Leaks Claim That AMD 3rd Gen EPYC 7713 ‘Milan’ Can Destroy Not One, But FOUR Intel Xeon Platinum CPUs ( Screenshot from Facebook post of @AMD )
AMD 3rd Gen EPYC 7713 ‘Milan’ Zen 3 CPU’s leaks are now circulating the internet. Speculations suggest that the manufacturer’s upcoming product could support an 8-channel memory interface with up to 2 TB total capacity support.(Photo : Screenshot from YouTube)
Leaks Claim That AMD 3rd Gen EPYC 7713 ‘Milan’ Can Destroy Not One, But FOUR Intel Xeon Platinum CPUs
This possible feature could be either LRDIMM or RDIMM flavors. The new chip was first leaked by the SiSoftware database.
According to its report, the new motherboard was featured in the Gigabyte MZ72-HB0-00 server, which showcases support and two SP3 sockets for EPYC chips with TDPs of up to 280W. WCCFTECH also reported that it might have 128 threads and 64 cores.
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The leaked data revealed two CPUs were running with 256 threads and 128 cores shown. Each of them has L2’s 32 MB and L3 cache’s 256 MB for a total of 288 MB cache.
AMD 3rd Gen EPYC 7713’s clock speeds were rumored around 2.45 GHz. However, it wasn’t clarified if the data were from the boost or base clocks.
EPYC 7713 is expected to have faster clocks
Although the EPYC 7713 is still in its early stage, it is expected to have faster clocks once it reaches its final variant. Why? Because AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU’s entire lineup also saw a clock increase, together with 19% IPC improvements.
Four Intel Xeon Platinum CPUs are no match
When it comes to performance, Intel Xeon Platinum (Cascade Lake-SP) system might have trouble since AMD EPYC 7713 ‘Milan’ Zen 3 CPU can easily par or even outperform it.
Although AMD’s new motherboard has 2.45 GHz clocks, two of them can destroy not just one but four Intel Xeon Platinum CPUs. As of the moment, the latest CPU is in the fourth position in the Arithmetic tests chart.
It also beat the dual EPYC 7742 ‘Rome’ configurations, which run at much faster 3.39-3.35 GHz clocks. On the other hand, the first place is taken by 4x Intel Xeon Platinum 8280L CPUs, which is only 5% quicker compared to EPYC Milan Zen 3 configuration.
There’s no telling when will AMD’s EPYC Milan Zen 3 will snatch the top position.
People who are thinking about purchasing AMD or Intel’s new motherboards should consider the performance per $ value and the performance per watt that EPYC Milan can provide compared to Cascade Lake-SP.
AMD’s latest motherboard is expected to succeed in the current EPYC Rome lineup, which is a promising news. To help you understand the features better, here are their summary:
- 120W-225W TDP SKUs
- Pin Compatible With SP3 Socket
- DDR4 Memory Support
- PCIe 4.0 Support
- Launch in 2020
- Advanced 7nm Zen 3 cores (~64 core / 128 thread)
On the other hand, if you’re concerned with the new chip’s launch date, the tech giant manufacturer confirmed that EPYC Milan CPUs will begin shipping in late 2020, which is also the expected date of Intel’s Cooper Lake-SP 14nm and Ice Lake-SP 10nm CPU’s shipment.