What's New - New AMD-Based ServersArticle

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11 Aug 2019
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Abstract

Lenovo has announced two new servers based on the AMD EPYC 7002 Series processors, the ThinkSystem SR635 and SR655. Learn about these new servers with materials from Lenovo Press.

Change History

Changes in the August 8 update:

  • Added the two new TPC-E world record benchmarks

Introduction

Lenovo has announced two new servers based on the AMD EPYC 7002 family of processors:

  • ThinkSystem SR635 - 1U rack server
  • ThinkSystem SR655 - 2U rack server

These new servers feature a 64-core processor, 1TB of system memory, and 128 lanes of PCIe 4.0 connectivity. These flexible servers allow a broad range of slot and drive configuration choices, including NVMe-rich and GPU-rich configurations, for the ultimate in single-socket server performance.

 

 

Lenovo Press materials

Read about these new servers with these Lenovo Press deliverables:

Additional Lenovo resources:

Performance benchmarks

ThinkSystem SR635Lenovo uses key industry benchmarks to show the value and performance of ThinkSystem servers to customers.

The new AMD servers have achieved a total of 19 new world-record benchmark results.

The SR655 has achieve the following #1 benchmark results:

  • 1-Socket TPC-E benchmark - 2 records
  • 1-Socket SPEC OMP benchmark - 1 record
  • 1-Socket SPEC MPI benchmark - 1 record
  • 1-Socket SPEC ACCEL benchmarks - 2 records
  • 1-Socket SPEC CPU benchmark - 4 records
  • 1-Socket SPECjbb benchmark - 6 records
  • 1-Socket SPEC Power benchmark - 1 record

The SR635 has achieve the following #1 benchmark results:

  • 1-Socket SPEC CPU benchmark - 1 record
  • 1-Socket SPEC Power benchmark - 1 record

Read about all of these results in the Lenovo Press article Top Performance with the AMD EPYC-Based ThinkSystem SR655 and SR635.

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