Intel 10nm 14 Core Toe Exposure: Same-frequency performance jumps 54%

Recently we have seen from the GeekBench test database a suspected Intel 10nm Ice Lake-SP server platform 6 core model,media said compared to the existing 14nm products, multithreaded performance improvement of up to 118%, quite incredible, but the authenticity also needs to be tested.

Now, there is a new Intel 10nm Ice Lake-SP XEG processor in the SiSoftware database, the model is not known to show only the Intel 0000 words representing the engineering sample, the specification aspect 14 core 28 thread, the core base frequency 2.0GHz (acceleration frequency unknown), Second-level cache 17.5MB, third-level cache 21MB.

Currently codenamed Cascade Lake-SP’s second-generation escalable family is no 14 core, the earlier first generation only, but the third-level cache is only 19.25MB, so this new U can only be the next generation of 10nm new.

Intel 10nm 14 Core Toe Exposure: Same-frequency performance jumps 54%

So why not the next generation of 14nm Cooper Lake? Because of performance.

The test results show that the new 14 core 28 thread arithmetic performance 360.36GOPS, multimedia performance 1471.17Mp/s, high-precision encryption performance 23.04GB/s.

Intel 10nm 14 Core Toe Exposure: Same-frequency performance jumps 54%

What does that mean? Comparing a second-generation extensible gold medal 6132, two-way composition of 28 core 56 threads, the main frequency 3.2GHz case, can basically represent the architectural capacity of arithmetic performance of 749.80GOPS, replaced with the same core frequency, 10nm to lead by up to 54%!

If you look at multimedia performance, encryption performance, the same frequency increase is actually greater, reaching about 70%, 100%!

Intel 10nm 14 Core Toe Exposure: Same-frequency performance jumps 54%

Although the Intel 10nm process in the code-named also Ice Lake’s ultra-thin notebook platform performance in general, frequency does not go up, resulting in the overall performance of the general, had to continue to rely on 14nm to assist the support scene, but it seems to be continuously optimized, and finally can be more core server platform.

For a 14-core processor, 2.0GHz as a reference frequency is still qualified, depending on the degree of acceleration can be achieved, and can break through the current 28 core …