Cu(InGa)Se2 solar cells modeling is challenging due to their complex electronic structure, to the presence of interface states between layer and grains and to the microcrystalline structure of the absorber. Here we present a ISE-TCAD based realistic absorber 3D model, with the specific objective to take into account, among several effects, these challenging aspects. The CdS/Cu(InGa)Se2 solar cell is modeled as an array of columnar microcells, connected in parallel, mimicking the polycrystalline nature of the absorber. The model optical and electrical parameters are optimized based on a review of available experimental material characterization and realization results. Simulation outcomes are compared with experimental data in order to validate the model.