Professional overclocker der8auer and system builder Puget Systems has shared the first benchmarks of the new Intel Xeon W9-3495X 56-core processor. The CPU achieves, among other things, up to 70,000 points in Cinebench R23 with an average power consumption of 400 to 500 watts.
Der8auer has tested the processor In combination with ASUS Pro WS W790E-Sage motherboard, 128GB DDR5 memory and 360mm AIO water cooler. the HeadedCPU tested in Cinebench R23, among others, the chip achieved scores from 67,453 to 70,079 with record clock speeds of up to 2.9GHz on all cores. According to der8auer, the processor drew between 400 and 500 watts of power, with a peak of 516 watts.
The overclocker also tested the chip in Geekbench with all 56 cores clocked at 4.2GHz. Additionally, CPU power consumption was between 300 and 700 watts, with a short peak of 1097 watts. The processor achieved a multi-core score of 53,817 in Geekbench 5, with the current world record score of 48,025 with the Threadripper PRO 5995WX at 4.35GHz.
Bouget systems It also recorded its first benchmarks on Wednesday From the new Intel Xeon lineup online. In Cinebench R23 the CPU scored 64,738 points. Puget concluded that the new Xeon processors perform well in workloads that can use many cores, but that the CPUs perform poorly in some other workloads such as Photoshop.
With these initial benchmark results, the Xeon W9-3495X should display multithreaded workloads on par with the Threadripper PRO 5995WX chips, AMD’s current flagship model. This processor has a maximum of 64 cores and is based on Zen 3 microarchitecture. AMD will later release new Threadripper chips based on Zen 4 and up to 96 cores, although the company has not yet officially announced these CPUs.
Intel announced its new Xeon CPUs earlier this month. The processors are positioned as spiritual successors to previous Intel Core-X processors for high-end desktop computers. Xeon CPUs have more cores, PCIe lanes, and memory channels than Intel’s consumer processors. The top model, the Xeon W9-3495X, has a suggested retail price of $5,889. AMD’s current flagship, the Threadripper PRO 5995WX, has a suggested retail price of $6,499.
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