Micron and AMD share a vision when it comes to enabling and supporting customers with leading computing, memory, and storage solutions. From HPC in the data center to embedded technologies in automotive to products in the home, our collaboration in development and enablement has helped provide high performance, secure, and efficient customer deployments.
With AMD’s announcement of their 4th Gen AMD EPYCTM processors and Zen 4 server architecture, DDR5-equipped platforms are now commercially available for the data center. These servers with Micron DDR51,2 memory provide data center workloads with access to higher memory capacity and throughput, delivering the core-fueling bandwidth for the most demanding data center tasks.
1 Micron DDR5 RDIMM 16/32/64 GB densities validated October 2022.
2 Micron DDR5 RDIMM 24/48/96 GB densities validated January 2023.
Unleash the combined power of Micron 96GB DDR5 and the 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors for in-memory database applications. Delivering a 2.7x performance increase while using 47% less power, when compared to a 64GB DDR4 system 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors.Read Blog Post >
1. DDR4 system AMD EPYC 7763 with 64 cores and 3.7 GHz; Micron DDR4 3200 MHz system is populated with 1DPC using 64GB RDIMM with a total system capacity of 1 TB.
2. DDR5 system AMD EPYC 9004 with 128 cores and 3.1 GHz; Micron DDR5 4800 MHz system is populated with 1DPC 96GB RDIMM with a total system capacity of 1.15 TB.
3. Testing performed using Redis YCSB/workloads/workloadd at master · brianfrankcooper/YCSB · https://github.com/brianfrankcooper/YCSB/blob/master/workloads/workloadd.
4. Power consumption of DDR4 and DDR5 systems measured using https://github.com/ColinIanKing/powerstat.
Micron’s Technology Enablement Program supports deep collaboration with our partners. Micron and AMD have worked together to ready optimized solutions featuring Micron’s DDR5 and latest-generation AMD platforms.