The Intel® Xeon® W-2275 Processor is a high-performance CPU designed for professional workstations and servers. Here are some key features and specifications of the Intel Xeon W-2275:
Architecture: The Xeon W-2275 is based on the Skylake microarchitecture and utilizes a 14nm manufacturing process.
Cores and Threads: It is an octa-core processor, meaning it has 8 physical cores. With Intel’s Hyper-Threading technology, each core can handle two simultaneous threads, resulting in a total of 16 threads.
Clock Speed: The base clock speed of the Xeon W-2275 is 3.3 GHz. It also supports Intel Turbo Boost technology, which dynamically increases the clock speed up to 4.6 GHz when needed, depending on the workload.
Cache: It has a total cache size of 19.25 MB, including an L3 cache of 19.25 MB.
TDP (Thermal Design Power): The TDP of the Xeon W-2275 is 165 watts. This indicates the maximum amount of power the processor will consume under typical workloads.
Memory Support: The processor supports DDR4 memory with a maximum capacity of 256 GB and a maximum speed of 2933 MHz. It has four memory channels.
PCIe Lanes: It provides 48 PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes, allowing for high-speed connectivity to peripherals such as graphics cards, storage devices, and networking cards.
Workstation and Server Capabilities: The Xeon W-2275 is specifically designed for professional workstations and servers. It offers advanced features and optimizations for demanding tasks such as content creation, 3D rendering, scientific simulations, and data analysis.
Security Features: It incorporates Intel’s security technologies, including Intel® vPro™ platform, Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT), and Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) for enhanced data protection and platform security.
Compatibility: The Xeon W-2275 uses the LGA 2066 socket and is compatible with select Intel C422 and C621 chipsets.