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Intel confirms that Sapphire Rapids adopts Gold Cove architecture
Text: KK Wong / News Center
Since AMD released the 7nm Zen 2 architecture in 2018, the largest number of cores and threads embedded in the processor has been away from Intel, although Intel officially brought the new 10nm process to the next generation of Xeon Scalable processors in March. Mostly, it increased from just 28 to 40. However, some internet users previously dismantled the next generation Sapphire Rapids processor and found that there are up to 20 cores in 4 Chiplets, which means that a processor with 80 cores and 160 threads can be configured at most. Linux Engineer Andi Kleen is the latest more information on Sapphire Rapids.
It was previously reported that Intel will once again increase the number of cores in the next generation of Xeon-series Sapphire Rapids processors, from 40 to 56 in the third generation Xeon Scalable Ice Lake-SP, and will also support PCIe Gen5 and CXL 1.1 (Compute Express Link) memory and DDR5 / HBM2, etc.
However,Tomshardware Foreign Media Xeon’s next-generation Sapphire Rapids processor series is expected to provide more than 56 cores, and a more in-depth analysis of the Sapphire Rapids disassemble a video revealed by a mainland operator YuuKi_AnS, and Tomshardware referred to the disassembly process inside the device consisting of 4 small squares, each of which can See 4×5 CPU clusters clearly, so single tiles can have up to 20 cores, and 4 tiles can form core with up to 80 cores. Processors, of course, Intel may block some cores in order to increase CPU output. In this case, Sapphire Rapids might provide 72-80 cores.
Most recently, Intel engineer Andi Kleen was at Linux Kernel 上An update has been sent ( Discovered by Colacanth Dream Also revealed more information about the Sapphire Rapids processor. Andy Klein highlighted “Sapphire Rapids use Golden Cove, not Willow Cove,” confirming that Sapphire Rapids will use Golden Cove’s architectural core rather than the previously popular Willow. The core of Cove geometry.
The news has also confirmed that Sapphire Rapids will use the same Golden Cove processor architecture as the 12th-generation Core Alder Lake-S series, and will also be based on the enhanced new 10nm SuperFin process. Additionally, some motherboard manufacturers have revealed that they are developing new products for the core X-series based on Sapphire Rapids. Therefore, Intel may have new products in the field of HDET desktop processors that can be used in the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Series.
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