AMD EPYC 7662: specs and benchmarks
AMD started AMD EPYC 7662 sales 19 February 2020. This is high-end Zen 2 architecture desktop processor primarily aimed at professional systems. It has 64 cores and 128 threads, and is based on 7 nm, 14 nm manufacturing technology, with a maximum frequency of 3300 MHz and a locked multiplier.
Compatibility-wise, this is Socket SP3 processor with a TDP of 225 Watt. It supports DDR4-3200 memory.
It provides outstanding benchmark performance at 81.55 percent of a leader's which is AMD EPYC 7763.
Of EPYC 7662 processor market type (desktop or notebook), architecture, sales start time and pricing.
Basic microprocessor parameters such as number of cores, number of threads, base frequency and turbo boost clock, lithography, cache size and multiplier lock state. These parameters can generally indicate CPU performance, but to be more precise you have to review its test results.
Information on EPYC 7662 compatibility with other computer components and devices: motherboard (look for socket type), power supply unit (look for power consumption) etc. Useful when planning a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one. Note that power consumption of some processors can well exceed their nominal TDP, even without overclocking. Some can even double their declared thermals given that the motherboard allows to tune the CPU power parameters.
Technologies and extensions
Technological capabilities and additional instructions supported by EPYC 7662. You'll probably need this information if you require some particular technology.
Supported virtual machine optimization technologies. Some are specific to Intel only, some to AMD.
Types, maximum amount and channel number of RAM supported by EPYC 7662's memory controller. Depending on the motherboard, higher memory frequency may be supported.
Single-core and multi-core benchmark results of EPYC 7662. Overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0-100 range, higher is better.
This is our combined benchmark performance rating. We are regularly improving our combining algorithms, but if you find some perceived inconsistencies, feel free to speak up in comments section, we usually fix problems quickly.
Passmark CPU Mark is a widespread benchmark, consisting of 8 different types of workload, including integer and floating point math, extended instructions, compression, encryption and physics calculation. There is also one separate single-threaded scenario measuring single-core performance.
Let's see how good EPYC 7662 is for a gaming PC, compared with system requirements of some popular titles. Remember that sometimes official hardware requirements may reflect real performance inaccurately.
This processor matches 100% minimum and 100% recommended requirements of all games known to us.
Overall EPYC 7662 performance compared to nearest competitors among server CPUs.