normaly you are right. but cascade lake is a refresh, not a new platform like skylake was.I would have expected much lower frequencies on an ES. and that's AVX512?
With the AVX-512, due to the double register width of 512-bit, one opcode can do eight additions with double precision or 16 additions with single precision per clock. programs written with avx512 code is faster and shorter, but (today) not very portable to other platforms/processors.Now can someone ELI5 what AVX-512 is and what it improves?
I'm told it is a early 1st run/pre-production 8260L. That's why it shows B1/L1/R1 as revisions, as QS supposedly only went to B1.QDF: QS??
specs looking similar to the QPKD(A0), but with better stepping B1.
A very disappointing dual CPU non-Hyper-Threaded (48 core) 9260, and Hyper-Threaded (96 core) 15055.what is your CinebenchR20 score ?
found it.I'm told it is a early 1st run/pre-production 8260L.
the QS will have the same stepping than the matching production unit.as QS supposedly only went to B1.
I probably explained that wrong. I meant post-QS, pre-Retail, such as delivered to big players (like 3rd gen scalable xeons right now).some seller don't know what they sell.
that is stepping A0 (50655) not B1 (50657)
Only thing on the heatsink is "Intel Confidential" and no signs of alterations.what is the QDF ? Q??? (printed on the Heatspreader)