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post #10091 of 10099 (permalink) Old 09-08-2019, 12:22 AM
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https://www.anandtech.com/show/14146...ow-with-optane

Look at the cascade lake prices, Intel can based off Xeon gold 6200, up to 24cores. They will remove upi links, 6->4 channels, 4S scalability, increase tdp and cut prices.
Still no proper defense against foreshadow and spongebob, so HT still needs to be disabled for full mitigation.

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According to Intel Foreshadow L1TF vulnerability has hardware mitigation in Cascade Lake.

https://www.phoronix.com/image-viewe...cadelake_3_lrg
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Yeah, after the lastest AGESA I ended my adventure with Zen2, really looking forward to what Cascade Lake X is going to do in terms of thermals, will it still have these insane delta between cores.

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Yeah, after the lastest AGESA I ended my adventure with Zen2, really looking forward to what Cascade Lake X is going to do in terms of thermals, will it still have these insane delta between cores.
My delidded 7980xe has small "thermal" delta between cores. Only delta is different "vid" on the cores. There is no insane delta

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I had both 7920X and 7980XE = 20*C between cores

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I had both 7920X and 7980XE = 20*C between cores

My peak difference is 12C in stresstest

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I had both 7920X and 7980XE = 20*C between cores
Mine would also be around 20C if the hottest core was hitting 80C or above for peak temperature. The difference narrows when the CPU is running cooler. I don't think Cascade Lake-X will "fix" this issue. Gamersnexus had a 9980XE with even wider deltas between cores and those were soldered just like Cascade Lake-X will be (most likely).

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