In an unexpected move, Intel has introduced its workstation-oriented ‘Rocket Lake’ Xeon W-1300 processors to the ARK database. With a core count ranging from six to eight, all Xeon W-1300 processors feature HyperThreading and integrated graphics, making the Xeon W-1300 CPU a suitable foundation for a new entry-level workstation.
The 14nm Intel ‘Rocket Lake’ Xeon W-1300 processors are based on the W480 platform, supporting ECC DDR4-3200 memory, PCIe 4.0 devices (20 lanes), and AVX-512. The integrated GPU is the Xe-based UHD Graphics P750 with 32 EUs.
TDP ranges from 35W on the Xeon W-1390T, to 125W on the Xeon W-1350P/1370P/1390P. Base clocks also vary quite a lot, from 1.50GHz on the lowest TDP SKU, up to 4.00GHz on the W-1350P. As for the maximum turbo frequency, the W-1390P is the highest clocked of the bunch, capable of reaching a 5.30GHz clock. The 8-core parts come with 16MB of cache, while the 6-core ones feature 12MB of cache.
The following table shows the whole ‘Rocket Lake’ Xeon W-1300 line-up and respective specifications:
|CPU||Cores/Threads||Base clock||Max turbo frequency||TDP||CPU cache||Price|
Given that Intel added these CPUs to its database, we expect to see them available soon.
KitGuru says: Are you planning to build a workstation PC soon? Will you consider using a ‘Rocket Lake’ Xeon W-1300 CPU on the build?
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