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Intel Xeon E’Rocket Lake’ CPU leak list

It is said that the list of Intel Xeon E-series “Rocket Lake” processors for multi-purpose single-socket (1S) servers has been released by a well-reputed leaker. New processors with up to 8 cores and Intel Xe-LP graphics (select SKUs only) will be part of Intel’s entry-level server and embedded application platform code-named Tatlow. These chips have different core counts and relatively moderate clocks.

Intel has not updated its Xeon E product line since it launched the Xeon E-2200 series of processors based on the Coffee Lake microarchitecture in the second quarter of 2019. This may be because the Comet Lake design does not really bring many advantages to the target application. In contrast, the new Xeon E-2300 series CPU is supported by Cypress Cove micro-architecture, built-in GPU, Xe-LP architecture (optional unit), AVX-512 support, 20 PCIe 4.0 channels and DDR4- 3200 support . Compared with the previous generation of Xeon E-2200 series CPUs, this type of CPU provides significantly higher general-purpose performance, faster PCIe support and improved media processing capabilities (despite problems with media processing capabilities).



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