Intel announces Skylake Xeon-D 2100 series processors

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Intel announces Xeon-D 2100 series processors

  • Manufacturing Process: Intel’s optimized 14nm process technology featuring Intel’s Mesh Architecture
  • Maximum Core Count Supported: Up to 18
  • Maximum Base Frequency Supported: up to 2.2 GHz
  • Maximum Intel Turbo Boost technology 2.0 Frequency Supported (Single Core): Up to 3.0 GHz
  • Processor Cache Memory support: L2 is 1.375 MB/Core, up to 24.75 MB featuring rebalanced Intel Cache hierarchy
  • Processor Performance Support: Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology, Intel Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel HT), Intel Speed Shift Technology
  • Intel Advanced Vector Extension 512 (Intel AVX-512) Support: Up to 1 FMA support
  • Maximum Number of Processor Sockets Supported: One Socket
  • Thermal Design Point Range: Approximately 60 to 110 Watts
  • Socket Type and Size: Socket FCBGA 45×52.5mm
  • System Memory Support: 4 channels of DDR4 2666 MHz 2 DPC RDIMM and LRDIMM with ECC support
  • Maximum System Memory Supported: Up to 512 GB
  • PCI Express Gen 3 Support: Up to 32 lanes
  • Flexible High-Speed I/O (HSIO): PCI Express 3.0 — Up to 20 lanes, SATA 3.0 — Up to 14 lanes, USB 3.0 — up to 4 ports
  • Intel Management Engine: Intel ME 11.11
  • Intel Ethernet Support: Available integrated up to four, 10 GbE adapters with Accelearated Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) and native Software Fault Isolation (SFI)

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1.9ghz base, 2.5ghz boost @ 65W TDP for 8 cores seems worse than the old outgoing D-1541 @ 45W. What gives?
 
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