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Old 05-06-18, 07:51 AM
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Intel to launch 28-core CPU before the year's end - Demoed at 5GHz on all cores

Don't expect this CPU to be cheap.



Read more about Intel's insane 28-core 5GHz processor.

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Something wrong here. Display shows its a 2.7 GHz part. Boosting to almost twice that on all cores ... Well if it could do that, and maintain it - it would not be called boost frequency. It would be it’s base frequency.

It least it seems like something is wrong.
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Competition FTW. They are really digging into their enterprise lineup now. I wonder how much stuff they will have chopped out/disabled from the xeon platinum processor that they are re-purposing.

I also dread to think what the power consumption is like at those speeds as the 7980XE pulls around 500W clocked to 4.6-4.8GHz and the xeon platinum 28/56 processors are listed as 205W at 2.5GHz. Still, it'll be almost drool worthy even if it comes in at the $8500 base price of it's xeon brethren.
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Something wrong here. Display shows its a 2.7 GHz part. Boosting to almost twice that on all cores ... Well if it could do that, and maintain it - it would not be called boost frequency. It would be it’s base frequency.

It least it seems like something is wrong.
Intel has undoubtedly overclocked their engineering sample for the WOW factor. They need to showcase their single-threaded lead over AMD, this is their way of doing that.
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Something wrong here. Display shows its a 2.7 GHz part. Boosting to almost twice that on all cores ... Well if it could do that, and maintain it - it would not be called boost frequency. It would be it’s base frequency.

It least it seems like something is wrong.
cinebench never reported the correct clock speed for me either,i doubt theres anything messy going on
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I assume it will be known as the "Core iMelt9"
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intel fears threadripper 2.
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intel fears threadripper 2.
Rightly so!
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Competition FTW. They are really digging into their enterprise lineup now. I wonder how much stuff they will have chopped out/disabled from the xeon platinum processor that they are re-purposing.

I also dread to think what the power consumption is like at those speeds as the 7980XE pulls around 500W clocked to 4.6-4.8GHz and the xeon platinum 28/56 processors are listed as 205W at 2.5GHz. Still, it'll be almost drool worthy even if it comes in at the $8500 base price of it's xeon brethren.
Assuming no voltage increase (unlikely) then the Xeon Platinum 28/56 processor would use around 410W plus a bit for efficiency losses at 5GHz. I would have to consult a engineering text book for the formula for calculating the power draw with a given voltage increase though but it is a exponential increase while clock speed increase is linear power draw increase.
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