Tuesday, February 2nd 2021

AMD EPYC "Milan" Processors Pricing and Specifications Leak

AMD is readying its upcoming EPYC processors based on the refined Zen 3 core. Codenamed "Milan", the processor generation is supposed to bring the same number of PCIe lanes and quite possibly similar memory support. The pricing, along with the specifications, has been leaked and now we have information on every model ranging from eight cores to the whopping 64 cores. Thanks to @momomo_us on Twitter, we got ahold of Canadian pricing leaked on the Dell Canada website. Starting from the cheapest design listed here (many are missing here), you would be looking at the EPYC 7543 processor with 32 cores running at 2.8 GHz speed, 256 MB of L3 cache, and a TDP of 225 Watts. Such a processor will set you back as much as 2579.69 CAD, which is cheaper compared to the previous generation EPYC 7542 that costs 3214.70 CAD.

Whatever this represents more aggressive pricing to position itself better against the competition, we do not know. The same strategy is applied with the 64 core AMD EPYC 7763 processor (2.45 GHz speed, 256 MB cache, 280 W TDP) as the new Zen 3 based design is priced at 8069.69 CAD, which is cheaper than the 8180.10 CAD price tag of AMD EPYC 7762 CPU.
Source: @momomo_us (Twitter)
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5 Comments on AMD EPYC "Milan" Processors Pricing and Specifications Leak

#1
ratirt
When I hear "cheaper" this days about any product like CPU or GPU it kinda makes me laugh and cry at the same time.
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#2
roberto888
AMD EPYC 7763 processor (2.45 GHz speed, 256 MB cache, 225 W TDP)
The 7763 is 280W @AleksandarK
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
Thats still a lot better pricing than any new Intel offerings, so far.
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#4
Steevo
I remember having 256Mb of whole system RAM.

Seriously, with careful work you could run Windows 95 and or maybe 98 out of just the cache on that beast.....
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Caring1
Steevo
I remember having 256Mb of whole system RAM.

Seriously, with careful work you could run Windows 95 and or maybe 98 out of just the cache on that beast.....
3.1 would fly on that.
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