New Intel Xeon W-3300 processors are announced by Intel

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Let me guess, it will sell for about $20k?
     
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    Intel Xeon W-3300 Ice Lake SKUs
    
    W-3375    38 / 76    2500    4000    3300    57    270 W    $4499
    W-3365    32 / 64    2700    4000    3500    48    270 W    $3499
    W-3345    24 / 48    3000    4000    3700    36    250 W    $2499
    W-3335    16 / 32    3400    4000    3700    24    250 W    $1299
    W-3323    12 / 24    3500    3900    3700    21    220 W    $949
    I hope Intel give us x299 owners Icelake :D
     
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    Neo Cyrus Ancient Guru

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    These companies really need to stop using model numbers that are the same or very similar to to past products. There was already a Xeon W 3K series... it was 1st gen i7s, the server Bloomfield chips, more or less the same thing but the typical server stuff like ECC support and triple channel memory.

    I had one since Intel were selling reject i7 products at the time that had abysmal overclocking (and remember, back then the OC headroom was HUGE), and the only real way to avoid those reject samples flooding the market was to special order a server part, at least in Canada.

    I had a W3530 that OC'd far beyond what should be a higher clocking chip in the i7-960 (which Intel were selling at half the original MSRP since they started selling the reject samples). People thought they were actually getting a nice price on an Intel CPU for once, instead they got parts that failed to pass the initial requirements to be sold.
     

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