The filtrador Yuuki_Ans shared on the Internet a picture of a EPYC Milan AMD next generation which is expected to be marketed next year. The CPU-Z screenshot is not very detailed, but it seems that more than eight cores are referenced, it is probably 32. Supposedly we can have more than 32 cores in a next generation EPYC like the one in the capture since with Zen 2 we have up to 64 cores and Milan appears to continue with the same core count.
It would be an engineering sample from EPYC Milan based on Zen 3. According to the leaker, the single core performance of these processors would be on the same level as the higher-end Intel Xeons with a score of at least 500 points. If it is CPU-Z, we are facing a performance jump of 23% compared to the results of the EPYC Rome 7742 (Zen 2).
This performance increase is in line with rumors about AMD’s improvement in EPYCs with Zen 3 in architecture performance. The chip would come in a dual-socket configuration (2P). If these results are confirmed, AMD would have in its hands a winning trick not only in multithreading but also in a single core. Special mention that the best Intel Xeon has 28 cores compared to these more than likely 64.