Previously, AMD just launched a 64-core processor with a 7nm process. This Intel product is believed to be the flagship product of AMD. Beginning in 2017, AMD and Intel competed fiercely in the number of cores. AMD pioneered the 8-core desktop-class SRRON processor and 32-core processor-class Opteron (EPYC) processor, while Intel introduced A 28-core server-class processor, but due to the 10nm process delay, there has been no new product, this time the product is also a 14nm process. But the lead in the process does not mean that the performance is leading, and the final decision of the deer will depend on the market reaction.