Intel says its 56-core Xeon Max 9480 could be more than twice as fast as AMD’s 96-core Epyc 9654

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But it all depends on the tests.

Intel continues to insist that its Xeon Sapphire Rapids processors are better than AMD’s Epyc Genoa processors, despite the huge difference in the number of cores. 

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On the eve of AMD’s big event, which will be dedicated specifically to data center solutions, Intel once again reminded about the capabilities of its server CPUs and at the same time published test results. 

Intel says its 56-core Xeon Max 9480 could be more than twice as fast as AMD’s 96-core Epyc 9654

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For example, Intel says that its 32-core Xeon 8462Y can be more than seven times faster than the 32-core Epyc 9354. This CPU result is shown only in one of the tests, but the difference is impressive. In other tests, the Intel CPU is often still faster than the competitor, but not by that much. And Intel claims that its product has the best performance-per-watt ratio.  

Intel also compared its 56-core Xeon Max 9480 with the 96-core Epyc 9654, and the company turned out that in such an unequal battle, its product is better

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It is worth noting that third-party tests, which Phoronix once conducted, showed that Epyc Genoa is often faster than new Intel CPUs and consumes significantly less energy. 

However, as always, the results are highly dependent on tasks, so both Intel and AMD may well provide such evidence of their superiority and, in general, will not lie at all.  

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