A netizen posted a sample of a suspected AMD epyc 7763 Milan ES processor and boarding pass, but then deleted it. But fortunately, some users on the forum found and saved the photos
The processor is supposed to be the final sample of the epyc 7763 processor, which was designed in 2019.
In addition, AMD said at a previous earnings meeting that the chip was delivered to companies in the quarter, which appears to be a new overestimate from the U.S. Department of Energy, but has not been released as of today.
Note: Intel’s early engineering samples are marked as ENGSAMPLE (ES) and the final test samples are QualSample (QS), while the AMD side does not seem to have this practice, but according to users, the “D” mark in the picture is the meaning of the final sample, which in theory is not different from the final shipped product.
The processor has 64 cores, 128 threads and 256MB of Level 3 cache, uses the latest Zen3 architecture at 2.42Ghz~3.53Ghz, is based on TSMC’s improved 7nm FinFET process, continues to use the SP3 slot, and offers 8 DDR4 memory channels and PCIe 4.0 support.
Although AMD doesn’t say so, AMD’s latest roadmap shows that Milan will enter production in the third quarter of this year and will be available by the end of 2020.