Gaming PC

Intel’s Return to HEDT? Xeon W9-3495X Hits Geekbench

Intel plans to deploy Xeon W-2400 and Xeon W-3400 series processors for high-end desktop (HEDT) and extreme workstations on February 15, with first benchmark results leaking as their launch dates approach began toAs usual, this time Intel’s upcoming HEDT flagship, the 56-core Xeon W3495X Geekbench 5 database (via @benchleaks), which is evidence that the CPU is already being used.

Intel’s return to HEDT and the extreme workstation space is significant in and of itself. In recent years, AMD has effectively pushed Intel out of these markets with its Ryzen Threadripper processors. However, Intel’s Sapphire Rapids design allows Intel to re-enter the game with higher core counts, decent clocks and support for up to 4TB of DDR5 memory. Additionally, it looks like Intel will be offering multiple X-series models with unlocked multipliers for those looking to overclock their machines.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button