Mobile platform with up to 4 cores and a maximum frequency of only 4.1GHz. 10nm Ice Lake won’t be on the desktop, but will be in servers and data centers, and that’s Ice Lake-SP (platform code Whitely), which will replace the current second generation of Scalability, which will be released next month. Also launched is the 14nm Cooper Lake, both of which are the new LGA4189 package interface, but the latter is limited to the four-way and eight-way markets.
We’ve seen several suspected Ice Lake-SP processors exposed in test software before, but they’re 100 percent sure. Now, SiSoftware and GeekBench have a 24-core 48-threaded Ice Lake-SP, with a secondary cache of 1.25MB per core, a total of 30MB, and a third-level cache of 36MB.
By contrast, the Skylake architecture today is a 1MB secondary cache per core, with a 35.75MB three-level cache capacity of 24 cores.
The frequency is relatively low, the benchmark is only 2.2GHz, the maximum acceleration is only 2.9GHz, although said to be engineering samples can be understood, but from the current situation, this generation of frequency is really difficult to go up.
In addition, the CPU-Z database has a 6 core 12 thread ice Lake-SP, the frequency is also very low, only 2.2GHz, and strangely the external frequency is not 100MHz but only 25MHz, octave is 88x.
The secondary cache is also 1.25MB per core, for a total of 7.5MB, and the third-level cache is 9MB – the Skylake family is 8.25MB.
Previously there is a suspected roadmap from a vendor shows that Ice Lake-SP can do the highest native 38 core 76 thread, although far less than AMD 64 core 128 thread, but at least compared to the current 28 core 56 thread is much more advanced, but also will open PCIe 4.0, but if the frequency does not go, this generation to rely on what to attract customers?