Intel Sapphire Rapids-WS Xeon Workstation CPUs Leak

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The reputable Enthusiast Citizen over at Bilibili is the source of the leak. This individual has divulged the CPU die specifications of at least 17 Sapphire Rapids-SP Xeon Workstation CPUs. These stock-keeping units (SKUs) will, as was to be anticipated, cover the Xeon W9, Xeon W7, Xeon W5, and Xeon W3 segments, and they will be available in Monolithic as well as MCM versions.

Family of Processors Provided by Intel Sapphire Rapids Xeon W9

Beginning with the Xeon W9 series, we have the Xeon W9-3495X, the most powerful Sapphire Rapids-WS chip. It has 56 cores and 105 MB of L3 cache, followed by the Xeon W9-3475X, which has 36 cores (82.5 MB L3 Cache).

Family of Processors Provided by Intel Sapphire Rapids Xeon W7

The Xeon W7 family includes a total of five different SKUs, which are broken down as follows: the Xeon W7-3465X (28 Core), the Xeon W7-3455 (24 Core), the Xeon W7-3445 (20 Core), the Xeon W7-2495X (24 Core), and the Xeon W7-2475X (20 Core). The Xeon W7 product family begins to differentiate between the Sapphire Rapids-SP family and the Xeon W-3000 and Xeon W-2000 product families, which will be discussed in a moment.

Family of Processors Provided by Intel Sapphire Rapids Xeon W5

The Xeon W5 family comes in second, with 8 different SKUs available for purchase. These include the Xeon W5-3435X (16 Core), the Xeon W5-3433 (16 Core), the Xeon W5-3425 (12 Core), the Xeon W5-3423 (12 Core), the Xeon W5-2465X (16 Core), the Xeon W5-2455X (12 Core), the Xeon W5-2445 (10 Core), and the Xeon W5-2435 (8 Core) SKUs.

Family of Processors Provided by Intel Sapphire Rapids Xeon W3

Lastly, we have the Xeon W3 lineup, the most entry-level segment with just two Xeon W-2000 SKUs, the Xeon W3-2425 (6 Core) and the Xeon W3-2423. Both of these processors belong to the Xeon W-2000 family. The Xeon W3-2423 will be the only SKU in the lineup that does not enable hyper-threading, meaning it will have 6 cores in addition to its 6 threads.

CPU Lineup Specifications for the Intel Sapphire Rapids-WS Xeon Workstation:

CPU NAMEARCHITECTUREPROCESS NODECORES / THREADSBASE CLOCKMAX BOOSTL3 CACHEMEMORY SUPPORTMAX PCIE GEN5 LANESTDP
Xeon W9-3495XGolden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’56/1121.9 GHz4.8 GHz105 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5350W
Xeon W9-3475XGolden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’36/722.2 GHz4.8 GHz82.5 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5300W
Xeon W7-3465XGolden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’28/562.5 GHz4.8 GHz75.0 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5300W
Xeon W7-3455Golden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’24/482.5 GHz4.8 GHz67.5 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5270W
Xeon W7-3445Golden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’20/402.6 GHz4.8 GHz52.5 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5270W
Xeon W5-3435XGolden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’16/322.1 GHz4.7GHz45.0 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5270W
Xeon W5-3433Golden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’16/322.0 GHz4.2 GHz45.0 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5220W
Xeon W5-3425Golden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’12/243.2 GHz4.6 GHz30.0 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5270W
Xeon W5-3423Golden Cove (MCM)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’12/242.1 GHz4.2 GHz30.0 MB8-Channel DDR5112 Gen 5220W
Xeon W7-2495XGolden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’24/482.5 GHz4.8 GHz45.0 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5225W
Xeon W7-2475XGolden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’20/402.6 GHz4.8 GHz37.5 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5225W
Xeon W5-2465XGolden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’16/323.1 GHz4.7GHz33.7 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5200W
Xeon W5-2445XGolden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’12/243.2 GHz4.6 GHz30.0 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5200W
Xeon W5-2445Golden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’10/203.1 GHz4.6 GHz26.2 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5175W
Xeon W5-2435Golden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’8/163.1 GHz4.5 GHz22.5 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5165W
Xeon W3-2425Golden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’6/123.0 GHz4.4 GHz15.0 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5130W
Xeon W3-2423Golden Cove (Mono)10nm ESF ‘Intel 7’6/62.1 GHz4.2 GHz15.0 MB4-Channel DDR564 Gen 5110W

Up to 112 PCIe Gen5 Lanes, 8-Channel DDR5, and an Unlocked Multiplier are included on the Fishhawk Falls Platform.

Now we will discuss the essential component, which is the platform. To power motherboards, the Intel Fishhawk Falls platform will use the W790 chipset, which will be available in two different varieties.

While the Xeon W3000 CPU lineup will feature an MCM design, supporting 8-channel DDR5 memory and 112 PCIe Gen 5 lanes, the Xeon W2000 CPU lineup will feature a Monolithic design, with 4-channel DDR5 memory and 64 PCIe Gen 5 lanes. The Xeon W3000 CPU lineup will feature an MCM design, supporting 8-channel DDR5 memory and 112 PCIe Gen 5 lanes.

In addition, the ‘X’ parts will have a design that is completely unlocked, which proves that users of HEDT computers will have access to motherboards that are ready for overclocking so that they can fine-tune their CPUs even further. A MESH interface will be implemented throughout the board for all CPUs.

According to the information provided to us last week, the Intel Sapphire Rapids-WS Xeon Workstation family is scheduled to be shown to the public for the first time in February, followed by an official launch in April 2023.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 vs Intel Sapphire Rapids-X HEDT CPUs:

CPU FAMILYINTEL SAPPHIRE RAPIDS-WSAMD THREADRIPPER PRO 5000
Process Node10nm ESF7nm
Core ArchitectureGolden CoveZen 3
PlatformW790TRX80/WRX80
SocketLGA 4677LGA 4096
Max Cores / Threads56/11264/128
Max Cache (L3)105 MB224 MB
Memory SupportDDR5-4800 (8-Channel)DDR4-3200 (8-Channel)
Max PCIe Lanes112 PCIe Gen 5.0128 PCIe Gen 4.0
TDPUp To 225WUp To 280W
LaunchQ1 2023Q1 2022
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