In order to help solve the world’s greatest challenges, AMD introduces the 3rd generation AMD EPYC server processors, featuring the EPYC 7763, the world’s highest performing server processor. AMD EPYC 7003 Series enables faster application performance and increases business productivity.
Supporting on-premises, off-premises, containers, and virtual machines. Whether on bare metal or in hyper-converged infrastructure, AMD EPYC 7003 Series delivers outstanding performance across a wide range of industry standard applications.
AMD continues to deliver on its continuous roadmap execution and commitment to innovation as the leader in high-performance computing.
No matter what type of application you deploy, AMD EPYC 7003 processors are equipped with the performance and capacity your applications require.
AMD is constantly expanding their software optimization footprint to help applications leverage AMD EPYC processor innovations. The total number of AMD EPYC powered VMware® certified platforms is over 132 as of January 2021. AMD’s broad ecosystem and support for open tools and libraries are more reasons why top cloud providers choose AMD.
No matter how, where, or when your applications run, AMD EPYC powered servers deliver the results you need, when you need them.
The AMD EPYC 7003 Series processors are based on AMD Infinity Architecture and “Zen 3” processing core, and offer comprehensive feature sets including 7nm x86 based CPU technology, integrated security processing and a wide range of I/O options.
In addition to 32MB L3 cache per processor core, 4-6-8 interleaving memory channels, plus synchronized clocks between memory and fabric, EPYC 7003 CPUs provide better economy and performance.
Hybrid Multi-Die SoC Design
First 7nm x86 server processors
Energy & NUMA enhancements
Core Performance Upgrades
~2.2x Performance Increase1
Up to 4X Theoretical FLOPS2
over previous generation
Breakthrough System Features
1st PCIe® 4.0 x86 Server Processors
Best-in-Class I/O & Memory BW3
AMD Infinity Guard
Advanced Security Features
|7763||EPYC 7700||64||128||280 W||2.45 GHz||2257.92||0.29|
|7713||EPYC 7700||64||128||225 W||2.00 GHz||1843.20||0.26|
|7713P||EPYC 7700||64||128||225 W||2.00 GHz||1843.20||0.37|
|7663||EPYC 7600||56||112||240 W||2.00 GHz||1612.80||0.25|
|7643||EPYC 7600||48||96||225 W||2.30 GHz||1589.76||0.32|
|7543||EPYC 7500||32||64||225 W||2.80 GHz||1290.24||0.34|
|7543P||EPYC 7500||32||64||225 W||2.80 GHz||1290.24||0.47|
|7513||EPYC 7500||32||64||200 W||2.60 GHz||1198.08||0.42|
|7453||EPYC 7400||28||56||225 W||2.75 GHz||1108.80||0.71|
|7443||EPYC 7400||24||48||200 W||2.85 GHz||984.96||0.49|
|7443P||EPYC 7400||24||48||200 W||2.85 GHz||984.96||0.74|
|7413||EPYC 7400||24||48||180 W||2.65 GHz||915.84||0.50|
|7343||EPYC 7300||16||32||190 W||3.20 GHz||737.28||0.47|
|7313||EPYC 7300||16||32||155 W||3.00 GHz||691.20||0.64|
|7313P||EPYC 7300||16||32||155 W||3.00 GHz||691.20||0.76|
|75F3||EPYC 7500||32||64||280 W||2.95 GHz||1359.36||0.28|
|74F3||EPYC 7400||24||48||240 W||3.20 GHz||1105.92||0.38|
|73F3||EPYC 7300||16||32||240 W||3.50 GHz||806.40||0.23|
|72F3||EPYC 7200||8||16||180 W||3.70 GHz||426.24||0.17|
With so much complexity around us, you need to help your workloads be more secure – from your processes to your data. AMD Infinity Guard is a set of advanced security features built into the silicon designed to protect against internal and external threats attacking your data and to reduce potential attack surfaces as software is booted, executed, and processes your data. AMD’s Secure Encrypted Virtualization and Secure Nested Paging technologies are helping to power advancements in data security, such as confidential computing.
Looking to upgrade? Select your current processor from the list below to compare them to current generation models.
*The estimated results are provided for informational use only. Only your workloads in a real world performance test can provide accurate results. Many other factors may influence your application including but not limited to, memory, HDD, SSD, operating system, BIOS setting, software configuration. All information here is subject to change without notice. *TDP=Thermal Design Power
*The estimated results are provided for informational use only. Only your workloads in a real world performance test can provide accurate results. Many other factors may influence your application including but not limited to, memory, HDD, SSD, operating system, BIOS setting, software configuration. All information here is subject to change without notice.
*Processors with an “R” at the end of the SKU denote “Refresh” processors.
*TDP=Thermal Design Power
*RCP=Retail Consumer Price