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CPU full core is more powerful NVIDIA Huang Renxun praises Intel processor: single core excellent

via:快科技     time:2023/3/29 20:00:20     readed:107

Since the 12th generation of Core, Intel processors have introduced two heterogeneous CPU cores: P core and E core. P core is of course the most powerful. The fourth-generation most scalable processor code Sapphire Rapids released in January this year is a full-core architecture with a maximum of 60 cores.

Sapphire Rapids adopts Intel 7 processGolden Cove large core architecture, designed to support 60 cores and actually enable 56 coresIt also supports new technologies such as PCIe 5. 0, DDR5 and CXL 1. 1. There is also a HBM2e version, using small chip technology.

CPU全大核更给力 NVIDIA黄仁勋点赞Intel处理器:单核出色

Compared with the previous generation of processors, the basic computing power of the fourth generation of Intel Xeon processors has increased by 53%, artificial intelligence performance has increased by 10 times, 5G vRAN performance has increased by 2 times, network & storage performance has increased by 2 times, data analysis performance has been improved by 3 times, and scientific computing performance has been improved by 3.7 times.

Compared with AMD's 96-core Zen4 architecture EPYC 9004 series processors, Sapphire Rapids does not have an advantage in the number of cores, but its single-core performance is very good. At the GTC conference a few days ago, NVIDIA CEO Huang Renxun also praised the performance of Intel processors, especially single-core performance.

Huang Renxun said that the reason why they chose Sapphire Rapids is to value its single-core performance in a variety of scenarios.The performance is excellent, and single-core performance is still necessary.

The performance is excellent, and single-core performance is still necessary.

CPU全大核更给力 NVIDIA黄仁勋点赞Intel处理器:单核出色

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