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>> No.62149258
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>>62149203
>Unveiled in July 2017, Intel Xeon Scalable processors deliver breakthrough dual-socket performance[1]
>[1] Statements are based on new Intel products and features compared against historical Intel products and features.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

>> No.62149269

>>62149203

>introducting the new xeon entry-workstation

>For those situations where you don't quite need a workstation but you feel entry level doesn't quite sound right given your doing ai/vr and other meme activities

Jesus christ, how much fucking market segmentation do you need?

>> No.62149746

>>62149203
Why would I buy this over obvious Threadripper or EBYN?

>> No.62149799

>>62149203
>socket 2066
>xeon
Jewtel, please.

>> No.62151575

>>62149203
>still slower than epyc

>> No.62151662

>>62149203
Wait that's ungimped (ECC and 48 lanes) and soldered skylel-x.

>> No.62152113

>>62149203
>it doesn't even support memetane
HAHAHA

>> No.62152168

>>62152113
Well Optane is pretty much dead in consumer space.

>> No.62153033

https://semiaccurate.com/2017/08/29/amds-epyc-pummels-intels-new-xeon-w-workstation-cpus/

huhuhuh.

>> No.62153077

>>62149258
would have been quality, but
>HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

>> No.62153082

>>62151662
>soldered
Any source on that?

>> No.62153174

>>62153033
>With Epyc you get more cores, more performance per socket, more memory capacity, more PCIe lanes, and all for notably less money. Intel still wins, barely, on single threaded performance, something that has no place in the workstation market. In short Intel wins on nothing with the Xeon-W and SemiAccurate’s talks with large OEMs confirm this is reflected in sales figures. AMD wins this round, Intel didn’t even show up to fight.
Kek.

>> No.62153321

>>62153174
EPYC begins for servers, lack ports or form factor to workstations, AMD will release threadripper 32c/64th

>> No.62153463

>>62153321
They don't even need to when a 24 core Epyc costs $150 less than Intel's 18 core "HEDT".

>> No.62153541

>>62152168
J-just wait™ 2018 will be year of Optane

>> No.62153553

>>62153541
BUY OPTANE PLS. WE NEED THE RD MONEY BACK

>> No.62153690

>>62153553
Just buy some more shills.

>> No.62154444

>>62149203
>https://ark.intel.com/products/series/125035/Intel-Xeon-Processor-W-Family
Literally identical to i9 lineup except with ECC.
Would rather buy an i9/threadripper, this is trash

>> No.62154814
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62154814

>>62154444
checked
https://ark.intel.com/compare/126708,121499
BUY INTEL GOY

>> No.62155167

>>62154814
no

>> No.62155325

>>62149203
>meanwhile, in AMD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N156OYGQt0Y

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