Only a day after they have been noticed, AMD’s EPYC Milan-X CPUs have now appeared in a retail itemizing at Zones (via Momomo_US). The retailer has listed down a number of next-generation server SKUs with their preliminary pricing which, to be trustworthy, seems to be very engaging in comparison with the usual Milan costs listed by the identical retailer.
AMD EPYC Milan-X Server CPUs Itemizing With Preliminary Costs – Embrace 64 Core, 32 Core, 24 Core & 16 Core ‘X’ SKUs
The AMD EPYC Milan-X Server CPU lineup will probably be powered by the identical Zen 3 cores that energy the present EPYC 7003 lineup however the primary distinction for the EPYC 7003X lineup goes to be the truth that they’ll make the most of high-bandwidth SRAM cache, fused immediately on prime of the Zen 3 CCD. This 3D V-Cache know-how has already been confirmed for upcoming Ryzen Desktop CPUs primarily based on the Zen 3 core structure and AMD can also be bringing it to the server section.
The retailer has listed down 4 AMD EPYC Milan-X server processors which are not something new since we already noticed them together with their OPN code yesterday. However we do get to know the core configuration for every variant which wasn’t that arduous to guess however it goes like this: the EPYC 7773X options 64 cores and 128 threads, the EPYC 7573X options 32 cores and 128 threads, the EPYC 7473X options 24 cores and 48 threads whereas the EPYC 7373X options 16 cores and 32 threads. The fashions together with their OPN codes are:
No different specification is listed however we additionally get to see preliminary pricing on these chips. It seems to be like we’re getting actually near the launch of AMD’s EPYC Milan-X lineup which is listed a lot sooner than the Ryzen shopper elements. The flagship EPYC 7773X has a worth of $10,476.99 US which is 11% greater than what the identical retailer is asking for the EPYC 7763X, the present flagship 64 core Milan CPU. The EPYC 7573X is listed for $6654.99 US which is a 55% enhance in pricing over the 32 core EPYC 7543, the EPYC 7473X is listed for $4643.99 US which is a 2x enhance over the EPYC 7443 24 core chip and the EPYC 7343X is listed for $5595.99 US which is a 3x enhance over the 16 core EPYC 7343.
AMD EPYC Milan-X 7003X Server CPU (Preliminary) Specs:
|CPU Identify||Cores / Threads||Base Clock||Increase Clock||LLC (3D SRAM)||L3 Cache||L2 Cache||TDP||Worth (Retailer)||Worth (MSRP)|
|AMD EPYC 7773X||64 / 128||TBA||TBA||Sure (Quantity TBD)||256 MB||32 MB||280W (cTDP 225W Down / 280W Up)||$10,476.99 US||TBA|
|AMD EPYC 7763||64 / 128||2.45 GHz||3.500 GHz||N/A||256 MB||32 MB||280W (cTDP 225W Down / 280W Up)||$9424.99 US||$7890 US|
|AMD EPYC 7573X||32 / 64||TBA||TBA||Sure (Quantity TBD)||256 MB||32 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$6654.99 US||TBA|
|AMD EPYC 7543||32 / 64||2.80 GHz||3.700 GHz||N/A||256 MB||32 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$4291.99 US||$3761 US|
|AMD EPYC 7473X||24 / 48||TBA||TBA||Sure (Quantity TBD)||128 MB||12 MB||200W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$4643.99 US||TBA|
|AMD EPYC 7443||24 / 48||2.85 GHz||4.000 GHz||N/A||128 MB||12 MB||200W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$2293.99 US||$2010 US|
|AMD EPYC 7373X||16 / 32||TBA||TBA||Sure (Quantity TBD)||128 MB||8 MB||190W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$5595.99 US||TBA|
|AMD EPYC 7343||16 / 32||3.20 GHz||3.900 GHz||N/A||128 MB||8 MB||190W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$1784.99 US||$1565 US|
You’ll be able to see how the pricing inflates tremendously with every lower-tier we go. That is a simple solution to inform that these aren’t remaining costs and MSRP can be a lot nearer to current Milan SKUs however it seems to be like we will count on a small worth hike as a result of extra superior chiplet stacking know-how that’s featured on AMD’s EPYC Milan-X 7003X line of processors.
A single 3D V-Cache stack would incorporate 64 MB of L3 cache that sits on prime of the TSV’s already featured on current Zen 3 CCD’s. The cache will add upon the prevailing 32 MB of L3 cache for a complete of 96 MB per CCD. AMD additionally said that the V-Cache stack can go as much as 8-hi which suggests a single CCD can technically supply as much as 512 MB of L3 cache along with the 32 MB cache per Zen 3 CCD. So with a 64 MB of L3 cache, you may technically stand up to 768 MB of L3 cache (8 3D V-Cache CCD stacks = 512 MB) which will probably be a mammoth enhance in cache measurement.
3D V-Cache might simply be one side of the EPYC Milan-X lineup. AMD may introduce quicker clocks as 7nm continues to mature and we will see a lot quicker efficiency from these stacked chips. It’s also fascinating that the OPN codes for these processors are prepared which signifies that a launch by late 2022 is very possible which might imply Milan-X is perhaps the primary chip to introduce 3D V-Cache. Anticipate extra info within the coming months.