In addition to its HEDT CPUs, Intel also has its new range of Xeon W-2200 workstation processors. There are eight new CPUs in total, which the chipmaker has just lifted the veil off of.
These chips range from the Xeon W-2223 all the way to the Xeon W-2295. In terms of clock speeds, base clock speeds start from 3.0GHz. Boosted clock speeds, on the other hand, going all the way to 4.8GHz.
Number of cores also vary quite greatly from one end of the range to the other. The Xeon W-2223 comes with four cores and eight threads, while the Xeon W-2295 comes with 18 cores and 36 threads.
The new workstation CPUs also come with Intel’s Smart Cache, ranging from 8.25MB all the way up to 24.75MB. TDP, on the other hand, ranges from 105W all the way up to 165W.
As for what the Xeon W-2200 series have in common, they all have up to 72 PCIe 3.0 lanes, support for four-channel DDR4-2933MHz memory, and support for Intel Optane memory.
The price of the Intel Xeon W-2200 CPUs are as follows:
- Xeon W-2295 – US$1333 (~RM5579)
- Xeon W-2275 – US$1112 (~RM4654)
- Xeon W-2265 – US$944 (~RM3951)
- Xeon W-2255 – US$778 (~RM3256)
- Xeon W-2245 – US$667 (~RM2792)
- Xeon W-2235 – US$555 (~RM2323)
- Xeon W-2225 – US$444 (~RM1858)
- Xeon W-2223 – US$294 (~RM1231)
Intel says that these new workstation CPUs will also be available in November, but did not specify an exact date.