Specifications of Intel's Xeon W-2500 CPUs which will belong to the Sapphire Rapids workstation refresh household have actually been dripped.
Intel Preps Xeon W-2500 Mainstream Sapphire Rapids Workstation Refresh Family For 2024, Up To 26 Cores
Previously this year, Intel presented its Sapphire Rapids workstation household including Xeon W-3400 "High-End" and Xeon W-2400 "Mainstream" CPUs. The blue group now wishes to follow up with a revitalized household which will introduce next year under the Xeon W-3500 and Xeon W-2500 series. it appears like the specs of the chips are currently completed with YuuKi_AnS exposing the specifications sheet.
Much like this year's lineup, the Intel Xeon W-2500 "Sapphire Rapids" revitalize CPUs will embrace the exact same Golden Cove P-Core architecture and function assistance on the existing LGA-4677 socket on different W790 motherboards. The lineup has an overall of 7 SKUs which vary from 8, 10, 12, 14, 18, 22, and 26 core designs.
The leading SKU is the Intel Xeon W7-2595X which includes 26 cores & 52 threads which is 2 more cores and 4 additional threads than the present flagship, the Xeon W7-2495X with 24 cores and an overall of 48 threads. The chip includes a base clock of 2.8 GHz and an increase clock of 4.8 GHz while packaging 48.75 MB of L3 cache and assistance for DDR5-4800(4-Channel )memory. The chip is set up at a 250W TDP which is 25W greater than its predecessor. All chips will include 64 PCIe Gen 5 lanes and you can have a look at the rest of
the SKUs in the following table: Intel Sapphire Rapids-WS Xeon-2500/ 2400
|Mainstream Workstation CPU Specs:||CPU Name Household Architecture Process Node Cores/ Threads Base Clock Max Boost(TB 3.0)L3 Cache Memory Support Max PCIe Gen5 Lanes TDP (PL1/ PL2||)RCP Xeon||W7-2595X Xeon W-2500 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF'Intel 7' 26/52 2.8 GHz 4.8 GHz 48.7 MB 4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)64 Gen 5 250W TBD Xeon W7-2575X Xeon W-2500 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF'Intel 7'22/44 3.0|
|GHz 4.8 GHz 45.0||MB 4-Channel||DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5 240W TBD Xeon W7-2565X Xeon W-2500 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF 'Intel 7'18/36 3.2 GHz||4.8 GHz||37.5 MB||4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5||240W||TBD|
|Xeon W5-2555X||Xeon W-2500||Golden Cove (Mono)||10nm ESF 'Intel 7'||14/28||3.3 GHz||4.8 GHz||33.7 MB||4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5||210W||TBD|
|Xeon W5-2545 Xeon W-2500 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF'Intel 7'12/24 3.5 GHz 4.7 GHz 30.0 MB 4-Channel DDR5(2 TB||)64 Gen 5 210W TBD Xeon||W3-2535 Xeon W-2500 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF'Intel 7'10/20 3.5||GHz 4.6 GHz 26.2 MB 4-Channel DDR5(2 TB)64 Gen 5 185W TBD Xeon||W3-2525 Xeon W-2500 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF'Intel 7 '8/16 3.5 GHz 4.5 GHz 22.5|
|MB 4-Channel DDR5(2 TB)64 Gen 5 175W TBD Xeon W7-2495X Xeon W-2400 Golden Cove (Mono)||10nm ESF 'Intel 7'||24/48||2.5 GHz||4.8 GHz||45.0 MB||4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5||225W||/ 270W|
|$2189 Xeon W7-2475X||Xeon W-2400||Golden Cove (Mono)||10nm ESF 'Intel 7'||20/40||2.6 GHz||4.8 GHz||37.5 MB||4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5||225W||/ 270W|
|$1789 Xeon W5-2465X||Xeon W-2400||Golden Cove (Mono)||10nm ESF 'Intel 7'||16/32||3.1 GHz||4.7 GHz||33.7 MB||4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5||200W||/ 240W|
|$1389 Xeon W5-2455X||Xeon W-2400||Golden Cove (Mono)||10nm ESF 'Intel 7'||12/24 3.2 GHz 4.6 GHz 30.0 MB 4-Channel DDR5(||2 TB )64||Gen 5 200W/ 240W$ 1039 Xeon W5-2445 Xeon W-2400 Golden Cove(Mono)10nm ESF'Intel 7'10/20 3.1 GHz 4.6 GHz 26.2 MB 4-Channel DDR5(2 TB)64 Gen 5 175W/ 210W$839 Xeon W5-2435 Xeon|
|W-2400 Golden Cove(Mono )10nm ESF'Intel 7'8/16 3.1 GHz 4.5 GHz 22.5 MB 4-Channel DDR5 (2 TB)||64 Gen 5 165W/ 198W$669 Xeon W3-2425 Xeon W-2400||Golden Cove(Mono )10nm ESF'Intel 7'6/12 3.0||GHz 4.4 GHz 15.0 MB 4-Channel DDR5(2 TB)64 Gen 5 130W/ TBC||$529 Xeon||W3-2423 Xeon||W-2400 Golden Cove|
|(Mono )10nm ESF||'Intel 7'6/6||2.1 GHz 4.2 GHz 15.0 MB 4-Channel DDR5(2 TB)64 Gen 5 120W/ TBC $359 The Xeon W-2500 Refresh looks somewhat much better in the upgrade department versus the 14th||Gen Raptor Lake Refresh given that it not just uses more||cores and threads throughout||all SKUs however likewise gets a clock speed bump. All SKUs include 2 additional cores/threads over their predecessors however likewise embrace greater TDPs||. According to a previous report, the Intel Xeon W-3500 and Xeon W-2500 Sapphire Rapids revitalize household for workstations is anticipated to release in early||2024.||We may||get to become aware of it throughout Intel's CES 2024 discussion though the business normally does not make a great deal of sound when it concerns revitalize as we have actually seen with the 14th Gen Raptor||Lake launch|
|. The lineup will deal with AMD's Threadripper 7000 in the mainstream workstation classification which generally consists of 12||, 16 & 24 core alternatives||. If Intel were to maintain the||exact same rates for the Xeon W-2500 CPUs as the Xeon W-2400,||then we would get the 12-core Xeon W-2545 around||$839 United States||and the 18-core Xeon W-2565X around$1389 United States. The 26-core flagship ought to retail for around$2189 United States which ought to be||more affordable than the Ryzen Threadripper PRO
7965WX which retails at$2649 United States however greater priced than the DIY Threadripper 7960X which retails at $1499 United States. It will be fascinating to see how Intel costs its brand-new Xeon lineup however AMD certainly has a huge effectiveness and multi-threaded benefit with its Zen 4 architecture & Chipzilla will need to keep that in mind when launching the rejuvenated
lineup. News Source: YuuKi_AnS