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    Intel announces eight 'Cascade Lake' Xeon W-2200 CPUs

    The workstation equivalent of Core i9 10th Gen.
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    Re: Intel announces eight 'Cascade Lake' Xeon W-2200 CPUs

    yawn.... 1 TB of ram on a quad core?

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    Re: Intel announces eight 'Cascade Lake' Xeon W-2200 CPUs

    I wonder why they of sudden started to up the PCI lanes as well to something sort of useful as well :/

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    Re: Intel announces eight 'Cascade Lake' Xeon W-2200 CPUs

    "extends the Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology to the fastest for cores"

    I think you mean "four cores"

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    Re: Intel announces eight 'Cascade Lake' Xeon W-2200 CPUs

    I9 and AMD 12, which one is better?

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    Re: Intel announces eight 'Cascade Lake' Xeon W-2200 CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    yawn.... 1 TB of ram on a quad core?
    What is wrong with that when you can upgrade it to at least 18 cores? Nobody said you have to use it all, but surely some will (many out of the box in some use cases though likely much higher than 4 cores...LOL) and that is the point.

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