back to article If you liked AMD's Zen 2 Epyc server chips, you'll probably like its Zen 3 Milan processors

AMD on Monday showed off its family of third-generation Epyc server processors code-named Milan. This follows last year's Rome launch. Milan's Zen 3 architecture has already appeared in parts for desktop and laptop computers. On paper, Milan is a continuation of Rome, and evidence that AMD can ship chips to enterprises and …

  1. Smirnov

    System builders, such as Dell, HPE, and Lenovo, will offer the processor family, too, we're told.

    I believe it when I see it. Because so far all we got were a couple of rack servers with EPYC processors but for some reason for tower servers and workstations we're still stuck with intel (aside from a single model with Threadripper Pro from Lenovo).

    1. RichardBarrell

      Re: System builders, such as Dell...

      Are videogamers buying all AMD's desktop chips up from under you maybe? ;)

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