AMD has announced at this year’s Taipei Computer Show that it will launch the Zen 3 Ryzen processor with 3D V-Cache. The CCD used by AMD’s EPYC processor is exactly the same as the CCD on the Ryzen processor. Therefore, it is not surprising that AMD introduced 3D V-Cache into the server field. At the meeting this morning, AMD released the Milan-X processor with 3D V-Cache.
Of course, AMD did not disclose the specific specifications of the Milan-X, if there are no accidents, the additional L3 cache will bring more power consumption. If the processor’s power limit is maintained at the limit of 280W, this will inevitably come at the cost of lowering the frequency.