Leaked AMD EPYC Milan Specifications Tease Possible 64 Zen 3 Cores At 3 GHz

AMD EPYC Processor (Image credit: AMD)

Igor’s Lab has some new information on AMD’s forthcoming EPYC (codename Milan) processors. The site claims that fresh server chips are slated to replace the EPYC 7002-series (codename Rome) later this year.

We already know from AMD’s official disclosures that Milan, which probably adopts the EPYC 7003-series moniker, will undoubtedly debut with AMD’s next-generation Zen 3 microarchitecture. Predictably, AMD will continue to tap TSMC’s manufacturing abilities for Milan. Word around town is that the third-generation EPYC processors would benefit from the foundry’s improved 7nm+ process node, but both the foundry and AMD have changed the name of the 7nm+ node on their respective roadmaps, so that remains up for debate.

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