Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

lihp

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very cool.

what market are you in? US? Mind telling us where you got the CPU from?
Europe, Ingram Micro. Was available like 10 days after I ordered. Getting the SSD prooves to be more of an isue.
 

gsrcrxsi

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Europe, Ingram Micro. Was available like 10 days after I ordered. Getting the SSD prooves to be more of an isue.
Since they only sell to businesses, I’m assuming you placed the order through a business account?
 

Patrick

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Supply of EPYC is very tight. I have not confirmed this but I have had several in the industry tell me AMD has basically allocated all of its supply for EPYC in 2021. So buying a chip as an individual may remain difficult unless something changes.
 

Wasmachineman_NL

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:rolleyes:


PS. I didn't say anything. Nada, Niente, Nichts, Norda, nothing....
It basically means that AMD and wholesalers like Ingram Micro rather not sell to us private/end-users because we're a very small minority, and AMD has contracts with hyperscalers for things like Epyc too.
 

lihp

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It basically means that AMD and wholesalers like Ingram Micro rather not sell to us private/end-users because we're a very small minority, and AMD has contracts with hyperscalers for things like Epyc too.
I know what was meant. And I was snickering ;)
 

AlphaG

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Supply of EPYC is very tight. I have not confirmed this but I have had several in the industry tell me AMD has basically allocated all of its supply for EPYC in 2021. So buying a chip as an individual may remain difficult unless something changes.
wow, that is pretty disappointing! Too bad I bought the RAM and motherboard already!