Intel unveiled the 10th generation CORE-X processors and XEON W-2200 chips


Intel unveiled the 10th generation CORE-X processors and XEON W-2200 chips

Intel unveiled the 10th generation CORE-X processors and XEON W-2200 chips

Intel introduced new Xeon and Core X series processors that deliver new levels of computing performance and acceleration. It provides hardware in artificial intelligence programs (AI acceleration) to those interested in the computer world. Along with the unveiling of the Xeon W and Core X series processors with more reasonable and suitable prices than before, the company has lowered the prices of many chips without The integrated graphics processor from the Core S series has also been reduced. Intel’s goal in offering these products is to attract content producers; While the X series is designed for general purpose users, the Xeon series processors are aimed at professional and high-end users. In addition to the number of additional processing cores and more lanes of the PCIe interface, Intel boasts capabilities such as faster and hardware-accelerated communication in artificial intelligence applications, via cable or wireless connections in its new processors. Although the new Intel processors will be available on the X299 motherboard chips, it is expected that manufacturers will launch new motherboards to support the newer capabilities of the mentioned processors.

Intel XEON W-2200 series

The W-2200 series processors from the Xeon family have eight members and are capable of supporting more than 72 PCIe lanes. This series of chips also supports ECC memory. In the W-2200 series processors, users will be able to perform operations such as 3D rendering with 18 processing cores and 36 threads in the best case. Intel has also announced the figures related to the boost frequency of each chip in single-core operation as well as in the case where all cores are boosted. For each chip of this series, the boost frequency in single-core mode is higher than when all cores are boosted. Also, the mentioned W-2200 series processors support more than one terabyte of RAM memory.

4.7
GHz

Processor name

Maximum number of cores and threads

Maximum thermal design power TDP

Number of PCIe 3.00 lanes in the processor Base frequency

Maximum single-core boost frequency

Maximum boost frequency when all cores are boosted Maximum single boost frequency Core with TURBO BOOST MAX TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Intel INTEL SMART cache memory Memory capacity Price
Xeon W-2295 18/36 165 watts More than 72 3.0 GHz 4.6 GHz 3.8 GHz 4.8
GHz
24.75 MB one terabyte $1333
Xeon W-2275 14/28 165 watts More than 72 3.3 GHz 4.6 GHz 4.1 GHz 4.8
GHz
19.25 MB one terabyte $1112
Xeon W-2265 12/24 165 watts more than 72 3.5 GHz 4.6 GHz 4.3 GHz 4.8
GHz
19.25 MB one terabyte $944
Xeon W-2255 10/20 165 watts more than 72 3.7 GHz 4.5 GHz 4.3 GHz 4.7
GHz
19.25 megabyte one terabyte $778
Xeon W-2245 8/16 155 watts over 72 3.9 GHz 4.5 GHz 4.5 GHz 16.50 MB one terabyte $667
Xeon W-2235 6/12 130 watts more than 72 3.8 GHz 4.6 GHz 4.3 GHz unknown 8.25 MB one terabyte $555
Xeon W-2225 4/8 105 watts over 72 4.1 GHz 4.6 GHz 4.5 GHz unknown 8.25 MB one terabyte $444
Xeon W-2223 4/8 120 watts more than 72 3.6 GHz 3.9 GHz 3.7 GHz Unknown 8.25 MB one terabyte $294

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In addition to the above hardware updates, Intel’s new processors with Deep Learning Boost, a set of technologies to speed up AI workloads are particularly accelerated It is related, they will be together. Intel is the only company that offers a complete line of elegantly designed products to handle the compute-intensive workloads used by professional users and enthusiasts every day. Therefore, systems based on Xeon W-2200 and X series processors are the first high-end desktop computers with Deep Learning Boost capabilities, along with hardware acceleration in artificial intelligence applications, new levels of Intel performance in managing workloads. The mentioned chips also support Wi-Fi 6 and the i225 Ethernet controller integrated circuit with a capacity of 2.5 GB. The new W-2200 processors will also support Thunderbolt 3 port.

Intel points out that the W-2200 series of Xeon processors will be very suitable for those content producers who use heavy multi-threaded software for video editing, 3D rendering and game code compilation. Frank Suki, Intel’s General Vice President and Executive Director of the company’s Desktop, Workstation and Channel Group adds:

Professional and hobbyist communities need product engineering that meets their specific and essential needs and Provide them with the most advanced technologies. This means the best hardware and software optimizations, but it also includes the injection of technologies such as hardware acceleration in artificial intelligence applications (AI acceleration). It doesn’t matter if you’re a data scientist, a filmmaker, or a project-based professional; Intel’s Xeon and Core X series provide high power and flexibility, enabling you to stay creative and competitive in your work, even under the most demanding workloads.

Intel Core-X series

Besides the Xeon series, Intel from The new series of Core-X processors was also unveiled. According to the rumors that were published earlier and revealed the specifications of this series of chips, it was expected that Intel would introduce the new series of Core-X processors sooner than this. However, the price tag of the mentioned processors and their release time were not known before. Intel introduced 4 i9 processors from the Core-X series. The company claims that the aforementioned processors will be fully unlocked; This means that there will be no limit for overclocking these chips. The flagship of this series is the i9-10980XE processor with 18 processing cores and 36 threads. The boost frequency when all cores are boosted in this processor is 3.8 GHz and in single-core operation it is 4.8 GHz. In the table below, you can see the specifications of the new Core X series:

In addition to increasing the number of cores, these 4 processors, like Intel’s Xeon series, support 72 PCIe lanes and also have Turbo Boost 3.0 and Intel’s Deep Learning Boost. Wi-Fi 6 support for faster wireless connection and i225 Ethernet controller integrated circuit with a capacity of 2.5 GB and Thunderbolt 3 port are other features of the new Core-X series chips.

Pricing and release time

The cheapest chip in the Xeon series is the W-2223 processor with a price of $294 and the most expensive chip is the W2295 with a value of $1,333. In the new Core X series, the cheapest chip, Core i9-10900x, has a price tag of $590, and the most expensive processor with its price of $979 is the Core i9-10980XE Extreme Edition chip. Intel has announced November as the time to start selling these processors.

Processor name

Maximum number of cores and threads

Maximum TDP thermal design power

Number of PCIe lanes 3.00 In processor base frequency

single-core maximum boost frequency

The highest boost frequency when all cores are boosted The highest single-core boost frequency with TURBO BOOST MAX technology TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Intel L3 cache Price
Core i9-10980XE Extreme Edition 18/ 36 165 watts more than 72 3.0 GHz 4.6 GHz 3 .8
GHz
4.8
GHz
24.75 MB $979
Core i9-10940X X-series 14/28 165 watts more than 72 3.3 GHz 4.6 GHz 4.1
GHz
4.8
GHz
19.25 MB $784
Core i9-10920 X X-series 12/24 165 W More than 72 3.5 GHz 4.6 GHz 4.3
GHz
4.8 GHz 19.25 MB 689 Dollar
Core i9-10900X X-series 10/20 165 watts more than 72 3.7 GHz 4.5 GHz 4.3
GHz
4.7
GHz
19.25 MB $590
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