News Intel Discontinues Its Overclockable 28-Core Xeon W CPU

Sep 2, 2021
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Dude, you seriously need to have some huge balls claiming this here, when everybody knows its not true:
"Market demand for the [Intel Xeon W-3175X] products […] have shifted to other Intel products," an Intel statement reads "
Everybody knows where it shifted too. TR, as called out by TH at the end of the article..
 
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Dude, you seriously need to have some huge balls claiming this here, when everybody knows its not true:
"Market demand for the [Intel Xeon W-3175X] products […] have shifted to other Intel products," an Intel statement reads "
Everybody knows where it shifted too. TR, as called out by TH at the end of the article..
AMD has made steady gains in the enterprise market, but Intel is still out selling AMD about 9:1 in this market. So significantly more customers are buying other Intel CPU's, not switching to AMD. Intel's 3rd gen scalable xeon's are 10nm and top out at 40 cores. Even if AMD wasn't in the picture, why would anyone be interested in a 28 core 14nm Xeon at this point?
 

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