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Intel prepares software-defined Xeon CPUs: buy now, add features later

Intel released a repair (be found Fronix) Supports its Intel Software Defined Chip (SDSi) mechanism in Linux. This technology is suitable for the upcoming Intel Xeon processor and is designed to activate other chip functions after the processor is deployed.

The patch does not mention any specific features it wants to unlock or any specific Xeon Scalable processors it wants to upgrade (we think Sapphire Rapids), but it gives some general understanding of how it should work. Facts have proved that the entire process is purely software, so no hardware operations are required. Therefore, it can be done relatively easily.

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