AMD EPYC 7003 “Milan-X” Launches March 21

The Milan-X series, which launches on March 21, will be AMD’s first 3D V-Cache data center processor. With 4 SKUs, the EPYC 7003 series comes with options of 16, 24, 32 and 64 core parts. The 64 core can be seen on the 7773X, the flagship model. With a TDP of 280W, the 7773X costs USD 8,800. The 7573X will be a 32-core unit and comes with the same TDP and costs USD 5,590. According to AMD, both chips are designed for finite element analysis and structural analysis.

The other two SKUs of 16 and 24 cores respectively have a TDP of 240W and are designed with Electronic Design Automation and Computation Fluid Dynamics. The 24 core 7373X costs USD 4,185 and the 16 core 7473X costs USD 3,900.

Each of these chips has a 96 MB (64 + 32 MB) L3 cache, which equates to a total 768 MB L3 cache spread across the entire 8-chip package. Interestingly, all four SKUs, including those with 16 cores, have the same cache at the end as they all have 8 dies enabled with their 3D V cache.

The EPYC Milan X SKU was already tested last month as the 7003 series was made available to system integrators and OEMs.

Via Videocardz

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