Intel Ice Lake-SP Xeon 36-core 72-thread processor leaks
Intel’s unreleased high-performance server processor was exposed in advance. The server processor has 36 cores and supports 72 threads.
This processor belongs to the LSP series (Intel Ice Lake-SP) and still uses a 10-nanometer process, but this should be the first processor with 36 cores.
Of course, this processor is not for families and consumers, but the Intel Xeon processor series, which is mainly used in servers and large data centers.
From the information that has been revealed so far, there are a lot of new server processors coming out of the LSP family, including 14-core 28-thread and 32-core 64-thread versions.
The 36-core 72-thread version that was released this time is the latest processor discovered in the LSP family, and the data can be seen on a benchmark website.
From the data point of view, its single-core score is 946, the multi-core score can reach 35812 points, and the base frequency is 3.6GHz. However, there seems to be no data related to turbo frequency for the time being. In terms of cache, the processor’s L2 cache is up to 1.25 MB per core, and the shared L3 cache is 54MB.
As a comparison, AMD’s previously launched server processor can reach up to 64 cores, clocked at 3.4GHz with 256MB cache, and manufactured using a 7-nanometer process.