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RecentlyIntelIn a technical document, Snow Ridge appeared quietly, and the basic architecture diagram was finally made public:
You can see six Atom core blocks (Core Tile), each with its own last level cache (LLC), while integrating DDR4 memory controllers (two), Ethernet I/O, PCIe 3.0 I/O, PCH I/O.
It is understood that Snow Ridge will not use the traditional ring bus architecture, butNew Grid ArchitectureIn 2016, Knights Landing's Supreme Phi was introduced for the first time. In 2017, Skylake-SP's Superior Phi was introduced to support more cores flexibly and efficiently.
This implies that Snow Ridge's core number will not be small. Although only six core blocks are visible, considering that each of the strongest Phi blocks consists of two Atom cores, this is likely to be the case here, that is to saySnow Ridge is expected to provide 12 cores, not even excluding four cores per block, totaling 24 cores.
However, Intel specifically explained in the document thatThe above schematic diagram is only a possible configuration, and the number of cores and cache capacity of different models are different.
In terms of architecture, Snow Ridge is also expected to adopt a new Trement.This is the beginning of Atom's next three generations of new architecture, focusing on improving single-threaded performance and networkThe serverPerformance and endurance.