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AMD 64-core EPYC’Milan-X’ listed price exceeds 10,000 US dollars

AMD is expected to release its EPYC 7003 series processors with 3D V-Cache Later this year, a large retailer listed one of the CPUs on its website and even announced its pricing on Thursday. Of course, like all server processors, the flagship 64-core EPYC 7773X does not mean cheap, but naturally, the extra cache comes at a price.

This week, the major B2B retailer Zones, Listed AMD’s upcoming 64-core EPYC 7773X processor with 100-000000504 OPN code. Unfortunately, the company did not disclose when the CPU will be available. Instead, you must call to inquire about availability, but the price of the unit is $10,746.99.

Putting the numbers in context, the same company sells AMD’s current flagship 64-core EPYC 7763 processor for $9,424.99, just as @momomo_us. Although we don’t know the exact frequency and other specifications of EPYC 7773X, it’s obvious Additional 3D V-Cache There is its price, and it seems that the price is quite high. Of course, please keep in mind that it is difficult to say how accurate the product will be priced in a few months, so please be cautious.

(Image source: Zones.com)

AMD’s EPYC’Milan-X’ and some upcoming Ryzen processors use hybrid bonding technology (relying on TSMC’s SoIC process) to fuse additional 7nm SRAM cache chiplets with TSV’s direct copper-to-copper dielectric bonding Connect two molds on the computing chip. As far as Ryzen is concerned, AMD has placed 64MB SRAM chiplets on each processor chip to significantly improve the CPU’s L3 cache capacity and the performance of memory bandwidth-sensitive workloads.



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