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post #1 of 69 (permalink) Old 10-06-2019, 10:01 AM - Thread Starter
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At the HPC-AI Advisory Council UK conference, AMD revealed new details about its Zen 3 and Zen 4 architectures, along with a roadmap that gives us the timeline and some key specs for its next-gen EPYC Milan and Genoa lines of EPYC data center chips. The presentation was uploaded to YouTube and then taken down in rather quick fashion, likely because the company wasn't ready to divulge these key details yet. We snagged a copy of the video before it was taken down and have some new details of AMD's future plans.
AMD's Milan will increase their CCX core count to 8.

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So at 8 cores per CCX that makes for a nice little 48 core CPU. With a dual socket board that's just a crazy number of cores.

I like it though. I'd buy one if I could.


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AMD's Milan will increase their CCX core count to 8.
That would be good for performance and efficiency.
Zen keeps getting better every gen, enough that one might regret not waiting.

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I wonder if it will get an IO die shrink to 12nm? A smaller die should use less power.

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AMD's Milan will increase their CCX core count to 8.
So Milan is basically Zen 3? Is that why they called it Zen 3 instead of 2+ because it involved a true major architecture changes?

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I wonder if it will get an IO die shrink to 12nm? A smaller die should use less power.
According to the slides I remember the IO die is already on 12 nm.

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Wonder if Lisa's boyfriend is italian since all this love for italian cities is new to me.....

8 core ccx would definitely help in gaming tasks (and productive/datacenter things to but....I just don't care), it will still be a AM4 process btw? Becasue since my next cpu will be a 8 core cpu I could skip the 3800X and jump on the new 8 core 4xxxx and be ok until complete climate breakdown....

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Wonder if Lisa's boyfriend is italian since all this love for italian cities is new to me.....

8 core ccx would definitely help in gaming tasks (and productive/datacenter things to but....I just don't care), it will still be a AM4 process btw? Becasue since my next cpu will be a 8 core cpu I could skip the 3800X and jump on the new 8 core 4xxxx and be ok until complete climate breakdown....
If you read the slide you will know its compatible with current socket like AM4. There is no changes to DDR4, PCIe 4.0 and core count. So it should work like Ryzen 1000 to 3000s

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