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Geekbench scores reveal Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

Geekbench scores reveal Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

Geekbench scores reveal Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

Geekbench scores reveal Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

 
New Geekbench scores have revealed the existence of Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU, which is said to be clocked at 2.3GHz and offer support for 6-channel memory. 
 
Previous announcements from Intel have suggested that Intel's Skylake-EP/Purley platform would max out at 28 cores and 56 threads, though rumours of a 32-core variant have been circulating for some time. 
 
It is also rumoured that Intel's new Purley platform will support AXV 512 instructions, and a new 100G Omni-Path interconnects, enabling servers with up to 8 CPU sockets. 

  

Geekbench scores reveal Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

 

In Geekbench this new CPU from Intel is able to achieve a score of up to around 4000 points with multi-cire scores of up to around 52000 points, marking this CPU as a real performer. Guru3D states that this CPU has a base clock speed of 2.1GHz, but that every core is boosting to at least 2.3.    

Below is a picture that showcases an Intel Broadwell-E CPU beside Intel's new LGA 3647 socket, showcasing the socket's huge increase in size compared to LGA 2011-V3 as well as the socket's hex-channel memory system. 

 

Geekbench scores reveal Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

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These benchmarks were conducted by Google, who are known to be an early test partner for Intel's new AVX 512 ready Xeon platforms, making these results as legitimate as they can get.  

 

You can join the discussion on Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPUs on the OC3D Forums.  

 

  

  

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21-03-2017, 12:21:45

Chopper3
That'll be a 'Silver' processor I imagine, probably an 'F' style 'integration denomination Quote

21-03-2017, 12:30:06

NeverBackDown
That's just effing huge!
No idea how they'll fit even 2 on a board, let alone get 8 stacked together.Quote

21-03-2017, 16:12:00

jorkev
This news is just coming the next day after AMD 16CoresQuote

21-03-2017, 17:35:40

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by jorkev View Post
This news is just coming the next day after AMD 16Cores
Not entirely related.
The 16core was about consumers.
This is for Supercomputers, HPC, DataCenter, or other high performance environments.Quote
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