AMD has officially launched its EPYC 8004-series processors, introducing the Siena CPU range, a new addition to its core roadmap. These processors boast a new SP6 socket and offer up to 64 Zen-4c cores with 128 threads. The EPYC family now includes Genoa (high performance), Genoa-X (big cache), Bergamo (cloud native), and the latest entrant, Siena.
Powerful Offerings Among the new releases, the single-socket 8534P stands out as a top-of-the-line model. It features a base frequency of 2.3GHz, 128MB L3 cache, and a 200W TDP. Additionally, there’s a network-specialized version (PN) catering to edge-optimized and communication servers. The PN variant has a lower TDP, a reduced base frequency, but a wider operating temperature range.