The specs for the alleged AMD EPYC Milan-X CPUs have surfaced. These server processors will have “3D V-Cache” stacked. AMD has not officially announced the Milan-X series yet.
This information comes from ExecutableFix. This Twitter user is likely to share information about unannounced AMD CPUs, including: Correct specs of regular AMD EPYC Milan pre-release CPUs. leaker I predicted last year Also, the Ryzen 5000 apus will be available as variants with Zen 2 or Zen 3 cores, a little later. Turned out to be correct.
De Laker writes on twitter That all Milan-X processors have 768MB of L3 cache, thanks to the use of a 3D V-Cache stack. Regular AMD EPYC Milan chips have a maximum cache of 256 MB. This means that the eight ccxEach of these EPYC CPUs has 32MB of regular L3 cache, plus 64MB of 3D V-Cache, as well as notes Video Cards employment.
ExecutableFix reports the arrival of four Milan-X models. AMD will offer 280W models with 64 and 32 cores and 240W CPUs with 24 and 16 cores. The 64-core model will have a clock speed of 2.2GHz. CPUs with 32 and 24 cores will be clocked at 2.8 GHz, and a variant with 16 cores will act as base clock 3.05 GHz.
AMD introduced 3D V-Cache through Computex It then stated that the technology would be applied first in “top rated products,” likely referring to the EPYC series. momomo_us recently reported that Milan-X CPUs have already appeared on a US web store on Twitter. Tweaker wrote in June backstory About AMD’s 3D V-Cache technology and the performance improvements it will bring.
|Vermeende Collection AMD EPYC Milan-X-up (via executable)|
|Model||Cores/Threads||clock speed||Boostclock||Tdp||L3- cache|
|EPYC 7773X||64 C/128 T||2,20 GHz||3.50 GHz||280 W||768 MB|
|EPYC 7573X||32C/64T||2,80 GHz||3,60 GHz||280 W||768 MB|
|EPYC 7473X||24 c / 48 t||2,80 GHz||3.70 GHz||240 watts||768 MB|
|EPYC 7373X||16C/32T||3.05 GHz||3.80 GHz||240 watts||768 MB|
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