The next generation 56 core Xeon beats the Zen2 64 core tearer for the first time
The next generation 56 core Xeon beats the Zen2 64 core tearer for the first time.
Intel finally rushed to 56 cores! The next-generation Xeon beats the Zen2 64 core tearer for the first time.
Intel is about to release the next-generation Scalable Xeon code-named Sapphire Rapids , and the latest official disclosure has already shipped the first models to specific customers.
Sapphire Rapids will use the Intel 7 process technology similar to the 12th-generation Core, the Golden Cove architecture, and also support DDR5 memory, PCIe 5.0 bus, up to 56 cores and 112 threads (4 shields), and an optional version with integrated 64GB HBM memory.
The detection and identification of CPU-Z detection is not very accurate, only 52 cores and 104 threads are found, but the 105MB L3 cache should be correct, and the L2 cache should be 112MB (2MB per core).
The peak acceleration frequency is 3.8GHz, and the thermal design power consumption is 350W .
There are four running points, CPU-Z, CineBench R15, CineBench R20, CineBench R23 single-core are 515, 144, 414, 1079, multi-core are 55000 (obviously wrong), 8949, 29344, 79150, V-Ray It is 76710 points.
Compared with the 64-core thread tearer 3990X of the AMD Zen2 architecture, the multi-core performance of the CineBench series can lead by 12%, 17%, 6%, and 3%, respectively, with fewer cores but a victory.
Of course, AMD has released the Zen3 architecture thread tearer PRO 5000WX series , with a maximum of 64 cores, but because it is limited to workstations, there is still a lack of relevant test data, but according to the above performance gap, the two should be on the same level. .
In addition, the thermal design power consumption of thread tearer 3990W and PRO 5995WX is only 280W, which is 8 more cores than Intel, but 20% lower.
Intel finally rushed to 56 cores! The next-generation Xeon beats the Zen2 64 core tearer for the first time