Su also showed off an Epyc package. This enormous hunk of silicon will offer up to 32 Zen cores, eight memory channels, and 128 PCI Express 3.0 lanes from each socket. You can read more about Epyc in our Naples reveal.
We expect to hear more about Epyc as the company's Financial Analyst Day progresses. Stay tuned for more news.
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