Amazon announced as early as November that it would deploy AMD II, but until today, the new AWS C5a instance is not fully available, and the processor it uses is even more mysterious, with AMD simply saying that the maximum acceleration frequency is 3.3GHz and that up to 96 virtual CPUs (48 physical core plus multiple threads) are available. AWS C5a instances are available in eight different configurations, with the lowest provided with two virtual CPU cores, 4GB of memory, 10,000 Meganetwork bandwidth, and a maximum of 96 new CPU cores, 192GB of memory, and 20,000 megabits of network bandwidth.
After testing it, AnandTech found the name of the Dragon 7R32, with an idle frequency of 1.8GHz, a maximum acceleration of 3.3GHz, and a full core run to 3.3GHz, but will fall to 3.2GHz in a few minutes, while the maximum full-core acceleration frequency is 3.1GHz under a computationally intensive load.
But it has several cores that cannot be confirmed for the time being, possibly 48, or maybe 64.
The name of the Dragon 7R32 was exposed as early as february this year, but only know that its thermal design power consumption is 280W, which is the highest ever in the AMD Dragon family, the only comparable is the 64 core Dragon 7H12, 64 core 128 thread, the base frequency 2.6GHz, the highest acceleration happens to be 3.3GHz.
In addition to it also has the Dragon 7R22, Dragon 7V12 and other similar models, apparently AMD for different customers customized products, including The Dragon 7R22 is certainly also serving Amazon AWS, Dragon 7V12 is 64 core 128 thread.