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Intel: up to 60 cores confirmed for the Sapphire rapids processor?

Intel: up to 60 cores confirmed for the Sapphire rapids processor?

After months of speculation about the number of cores in Sapphire Rapids, Intel’s next generation of server processors, the exact number has finally been revealed.

Up to 60 cores for Intel’s Sapphire Rapids?

The number of Sapphire Rapids cores has been debated for several months, 56 cores? 60 cores? 72 or even up to 80 cores? The answer would finally be given to us, coming from YuuKi_Ans, who has already shared photos of a SPR processor, has just given us more detailed photos, allowing us to determine the exact number of cores.

Sapphire rapids die picture 56 core

The leaker gives us more detailed photos than last time, where we can see that on a module, there are 20 tiles, 15 of which are cores, giving up to 60 potential cores for a Sapphire Rapids with 4 modules and not 72 or 80. But to keep a good production and ensure availability, 1 core per module would be disabled, giving us a total of 56 cores as mentioned by YuuKi_AnS. For the characteristics of the present example, we are of course with an ES example (code name QVV5), having 28 cores with a frequency of 1.3 GHz. Intel Xeon Sapphire Rapids As a reminder, this generation of Intel server processors should have up to 56 cores, as previously announced on the recent roadmaps, with a TDP of up to 350W. These processors engraved in 10nm ESF will use Golden Cove cores (as for Alder Lake) and will bring new technologies, such as PCIE 5.0 and DDR5 but also embedded memory with up to 64 GB of HBM2.

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