I do appreciate nothing that ray_m locked my topic, .Epyc, An Opteron Replacement?, but the behaviour of locking. That is other suggestions from me towards AMD Company!
The number of pins for Socket SP3, 4094, is over huge for a processor! And this number is very bad for Oriental cultural purchasers, especially Japanese, Korean, and many more. So if AMD want to sell more and more such processors, and persuade those potential purchasers to put their money on such things rather than Intel Xeon. Allow me to be frank, this socket needs redesigning! In my suggestion, it would be better if pins could be packaged into fewer in the form of serialisation. This needs another logic integrated onto the bridge chipsets on the mobo.
Epyc, what such a good name, but it is obviously worse than Opteron. No matter how rich meanings it embraces, but it is quite similar as HP/Intel EPIC. That would go worse, that would mislead the potential users and draw their a big illusion, AMD mimicked Intel another time! But in fact, it is not at all! Xeon and Opteron, both are the excellent names for server-class computers, but Epyc might need another name to replace before releasing onto the market. I still suggest AMD do not change the style of naming their processors!
For those two points, I wish AMD company, just AMD company would evaluate!
Thank you for the feedback.
This is another pointless thread which I am now going to lock.