Launching on March 21st, the Milan-X series will be AMD’s first 3D V-Cache data-center processor. Featuring 4 SKUs, the EPYC 7003 series will come with options of 16, 24, 32, and 64 core parts. The 64 core is featured on the 7773X which is the flagship model. With a TDP of 280W, the 7773X will be priced at 8,800 USD. The 7573X will be a 32 core unit and comes with the same TDP, and will be priced at 5,590 USD. According to AMD, both these chips are designed for Finite Element Analysis and Structural Analysis.
The other two SKUs of 16 and 24 core respectively feature a TDP of 240W and are designed with Electronic Design Automation and Computation Fluid Dynamics. The 24 core 7373X will cost 4,185 USD and the 16 core 7473X will cost 3,900 USD.
Each of these chips features an L3 cache of 96 MB (64 + 32MB), which means a total L3 cache of 768 MB spread out across the entire 8 chip package. Interestingly, all four SKUs, including the one with 16 core, have the same cache at the end since they all have 8 dies enabled with their 3D V-cache.
The EPYC Milan X SKU has already been tested last month, as the 7003 series were made available to system integrators and OEMs.