Our friends at https://benchgeeks.com/ and https://hostballs.com/ recently offered to run some benchmark tests on one of our new AMD EPYC servers.  We have been offering AMD’s newest line of server processors, EPYC, for the last few months and the results our customers have seen are impressive to say the least.  The results below show what you can expect from a single-socket 16 core AMD EPYC 7351P when paired with a Tyan chassis/motherboard.  Since the Tyan system we offer supports up to 8 U.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs and 128 PCIe lanes, we figured we would load this system up with the good stuff.  Inside we used 4X Samsung PM963 960GB NVMe U.2 SSDs with 128GB RAM from our good friends at Kingston

Test Environment:

  • OS: Debian 9.3.0 minimal installation
  • Disk: NVMe
  • 1Gbps Ethernet Port Speed

Classic bench.sh test

  • CPU model : AMD EPYC 7351P 16-Core Processor
  • Number of cores : 32
  • CPU frequency : 2400.000 MHz
  • Total size of Disk : 816.5 GB (1.0 GB Used)
  • Total amount of Mem : 128816 MB (421 MB Used)
  • Total amount of Swap : 130956 MB (0 MB Used)
  • System uptime : 0 days, 2 hour 28 min
  • Load average : 0.01, 0.02, 0.00
  • OS : Debian GNU/Linux 9
  • Arch : x86_64 (64 Bit)
  • Kernel : 4.9.0-4-amd64
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  • I/O speed(1st run) : 667 MB/s
  • I/O speed(2nd run) : 674 MB/s
  • I/O speed(3rd run) : 681 MB/s
  • Average I/O speed : 674.0 MB/s
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  • Node Name IPv4 address Download Speed
  • CacheFly 205.234.175.175 79.0MB/s
  • Linode, Tokyo, JP 2400:8900::4b 14.1MB/s
  • Linode, Singapore, SG 2400:8901::4b 6.08MB/s
  • Linode, London, UK 2a01:7e00::4b 14.3MB/s
  • Linode, Frankfurt, DE 2a01:7e01::4b 13.2MB/s
  • Linode, Fremont, CA 2600:3c01::4b 15.1MB/s
  • Softlayer, Dallas, TX 2607:f0d0:1101:4::2 56.1MB/s
  • Softlayer, Seattle, WA 2607:f0d0:2001:3::2 26.2MB/s
  • Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE 2a03:8180:1201:45::4 18.4MB/s
  • Softlayer, Singapore, SG 2401:c900:1101:8::2 8.28MB/s
  • Softlayer, HongKong, CN 119.81.130.170 9.45MB/s
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Geekbench v4.2.0
Single-Core Score: 3747 / Multi-Core Score: 44039
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/7056724
Geekbench v3.4.2 

Single-Core Score: 3333 / Multi-Core Score: 45498

https://browser.geekbench.com/geekbench3/8555579

ServerScope.io 

https://serverscope.io/trials/m0ZD

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System Benchmark – system test- Phoronix Test Suite v7.8.0
 
Disk Benchmark – disk test- Phoronix Test Suite v7.8.0

 
 
Complex Benchmark – complex test- Phoronix Test Suite v7.8.0

Memory Benchmark – memory test- Phoronix Test Suite v7.8.0


Processor Benchmark – processor test- Phoronix Test Suite v7.8.0




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