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Intel Releases Ice Lake Server CPU's (10nm)


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In addition to increasing the core count from 28 to 40 over previous-gen Cascade Lake, Ice Lake provides 8 channels of DDR4-3200 memory (versus 6 channels of DDR4-2933), and supports up to 64 lanes of PCIe Gen4 per socket (versus 48 PCIe Gen3 lanes). With these enhancements, along with AVX-512 for compute acceleration and DL Boost for AI acceleration, Ice Lake delivers an average 46 percent performance improvement for datacenter workloads and 53 higher average HPC performance, generation-over-generation, according to Intel. In early internal benchmarking, Intel also showed Ice Lake outperforming the recently launched AMD third-generation processor, codenamed Milan, on key HPC, AI and cloud applications.

 

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