Xeon W-3400/2400 series will be released on February 15th

Intel confirmed that the Sapphire Rapids HEDT/workstation processors and corresponding Fishhawk Falls platforms will be released on February 15 this year, namely the Xeon W-3400 series and the Xeon W-2400 series. Its direct competitor is AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper series, which is still the Zen 3 architecture for the time being and has not yet been upgraded to the Zen 4 architecture.

It was previously reported that the Intel Fishhawk Falls platform will be released in the seventh week of 2023 (February 12 to February 18) and will be available in April. With the release of Intel’s fourth-generation Xeon Scalable processors (code-named Sapphire Rapids), as well as the Max series of CPUs (code-named Sapphire Rapids HBM) and GPUs (code-named Ponte Vecchio), the release time of the Fishhawk Falls platform was finally finalized.


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The Xeon WX-3000 series is equipped with up to 56 cores, supports up to 112 PCIe channels and eight-channel DDR5-4800 memory, while the Xeon WX-2000 series is equipped with up to 24 cores, and supports up to 64 PCIe channels and four-channel DDR5-4800 memory, with W790 chipset. In addition, the models with the “X” suffix support overclocking, which can be understood as the successor of the Core-X model.