A Geekbench performance test of a monster chip from Intel has leaked out (thanks for the tip, Shaun Fosmark). While the exact nomenclature of the chip is not known, it appears to be a Skylake-EP Xeon part that was sent to the Google Compute Engine team for initial prototyping. This is consistent with the news we have been hearing about Google Compute Engine now offering extended core counts to clients of their service.
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According to Hardware.info and Google, these chips are already in use at Google, where the company’s cloud servers are benefitting from this huge chips.