Introducing the new AMD Milan-X processors, improving upon the existing third-genereation EPYC processors with three times more L3 cache targetted to gain significant performance for High Performance Computing workloads. Along with the Milan-X processor, AMD has also introduced a multichip instinct MI200 GPU. This GPU is the first to support 128 GB of HBM2e memory, and delivers a substantial boost for applications critical to the foundation of science.
The AMD Milan-X Processor
The AMD Milan-X processors are an upgrade to the current 3rd Generation Milan-based processors, through its large 768 MB of L3 cache using AMD 3D V-Cache technology, designed for enterprise workloads that spill out of contemporary-sized caches such as structural analysis or Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). These processors are designed to accelerate the product development cycle and boost productivity.
Processor Technical Specifications
The AMD MI200 Instinct GPU
The AMD Instinct MI200 accelerators deliver industry-leading performances for data centers at scale. These accelerators are designed to power discoveries at exascale, enabling researchers to tackle the most pressing challenges. Based on the 2nd Gen AMD CDNA architecture, the AMD MI200 accelerators deliver a quantum leap in HPC and AI performance over competitive data center GPUs today. With the AMD Instinct MI200 accelerators and ROCm 5.0 software ecosystem, innovators can tap the power of the world’s most powerful HPC and AI data center GPUs to accelerate their time to science and discovery.