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Today Intel showed off its next-generation workstation platforms. Headlining is a new Intel Xeon W-3175X 28 Core overclockable CPU. For mainstream Intel bumps core counts with the Intel Core i9-9900K 8-Core CPU and the X-Series refreshes as well.
Our Intel Core i3-8300 benchmarks and review find this low-cost server CPU to be an interesting value. With high single threaded performance, and capable multi-threaded performance for this price band, it is an interesting Intel Xeon alternative
As STH scooped about nine months ago, the new 960GB and 1.5TB capacities of Intel Optane 905P SSDs are out. Intel also posted specs on the 380GB M.2 Optane SSD.
We have our Intel Xeon D-2141I benchmarks and review. This 8-core Skylake-D solution packs excellent performance along with compact packaging to provide a unique value
We have a quick hardware overview of DeepLearning12, our 8x NVIDIA Tesla server with NVLink. This includes a short video tour of the Gigabyte G481-S80 server platform we built DeepLearning12 upon.
There is a buzz among customers and the channel that Intel Xeon Scalable deals are seeing more discounting activity when AMD EPYC is quoted as well. If you are buying a few dozen servers or more, it may pay to quote AMD EPYC and turn the process competitive.
Our Supermicro X11SCA-F review finds an adept workstation and server crossover motherboard that is equally adept at both roles. We can see this platform running in branch offices either with Intel Xeon E-2100 or Intel Core i3-8300 CPUs and making a great workstation and server platform.
We explore what may be the best balance in the Intel Xeon Scalable range in our Intel Xeon Gold 6130 benchmarks and review. This 16 core CPU is an example of a major upgrade over the previous Xeon E5-2600 V4 generation
We cover how at Hot Chips 30, Intel made some new disclosures around the next generation Intel Xeon Scalable dubbed Cascade Lake-SP or Cascade Lake. We cover speeds and feeds, Optane Persistent Memory, VNNI instructions, side channel mitigations. In the end, we issue a challenge to Intel.
Intel Publishes L1TF and Foreshadow performance impacts. These numbers may cause virtual private server providers to choose between their economic model and the security of their service