AMD EPYC Rome Details Trickle Out 64 Cores 128 Threads Per Socket

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    At some point Intel might have to think again about "gluing together" their chips in order to compete in terms of sheer core count.
     
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    64c/128t in a single socket?

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    I'm curious where you got PCIe 4 from. I could have sworn AMD said that Rome would be PCIe 3 during one of their tech presentations.
     
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