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Although there is a lot of knowledge about Intel's upcoming Xeon W2200 and Cascade LakeX CPUs due to the leaks earlier this month, the chip giant has released official details, which are expected to be a major problem for CPU makers. Intel
reiterated that these two CPUs are intended for the High-End Desktop Computer (HEDT) market and use Intel's deep learning acceleration technology. Compared to the company's existing HEDT CPUs, the chip's AI inference performance has increased 2.2 times. Additionally, Intel also announced that Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 will help demanding processes run better by distributing workloads to the fastest cores.
Although the number of cores is the same as the existing SkylakeX series, the 10th generation Cascade LakeX CPUs are different in that they increase the boost speed of a single core of Core i910980XE to a maximum of 4.8 GHz, and Core i910900X increases the core boost speed to 4.7 GHz. In terms of the
price, the retail price of the Core i910900X is 590 US dollars, while the retail price of the more powerful brother Core i910980XE is 979 US dollars. The pricing structure is significantly lower than that of the existing HEDT chip, among which the Core i99980XE is priced in 1979 US dollars. This is about half the price, which will definitely increase Intel's chances of competing with rival AMD and its third-generation Ryzen 3000 and Threadripper processors. The Cascade LakeX
CPU chip is expected to be available next month. The
Xeon W2200 series consists of eight different CPUs. Each model supports 72 PCIe lanes and up to 1TB of memory, as well as security measures such as Intel vPro and ECC. The top
is Xeon W2295, with 18 cores, 36 threads, 3.0 GHz base clock speed, 3.8 GHz Turbo boost, 4.8 GHz boost, and 165 W TDP. Intel will launch the Xeon W2295, starting at $ 1,333. Next up we have the Xeon W2275 with 14 cores, 28 threads, 3.3 GHz base clock speed, 4.1 GHz Turbo, 4.8 GHz
upgrade, and 165 W TDP. Pricing starts at $ 1,112. The
Xeon W2265 chip has 12 cores, 24 threads, a base speed of 3.5 GHz, 4.3 GHz Turbo, 4.8 GHz Boost, and 165 W TDP. The W2265 retail price is $ 944.
The series then continued to be refined with ten-, eight- and six-core variants and two quad-core models. The entry-level model Xeon W2223 is priced at $ 294, with a base clock speed of 3.6 GHz, 3.7 GHz allcore Turbo, and 120 W TDP.
Xeon W series CPUs are also expected to be available starting in November. The
performance improvement itself is worth mentioning, but what stands out is the unusually low price. Intel seems to be getting rid of its historical highs and becoming competitive, which is good news for builders and consumers. The CPU price war is heating up, and you won't see us complaining.