Watch The AMD 3rd Gen EPYC 7003 Series ‘Milan Zen 3’ Server CPU Launch Event Here
AMD is officially launching its 3rd Gen EPYC 7003 Series CPUs today which will be part of its Zen 3 based Milan family. The CPUs will be announced at 8 AM (Pacific Time) in a digital keynote that will include presentations by AMD's top executives including CEO, Dr. Lisa Su.
AMD All Set To Launch 3rd gen EPYC 7003 'Zen 3 Milan' Server CPUs Today, Watch The Live Keynote Here!
The AMD 3rd Gen EPYC Milan CPU family will be the last family to be featured on the SP3 socket platform. As such, AMD wants to make a final release for the platform which is grander in every proportion than Rome. From what we have heard and seen, the Zen 3 core powered EPYC Milan lineup is going to utterly crush everything that Intel has including its next-generation Ice Lake-SP Xeon lineup.
AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) will host a digital global launch of the new 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET.
The digital launch is slated to feature presentations by AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su, Executive Vice President of Technology and Engineering and CTO Mark Papermaster, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Datacenter and Embedded Solutions Business Group, Forrest Norrod, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Server Business Unit, Dan McNamara and appearances by industry-leading data center partners and customers.
The launch will be accessible on the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC launch site starting at 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET. A replay of the webcast can be accessed after the conclusion of the live stream event and will be available for one year after the event. via AMD
AMD 3rd Gen EPYC Milan Server CPU Lineup - 7nm, Up To 64 Cores, 280W TDP
Coming to the specifications, we are expecting to see at least 19 SKUs within the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC Milan family. These processors will be based on TSMC's 7nm process node and will be powered by the Zen 3 core architecture. The lineup will feature up to 64 cores, 280W TDPs, & increased clocks compared to the 2nd Gen EPYC Rome lineup.
The top SKU within the family is going to be the EPYC 7763 which is going to feature 64 cores. The CPU is going to feature a base clock of 2.45 GHz and a boost clock of 3.50 GHz along with a 256 MB L3 cache and 32 MB L2 cache. Talking about the lineup, there are three 64 core SKUs, four 32 core SKUs, four 24 core SKUs, four 16 core SKUs, and a single 56, 48, 28, 8 core SKUs. The highest base frequency is offered on the EPYC 75F3 which is the 32 core part and features a 3.25 GHz frequency plus a 280W TDP.
There are also four 'P' SKUs that are designed specifically for single-socket server configurations. The rest of the lineup is configurable in 2P or dual-socket configurations. You can see the full list mentioning the AMD 3rd Gen EPYC Milan SKUs along with their specifications in the table below:
AMD EPYC Milan 3rd Gen Server CPU Lineup:
|CPU Name||Cores / Threads||Base Clock||Boost Clock||L3 Cache||L2 Cache||TDP||Price|
|AMD EPYC 7763||64 / 128||2.45 GHz||3.500 GHz||256 MB||32 MB||280W (cTDP 225W Down / 280W Up)||$7890 US|
|AMD EPYC 7713||64 / 128||2.00 GHz||3.675 GHz||256 MB||32 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$7060 US|
|AMD EPYC 7713P||64 / 128||2.00 GHz||3.675 GHz||256 MB||32 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$5010 US|
|AMD EPYC 7663||56 / 112||2.00 GHz||3.500 GHz||256 MB||24 MB||240W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$6366 US|
|AMD EPYC 7643||48 / 96||2.30 GHz||3.600 GHz||256 MB||24 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$4995 US|
|AMD EPYC 75F3||32 / 64||2.95 GHz||4.000 GHz||256 MB||32 MB||280W (cTDP 225W Down / 280W Up)||$4860 US|
|AMD EPYC 7543||32 / 64||2.80 GHz||3.700 GHz||256 MB||32 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$3761 US|
|AMD EPYC 7543P||32 / 64||2.80 GHz||3.700 GHz||256 MB||32 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$2730 US|
|AMD EPYC 7513||32 / 64||2.60 GHz||3.650 GHz||128 MB||16 MB||200W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$2840 US|
|AMD EPYC 7453||28 / 56||2.75 GHz||3.450 GHz||64 MB||16 MB||225W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$1570 US|
|AMD EPYC 74F3||24 / 48||3.20 GHz||4.000 GHz||256 MB||12 MB||240W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$2900 US|
|AMD EPYC 7443||24 / 48||2.85 GHz||4.000 GHz||128 MB||12 MB||200W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$2010 US|
|AMD EPYC 7443P||24 / 48||2.85 GHz||4.000 GHz||128 MB||12 MB||200W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$1337 US|
|AMD EPYC 7413||24 / 48||2.65 GHz||3.600 GHz||128 MB||16 MB||180W (cTDP 165 Down / 200W Up)||$1825 US|
|AMD EPYC 73F3||16 / 32||3.50 GHz||4.000 GHz||256 MB||16 MB||240W (cTDP 225W Down / 240W Up)||$3521 US|
|AMD EPYC 7343||16 / 32||3.20 GHz||3.900 GHz||128 MB||8 MB||190W (cTDP 165W Down / 200W Up)||$1565 US|
|AMD EPYC 7313||16 / 32||3.00 GHz||3.700 GHz||128 MB||16 MB||155W (cTDP 155W Down / 180W Up)||$1083 US|
|AMD EPYC 7313P||16 / 32||3.00 GHz||3.700 GHz||128 MB||16 MB||155W (cTDP 155W Down / 180W Up)||$913 US|
|AMD EPYC 72F3||8 / 16||3.70 GHz||4.100 GHz||256 MB||4 MB||180W (cTDP 165 Down / 200W Up)||$2468 US|
Both AMD EPYC and Intel Xeon 3rd Gen server CPU lineups will be going up against each other soon. AMD has so far been disrupting the server market space and gaining share by offering an insane value with their EPYC CPUs and their efficiency, node, performance, compute advantage within the space has increased by a huge factor in the last couple of years while Intel lacked by relying on the same process and architecture for years.
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