What's the best choice Intel Xeon E-2386G or AMD Epyc 7F52?
We have prepared a comparison to help you choose the best processor. Compare their specifications and benchmarks.
Intel Xeon E-2386G has a maximum frequency of 3.50 GHz. 6 Cores. Power consumption of 95 W. Released in Q3/2021.
AMD Epyc 7F52 has a maximum frequency of 3.50 GHz. 16 Cores. Power consumption of 240 W. Released in Q2/2020.
Higher turbo clock speed
Around 24% better overclocked clock speed
Performance per watt
times less performance per watt
Common positions Intel Xeon E-2386G CPU in popular benchmarks, for comparison with other models.
More number of cores
About 2.67 times more cores
Common positions AMD Epyc 7F52 CPU in popular benchmarks, for comparison with other models.
Background information about the processors being compared, series, generation and market segment.
Basic parameters such as number of cores, number of threads, base and turbo frequency, and cache size. These parameters indirectly tell about the speed of the processor, the higher they are the better.
Internal Graphics does not affect the performance of the CPU, performs the work of the graphics card in its absence or on mobile devices.
Built-in codecs used to encode and decode content. Significantly speeds up the required operations.
Types, channel quantity of RAM supported by AMD Epyc 7F52 and Intel Xeon E-2386G. Depending on the motherboards, higher or lower memory frequencies may be supported.
Compare the TDP requirements of TDP Intel Xeon E-2386G and AMD Epyc 7F52 to select a cooling system. Note, the TDP value refers to thermal watts, not electrical watts.
Architecture, interfaces, additional instructions supported by Intel Xeon E-2386G and Intel Xeon E-2386G, virtual machine technologies and process technology.
Based on the results of several benchmarks, you can more accurately estimate the difference in performance between Intel Xeon E-2386G and AMD Epyc 7F52.
Compare the synthetic test values and choose the best processor!