This is the Emerald Rapids generation
The first leak has appeared on the Internet regarding the new Emerald Rapids generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, which will be presented on December 14 along with Meteor Lake .
The flagship Xeon Platinum 8592+ has been revealed, which will offer 64 cores, which does not yet look particularly impressive compared to AMD’s 96-core monsters. And relative to Sapphire Rapids, this is an increase of only 4 cores. All cores, by the way, will be large. Technically, these are Raptor Cove cores, like the current Raptor Lake.
The new CPU will receive 320 MB of third-level cache. The total with the L2 cache is already 448 MB. This will be one of the main improvements over the current generation Xeon Scalable.
The peak power of this Intel processor can reach 922W. 64-core Xeon Platinum 8592+ appeared on the Internet
The test sample had frequencies of 1.9-3.9 GHz, and all cores can simultaneously operate at 2.5 GHz. The production CPU is expected to operate at frequencies of 2.0-4.0 GHz.
The power limits PL1 and PL2 are 350 and 420 W, respectively. The peak reaches 764 W, but the CPU can be configured so that the value reaches 922 W.
The test copy in the CPU-Z benchmark scored 610 and 25,741 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded modes, respectively, but the result is not very good, which is apparently due to the unavailability of the software.