The Intel Sapphire Rapids fourth Generation Expandable to Strong was originally scheduled for release in 2021, but due to numerous flaws and delays, only a few evaluation samples have been shipped to customers.Sources say the official release will not be until the second quarter of next year, a full two-year delay.
At Innovation, Intel showed off the new Xeon publicly for the first time, and for the first time ran a top-tier version of the 60 core.
Front photo, covered by the heat cover, or engineering samples.
On the back,New LGA4677 packageThe contacts are thick.
Show the server used,Eight channel DDR5 memory.
One of the characteristics of the Sapphire Rapids Supreme is the setA variety of dedicated accelerator modules, including Dynamic Load Balancer (DLB), Data Flow Accelerator (DSA), in-memory Analysis Accelerator (IAA), and Fast Assistant Technology (QAT), can accelerate specific loads and reduce CPU load.
Of these, QAT is transferred from the chipset to the CPU interior, and the others are completely new.
The CPU also supports advanced Matrix Extension (AMX), AVX-512.
Run a lot of test points, but also compared to AMD Xiao Long, but are server applications, not detailed, interested in their own see.