After the AM5 socket leak, it looks like more information regarding the EPYC Genoa server CPU series has surfaced on the internet.
As per ComputerBase, the Gigabyte hack is the source for all the information about the AMD SP5 socket for next-generation EPYC 7004 “Genoa” server CPU series. The files that appeared today seem to focus on AMD SP5 and AM5 platforms specifically. These both will be AMD’s first platforms for Zen4 server and consumer platforms, respectively.
The Twitter user, @KittyYYuko, has shared the AMD documents. Unfortunately, AMD will probably issue a DMCA claim on those files; those tweets might be removed soon.
Allegedly, the details are recent since they are from July 2021. The detail includes motherboard thermal and power compatibility guidelines and details about the Zen4 EPYC CPUs. It also includes compute tiles layout. It is now confirmed that EPYC 7004 series will feature up to 12 CCDs (Core Complex), where each will have up to 8 cores which means that the high-end variant will house 96 cores and 192 threads.
Furthermore, it is confirmed that Genoa CPUs will support 12-channel DDR5 memory and the top SKU will have a default 320W TDP and a maximum of 400W. The shared data confirms that the peak power consumption for the SKU (noted as E) might reach up to 700W for 1 ms.