Intel’s Xeon-W line of processors is similar to Intel’s Core X Workstation CPUs but comes with the added support for ECC memory and hence the ‘Xeon-W’ branding. It also has more lanes than x299 CPUs for PCIe. The fastest Xeon-W processor presently available is the Xeon-W 3275(M) 28 core 56 thread clocking up to 4.4GHz. This fresh leak from Sandra indicates a 26-core 52-thread SKU reduction is coming. This CPU was tested on the basis of the C621 socket based on an ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme.
The new CPU squeezes between the Xeon-W 3275 M thread of 28 core 56 and the thread of 24 core 48 3265M. So it’s pretty likely that Intel could name this new SKU the Xeon-W 3270M. Another interesting thing to note is that the new CPU’s TDP is 180W, lower than both the 3265 M and 3275M. Of course, this can be clarified by the reduced 4.1GHz turbo clock frequency on the current CPU, whereas the other 2 chips are up to 4.4GHz each.
|Intel Xeon-W 3275M||Intel Xeon-W 3270M (?)||Intel Xeon-W 3265M|
|L2 Cache||28 MB||26 MB||24 MB|
|L3 Cache||38.5 MB||35.75 MB||33 MB|
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