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Intel, move over — this may be the most powerful CPU ever Tachyum Prodigy T16128


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The specifications of Tachyum’s Prodigy CPU are truly mind-boggling. The flagship variant comes with 128 64-bit CPU cores that can hit speeds of up to 5.7GHz. It also comes with 16 DDR5 memory controllers and 64 PCIe 5.0 lanes. As can be seen from the specs, this is a processor you may find in places that require high-performance computing.


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Tachyum Prodigy is an upcoming CPU for high-performance needs such as A.I., and it's truly going to be a beast. It comes with 128 cores and...




https://www.tachyum.com/datasheets/Prodigy PB 16128 v1.0_220510.pdf

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1 minute ago, J7SC_Orion said:


...figure low volume orders won't get access to (over-?) booked TSMC 7nm, 5nm nodes. Also, w/ 400,000 cores per 'chip', they can probably afford to clock the frequency in a leisurely manner.

Guess that's true.

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