Recently we reviewed the AMD EPYC 3451 16-core CPU which was our first dual-die solution for the EPYC 3000 series. We now have the 12-core model, the AMD EPYC 3351 on the review block. This is a new processor that offers 12 cores, up to 64x PCIe lanes, 8x 10GbE NICs, and 1TB of quad-channel DDR4, in a 80W TDP embedded package. Perhaps the best part is that this chip is offered at a price that is less than the Intel Xeon D-1541, a popular 8-core chip in the embedded market.
Key stats for the AMD EPYC 3351: 12 cores / 24 threads with a 1.9GHz base clock, 2.75GHz all-core boost, and a maximum 3.0GHz turbo boost. There is 32MB of onboard L3 cache. The CPU features a configurable 60-80W TDP. These are $539 list price parts.
Here is the lscpu output for the AMD EPYC 3351:
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