's Precision Boost technology.
Cache: The AMD EPYC 7452 processor features a total cache of 144 MB (L2 and L3 combined), which helps improve performance by minimizing latency when accessing frequently used data.
TDP: The processor has a Thermal Design Power (TDP) of 155W, which is the maximum amount of heat it can dissipate under sustained load.
Memory Support: It supports DDR4 memory with a maximum speed of 3200 MHz and can handle up to eight memory channels, allowing for better memory bandwidth and overall performance.
PCIe Lanes: The processor offers 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes, enabling high-speed connections to various peripherals such as storage devices, network cards, and GPUs.
Infinity Fabric: The EPYC 7452 utilizes AMD's Infinity Fabric, which is an interconnect technology that enables faster communication between the processor, memory, and other system components.
Security Features: The AMD EPYC 7452 includes security features such as AMD Secure Processor, Secure Memory Encryption (SME), and Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV), which help ensure the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data and applications.
The AMD EPYC 7452 processor is suitable for various workloads, including virtualization, high-performance computing, and other data-intensive tasks in enterprise environments. With a high core and thread count, it provides strong multi-threaded performance, making it an excellent choice for applications that can take advantage of its parallel processing capabilities. Its base and turbo frequencies are relatively moderate, which should result in decent single-threaded performance for a range of tasks.