New information has emerged regarding Intel upcoming Sapphire Rapids-SP 56 core processor which is intended to be used in records centers.
In step with a new document from Tom’s hardware, hardware leaker YuuKi_AnS has once again furnished extra data at the chip large’s Sapphire Rapids processors after benchmarking them back in February of this year.
Same as its Alder Lake processors, Sapphire Rapids will grip Intel’s Golden Cove Cores, and Intel 7 node was previously called the 10nm increased SuperFin process.
Based on the screenshots Yuuki-Ans publish on Twitter, the leaked Sapphire Rapids-SP processor has 56 cores and 112 threads. While we don’t recognize how it’ll perform in real-world testing, the new chip is outshined by using AMD’s EPYC 7003 (Milan) chips having many as 64 cores and 128 threads.
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Intel Sapphire Rapids-SP processors
Additionally, with its 56 cores and 112 threads, Intel’s Sapphire Rapids-SP chip has 112MB of L2 cache and 105MB of L3 cache. Once though, the top-of-the-line EPYC 7003 beats it with as much as 256MB of L3 cache.
Once again though, Intel is making ready a Sapphire Rapids chip with up to 64GB of HBM23 memory while AMD’s Milan-X chips will function with 512MB of 3D V-Cache.
It’s also worth noting that the Sapphire Rapids-SP processor leaked through Yuuki-AnS is an engineering pattern so things could trade while the chip goes into manufacturing. Regardless, the leaked processor has a base clock of 1.9 GHz and may enhance up to a few.3 GHz. in the meantime, the single-center boost clock can reach speeds of up to 3.7 GHz.
Powering Intel’s Sapphire Rapids-SP processor would require a significant amount of strength because it has a 350W PL1 rating according to Yuuki-ANS’s screenshots and a 420W PL2 score. But, the real enforced strength restriction in the BIOS goes all the way up to 764W, and the chip itself can attain a max temperature of 99 levels Celsius.
Although Sapphire quickly was supposed to be released all through Q2 of 2022, delays have driven its launch to the 0.33 zone this year. These delays also mean that Intel’s new information center chip may also go up against AMD’s EPYC 7004 (Genoa) which could arrive around the same time.