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Intel Xeon W-2245419

Intel Xeon W-2245

Intel Xeon W-2245
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  • CPU Speed
    8 x 3.90GHz
  • CPU Threads
  • Photolithography Size
    14 nm
  • L2 Cache
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    General Information
    Photolithography Size
    Smaller Size Indicates Newer Chip
    CPU Temperature
    If CPU temperature exceeds the maximum operating temperature, random resets and issues can occur
    Supported Instruction Sets
    Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX, Intel® AVX2, Intel® AVX-512°C
    Additional Multimedia or 3D Processing Instructions Added to CPU
    Usage Type
    CPU Usage Type
    CPU Socket
    Supported CPU Sockets
    Integrated Graphics
    With Integrated Graphics, No Need to Buy Separate Graphics Card
    Thermal Design Power (TDP)
    155 W
    Thermal Design Power (TDP) is the maximum amount of power the cooling system needs to dissipate. Lower TDP generally means it consumes less power
    PCI Express (PCIe) Version
    PCI Express (PCIe) is a high-speed expansion card standard connecting the computer to its peripherals. Updated PCIe versions offer higher bandwidth and improved performance
    64-bit Support
    A 32-bit operating system can only support 4GB of random access memory (RAM). 64-bit OS supports more than 4GB of RAM, enhancing performance and supporting 64-bit applications
    CPU Speed
    8 x 3.90GHz
    CPU Speed indicates how many processing cycles a CPU can complete in one second, considering all cores (processing units). It is calculated by adding the clock frequencies of each core, or for multi-core processors with different microarchitectures, adding each group of cores
    CPU Threads
    More threads mean faster performance, better for multitasking
    Turbo Boost Speed
    When CPU operates below its throttling speed, it promotes higher clock speeds for increased performance
    Unlocked Multiplier
    Some processors with unlocked multipliers can easily achieve overclocking, providing higher performance for gaming and other applications
    L2 Cache
    8.0 MB
    Larger L2 cache allows CPU and system to perform faster
    L3 Cache
    17 MB
    Larger L3 cache allows CPU and system to perform faster
    L1 Cache
    512 KB
    Larger L1 cache allows CPU and system to perform faster
    L2 Core
    Access to each core of the CPU, storing more data in L2 cache by accessing CPU’s every core
    L3 Core
    Access to each core of the CPU, storing more data in L3 cache by accessing CPU’s every core
    PASSMARK Result
    This score tests CPU performance using multiple threads.
    PASSMARK Result (Single)
    This score tests CPU performance using a single thread.
    Integrated Graphics
    Graphics Card Model
    Integrated Graphics Model Used by CPU
    Supports Multi-Monitor
    Integrated Graphics Supports Multi-Monitor
    Maximum Supported Monitors
    Maximum Number of Monitors Supported by Integrated Graphics
    Memory Type
    DDR4 2933
    DDR (Double Data Rate) memory is the most common RAM. Support for newer DDR memory brings higher maximum speeds and improved energy efficiency
    Max Memory Bandwidth
    93.85 GB/s
    This is the highest efficiency at which data can be read from or stored into memory
    Max Memory Channels
    More memory channels increase the transfer speed of data between memory and CPU
    Max Memory Size
    Maximum Size of Memory (RAM) Supported
    Supports ECC Memory
    CPU Supports ECC Memory
    Other Features
    Supported Instruction Sets
    Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX, Intel® AVX2, Intel® AVX-512
    Instruction Set is the set of codes that a CPU uses to perform certain functions
    Multithreading technology (like Intel's Hyperthreading or AMD's Simultaneous Multithreading) enhances performance by splitting processor’s physical cores into virtual cores (also called "threads"), allowing each core to run two instruction streams
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