Intel exhibited 34-core Raptor Lake-S wafers working processors

Intel exhibited a wafer at its Innovation 2022 event that clearly marked the 34-core Raptor Lake-S. The 13th-generation Core desktop processor codenamed Raptor Lake-S has been released, and the highest model i9-13900K is 8 large cores + 16 small cores, that is, 24 cores and 32 threads. Therefore, the middle processor of the above wafer is probably the upcoming Xeon workstation processor, and the 34 cores are all large core designs.

It is reported that Intel's new generation of high-performance workstation processors will include the Xeon W-3400 and Xeon W-2400 series, which do not use the large and small core design on the Core but are all Golden Cove large cores.  The Xeon W-3400 series is designed with a maximum of 56 large cores and supports up to 4TB of 8-channel DDR5 memory; the Xeon W-2400 series has a maximum of 24 cores and supports up to 512 GB of 4-channel DDR5 memory.

Currently, Intel has not announced the release time of the new Xeon workstation processors.

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