AMD announced today that it would unveil its EPYC 7003 Milan processors via a live webcast on March 15, 2021, at 8am PT, marking the company’s first release of processors for the data center based on the Zen 3 architecture. The live stream will include presentations from AMD CEO Lisa Su, CTO Mark Papermaster, and SVP and GM of the data center group, Forrest Norrod. accidentally-posted presentation last year , AMD hasn’t officially revealed many details around its Milan lineup, though it did recently tease a performance benchmark at CES 2021 and a vendor recently posted specifications and pricing for several models . Early indications suggest that, as with the current-gen EPYC Rome processors, AMD fabs the EPYC Milan chips with the 7nm process and they top out at 64 cores. The most significant change to the series appears to come with the infusion of the Zen 3 microarchitecture that lends a 19% in instruction per cycle (IPC) throughput improvement through several changes, like a unified L3 cache and better thermal management that allows the chip to extract more performance within any given TDP range. AMD has obviously prioritized the production of its EPYC chips to continue its assault on… Read full this story
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