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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-18-2019, 03:33 PM - Thread Starter
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[Tom's Hardware] Intel 18-Core Cascade Lake-X CPU Enters Geekbench 4 Database

Source: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/in...cpu,40180.html

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The first Cascade Lake-X leak dates back to April where we got the first glimpse of a 10-core chip which, in all likelihood, could be the direct replacement for the Intel Core i9-9900X, although it is noteworthy that this is likely pre-production silicon. That means these chips could be subject to change before they come to market, though they are obviously coming close.

Today, an unknown 18-core part going by the codename Intel 0000 has shown up in the Geekbench 4 database. Both the Skylake and Cascade Lake families fall under the Intel Family 6 Model 85 identifier. However, the Skylake carries the Stepping 4, and the leaked processor has the Stepping 7 identifier, which means it's a Cascade Lake chip.

The 18-core Cascade Lake processor purportedly outperforms the Core i9-9980XE by 3.36% in single-core workloads and around 7.4% in multi-core workloads. This alone tells us that the previously detected operating clocks are inaccurate. Although the performance difference between the two generations of chips looks plausible, you should still take the results with a grain of salt. Being early silicon and all, there is still room for future improvement and tweakings.
I thought this socket was dead?
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I thought this socket was dead?
If all the 10 series from Intel brings is a ~3% performance increase... maybe this socket is dead.

I haven't been following Intel's future CPU plans much lately. I hope they have a little more up their sleeve than this.

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Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
If all the 10 series from Intel brings is a ~3% performance increase... maybe this socket is dead.

I haven't been following Intel's future CPU plans much lately. I hope they have a little more up their sleeve than this.
So it's running at same clock speed or what, i saw 2.19GHz vs 2.99GHz.

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I totally expect them to release a LGA 3647 HEDT lineup alongside the X299 lineup. Otherwise, intel's got nothing to go up against Threadripper this October.

18 Core X299 vs 16 Core Ryzen 3000
28 Core LGA 3647 vs 64 Threadripper
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Cool.

So when is the X299 chipset getting EOL'd for this release?

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28 Core LGA 3647 vs 64 Threadripper

lol. Im sure someone will probably try and claim anyone using these extra high core count CPUs should still only really care about single thread performance and Intel wins by 2% for double the price so they are obviously the far superior choice.

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lol. Im sure someone will probably try and claim anyone using these extra high core count CPUs should still only really care about single thread performance and Intel wins by 2% for double the price so they are obviously the far superior choice.
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A mere 2% to 10% at best, and that's if you really tweak the benchmarks lol. Its been a delight witnessing this level of butthurt from Intel. What does someone do that is pressed against a corner? Lash out in defense. It's natural that Intel reacts like this but they should be concerned about what AMD releases next. If the gap is closed as much this time, what will it look like next time?

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AMD is still lapping them in high performance workstation and server parts. More performance is better than nothing, but these kind of poultry numbers aren't going to change anyone's mind.
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While I am excited to see this level of competition, I am deeply annoyed at the pricing for motherboards. In the good old days you knew that the one charging you an ARM (get it? ) and a leg for something was INTEL. Nowadays to get something medium to high end, you dish out cash faster than Chuck Norris round house kicks 5 fluffy bunnies .

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