YuuKi AnS has leaked the complete specifications for AMD’s EPYC 9004 Genoa-X and Bergamo CPUs, which include the newest Zen 4 V-Cache and Zen 4C cores. The conventional Zen 4 parts’ specifications were previously shared by the leaker, and now we can see what the specialist Zen 4 families have to offer.
There will be three families in the AMD Zen 4 lineup: the regular Zen 4 for EPYC Genoa, the compute density-optimized Zen 4C for EPYC Bergamo, and the cache-optimized Zen 4 V-Cache for the EPYC Genoa-X series. Additionally, the portfolio will include an affordable entry-level server option called EPYC Siena that will have the same Zen 4 cores as SP5, but on a brand-new platform called SP6 that will again place a greater emphasis on TCO optimization. The EPYC 8004 family will serve as the brand name for the lineup.
Regarding the leak, YuuKi AnS was the first to publish the details on AMD’s whole EPYC 9004 Genoa family, and now he has also published the information on the Zen 4C- and Zen 4 V-Cache-powered EPYC Bergamo and EPYC Genoa-X processors. The leaker has specified two chips, the EPYC 9734 and the EPYC 9754, as the first EPYC Bergamo components.
The AMD chips have a total of 256 MB cache and offer 112/224 & 128/256 cores & threads, respectively (L3).
The TDPs have been rated at 340W for the 112 Core and 360W for the 128 core SKU, while the CPU clock speeds are between 2.0 and 2.15 GHz. Each CPU will have 8 Zen 4C CCDs, with 16 cores per CCD. The CPUs come with 32 MB of L3 cache per CCD or 256 MB of cache overall.
Moving on, the leaker has provided four CPU models for the AMD EPYC Genoa-X SKUs. The EPYC 9684X, which has 96 cores and 192 threads with a TDP of 400W, is at the top of the list. Next up are the EPYC 9384X, which has 32 cores and 64 threads and is rated at 320W, the EPYC 9284X, which has 24 cores and 48 threads and is also rated at 320W, and the EPYC 9184X, which has 16 cores and 32 threads.
These four variations will have L3 cache configurations of 1152 MB for the 96 core, 384 MB for the 32 core, 256 MB for the 24 core, and 192 MB for the 16 core. Although the Genoa-X parts lack clock speed information, the leaker has provided a list of each SKU’s product positioning, making it simpler for us to comprehend the chip’s primary market.