Intel Xeon W-3275 with 28 cores spotted in Geekbench

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Intel unveiled the 28-core Xeon W-3175 (a consumer processor) a few month ago, however a new CPU has turned up at Geekbench listed as  Xeon W3275, and that sounds like a successor....

    Intel Xeon W-3275 with 28 cores in Geekbench
     
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    Undying Ancient Guru

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    You have 72threads(wow) so no wonder. Still, single thread performance on your chip is lower.
     
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    Okay, who can spot the discrepancy in this screenshot? If it is a Xeon processor, how comes the socet type iss an 1151 LGA? Even Supermicro says it's a 3647 LGA socket and not 1151 LGA...

    maybe this screenshot is not genuine...
     

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    could be a simple detection issue in geekbench, due to a new platform.



    mind you my platform is from circa 2015, but has 90mb L3 cache, and also my procs are turbo hacked(3.5ghz all 72 threads)
     
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    $3000? That's actually not too shabby [for Intel]. I still wouldn't buy it.
     
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    er557 Master Guru

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    each of my procs which beat this behemoth, actually have cost 500$ used on ebay
     
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    TLD LARS Member Guru

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    This looks like overclocked results, because the Intel base is 500MHz lower then the 32 core Threadripper that has 4 more cores.
     
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    threadripper per core performance is lower, also less efficient interconnect
     
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  10. waltc3

    waltc3 Maha Guru

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    $3k cpus are not "consumer" cpus, imo...;) It's a Xeon, after all. Yields must be horrifically bad, if the info is even legit. Threadripper is certainly "consumer", however.
     
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    Well Mr Bond, '' That was a fine remark there! Consumer cpu. ' :D
     
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    when my motherboard was out it was showing 1156 socket, (it is a twin 2011 V3), just a socket detection fail (can be show that it will be on a new socket too).

    Well as you said it is not so bad for a pro CPU, mine were 5000 each in their time... (but it wasn't me who paid them :) i bough them back at 255 each at the end of "usage time")
    And yes TR is normal consumer and Epyc is pro consumer (and really more expensive than TR)
    a kind like the intel X and Xeon, one is "entusiast with money" and other is "earn money with it".
     
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