Intel to launch Sapphire Rapids on January 10, more details on paid software-based Xeon upgrades emerge
Next-gen Xeon CPU leaks with 56 cores and 350W TDP
Intel prepares feature to allow software-based processor upgrades
Intel is using heavy discounts on Xeon CPUs to stop AMD from eating its server lunch
Intel updates Linux with support for Sapphire Rapids' in-package HBM2e memory
A violent delidding reveals that Intel's Sapphire Rapids CPUs could have up to 80 cores
EVGA's SR-3 Dark motherboard for Intel's Xeon W-3175X arrives for $1,800
Intel's 10th-gen 18-core beats Core i9-9980XE by 11%, Ryzen remains faster
AMD 7nm Epyc Rome specs and prices leak: $5,000 for 64 cores
Intel readying Xeon Gold U-series to combat Epyc P-series
Intel shows off Xeon Platinum CPU with up to 56 cores and 112 threads
Intel's latest Xeon W-3175X is a 28-core, 56-thread unlocked processor
Intel launches the Xeon E-2100 and teases Cascade Lake Advanced Performance CPUs
We Test a $1,000 CPU From 2010 vs. Ryzen 3
#ThrowBackThursday Today we're going to have a bit of benchmark fun as we test out a processor we reviewed in 2010. The Core i7-980X was a hexacore beast, but how does it stack up 8 years later? To find out I'm going to compare it with a whole heap of modern processors, including the dinky little $100 Ryzen 3 2200G.
Lenovo reveals its powerful new ThinkPad workstations
Intel shows off Xeon roadmap through 2020, pushes 10nm further back
Intel 28-core fantasy vs. AMD 32-core reality
Intel set to face a big challenge from new Qualcomm server CPUs
Intel unveils Xeon-W line of CPUs, brings Skylake Server to workstations
The perfect case for our 32-thread dual-Xeon monster PC?
Building an Affordable 16-Core, 32-Thread Xeon Monster PC
#ThrowbackThursday Released in 2012 for a whopping $1,550, thousands of Xeon E5-2670 CPUs have hit the secondhand market as data centers upgraded their servers. This 4-year old CPU delivers 8 cores clocked at 2.6GHz with a 3.3GHz turbo frequency and a large 20MB L3 cache, but with supply overwhelming demand prices have plummeted. Or seen from another perspective: it's now possible to build an insanely affordable 16-core/32-thread beast for less than a flagship Core i7.
Here We Go Again: 40-Thread Xeon PC for less than a Broadwell-E Core i7
Following up to our popular 32-thread Xeon PC feature, we've been in the hunt for affordable Xeon processors based on more modern architectures. Our search put us on the trail of Intel's Xeon E5 2630 v4, a 10-core Broadwell-EP part (40 threads for 2 CPUs) that can be found for less - with a catch - so we put together a system to show off what's on offer here.