Sold [FS] Xeon 8375C ES

life2b

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Xeon 8375C ES 2.8g 3.4g/3.6g 54MB (has 8375C engraved on IHS)

QVLP

Very, very powerful CPU

Ensure working on X12DPI-N6/NT6 motherboard.

If you need X12DPI-N6, tell me.

Otherwise, very early BIOS version needed on other motherboard.

$ 1,100 1,050 include tracked global shipping(EMS premium)

paypal only


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bayleyw

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Do you have info on the all-core/single-core turbo and TDP on this part? The 8375C is a 3.5GHz all-core 300W part and this isn't an 8375C, it's a 32-core Ice Lake ES with characteristics similar to an 8375C. It also doesn't appear to be a 3.5GHz part, since lscpu lists "CPU max MHz" as 3600.

Info about it running Windows with some benchmarks (CPU-Z, Cinebench) and HWInfo64 showing the stepping and clock speeds during the benchmarks would be super helpful, there isn't much info out there on Ice Lake ES'es yet. If it's actually a 300W sustained part the VRMs will require some serious cooling.
 

life2b

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Do you have info on the all-core/single-core turbo and TDP on this part? The 8375C is a 3.5GHz all-core 300W part and this isn't an 8375C, it's a 32-core Ice Lake ES with characteristics similar to an 8375C. It also doesn't appear to be a 3.5GHz part, since lscpu lists "CPU max MHz" as 3600.

Info about it running Windows with some benchmarks (CPU-Z, Cinebench) and HWInfo64 showing the stepping and clock speeds during the benchmarks would be super helpful, there isn't much info out there on Ice Lake ES'es yet. If it's actually a 300W sustained part the VRMs will require some serious cooling.
I didn't post photo, but it has marking on IHS, '8375C'. 2.8g, 3.4g/3.6g, 330w. Yes, it requires serious cooling. My original plan was to water-cool cpu and mobo. I can also provide CPU waterblock at good price, if anyone wants.
 

bayleyw

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I didn't post photo, but it has marking on IHS, '8375C'. 2.8g, 3.4g/3.6g, 330w. Yes, it requires serious cooling. My original plan was to water-cool cpu and mobo. I can also provide CPU waterblock at good price, if anyone wants.
I wonder if that's a remarked IHS, named CPU's are supposed to show the name in CPU-Z even if they are ES/QS.
 

bayleyw

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You can see IHS on attachments. I am also not sure about cpu-z.
Right, the IHS clearly says 8275C but the Chinese vendors are known to re-laser-mark IHSes with fake engravings these days. An 8375C QS would return "Xeon Platinum 8375C (ES)" as the name string in lspcu/CPU-Z; an engineering sample with a pre-production stepping returns "Genuine Intel?CPU 0000".

Did you get to the point where you were able to run standardized benchmarks? 7-zip isn't exactly a good way to gauge performance.
 

life2b

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Right, the IHS clearly says 8275C but the Chinese vendors are known to re-laser-mark IHSes with fake engravings these days. An 8375C QS would return "Xeon Platinum 8375C (ES)" as the name string in lspcu/CPU-Z; an engineering sample with a pre-production stepping returns "Genuine Intel?CPU 0000".

Did you get to the point where you were able to run standardized benchmarks? 7-zip isn't exactly a good way to gauge performance.
Any benchmarks you want? I already disassembled and packed. If you are interested in, I'll do benchmark.

But if you search about QVLP, it all shows same result.
 

RolloZ170

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I wonder if that's a remarked IHS, named CPU's are supposed to show the name in CPU-Z even if they are ES/QS.
you see the seller placed an additional marking "Platinum 8375C" on the right of "NA" to tell you whats inside, thats all.