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    AMD confirms Epyc 7003 'Milan' launch event for 15th March

    Its first Zen 3 packing server CPUs were previewed at CES 2021.
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    Re: AMD confirms Epyc 7003 'Milan' launch event for 15th March

    Intel, beware! Beware! The ides of March?

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    Re: AMD confirms Epyc 7003 'Milan' launch event for 15th March

    The real question is how much more performance do they bring over Zen 2, i assume they'll use the same socket so will be drop in replacements.

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    Re: AMD confirms Epyc 7003 'Milan' launch event for 15th March

    I am waiting for laptops with amd, still poor choice.Zen 3 is not power hungry, as far as I read.

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    Re: AMD confirms Epyc 7003 'Milan' launch event for 15th March

    Performance per watt on Zen has always been pretty good.

    The gigahertz war is over, wide cores are the future. First we multiplied the cores, now we make them T H Y C C.

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