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[TH] Intel 24-Core CPU Teases 10nm on Server Platform

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The Ice Lake Xeon processor in question surfaced with the Intel $0000 codename to disguise itself from unwanted eyes. The chip seemingly features 24 CPU cores and 48 threads. Geekbench reported a 2.19 GHz base clock and 2.89 GHz boost clock. The 24-core Ice Lake processor's cache design comes down to 1.25MB of L2 cache per core and a total of 36MB of L3 cache on the chip itself.
Exciting to see Cascade Lake's refresh.

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Good to see Intel finally has a full clock server CPU based on 10nm actually running.

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Good to see Intel finally has a full clock server CPU based on 10nm actually running.
These are ES. Hopefully intel can get these chips into the mid or high 3GHz range so we can see that high IPC get utilized.

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Exciting. 24 cores at nearly 3ghz is getting close. Especially considering ice lake enjoys a ~15% higher IPC than skylake or Zen 2.

Even still, I think they will need to increase both base clocks and boost clocks a fair bit to compete with EPYC or even existing Xeon products. Ideally, double or more the cores at some point as well.
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24 cores refresh from intel on 10mn while AMD has been on 7mn and is moving to 5mn+ is not what I would call "interesting" unless we're talking about how interesting it is to see intel cementing their place as second.

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Any sign of life out of intel at this point is news worthy. An AMD dominated CPU market isn't any better than an Intel dominated one.
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Any sign of life out of intel at this point is news worthy. An AMD dominated CPU market isn't any better than an Intel dominated one.
Whoa you live really close to me.

This is far from an AMD dominated market. AMD has the lead but things are way closer than they were with before ryzen. Intel and AMD are about neck and neck with AMD have a slight but clearly defined lead overall IMO.

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24 cores refresh from intel on 10mn while AMD has been on 7mn and is moving to 5mn+ is not what I would call "interesting" unless we're talking about how interesting it is to see intel cementing their place as second.
These Ice Lake chips won't have competition for their use case. Maybe with Zen 3 or 4 AMD will finally add specialized instructions but until then nVidia and Intel are the way to go for AI. They go up to 38 cores while Cooper Lake goes up to 48 cores.

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Whoa you live really close to me.

This is far from an AMD dominated market. AMD has the lead but things are way closer than they were with before ryzen. Intel and AMD are about neck and neck with AMD have a slight but clearly defined lead overall IMO.
Your opinion is wrong.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/14694...e-epyc-2nd-gen
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https://www.servethehome.com/amd-epy...mply-peerless/

+56% (15% IPC, 38 cores at unknown clocks) is not enough.

And by market share, Intel is still a vast majority for now. AMD has multiplied their server share several times over, but that are still around 5%.

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Whoa you live really close to me.

This is far from an AMD dominated market. AMD has the lead but things are way closer than they were with before ryzen. Intel and AMD are about neck and neck with AMD have a slight but clearly defined lead overall IMO.
On desktop it's pretty close. Enterprise customers are at the mercy of their vendors and sometimes pick parts on merits other than efficiency and performance, but that kind of brand loyalty doesn't last forever. Objectively, EPYC is a lot better for severs than Xeon is for most applications. Zen 3 and Zen 4 are on the road map, while Ocean Cove feels like a pipe dream and intel hasn't been able to scale ice lake at all until now... perhaps.

A mature ice lake will keep intel competitive with Zen 3, but the absence of definitely will not.
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