Leak Reveals Intel’s 14nm Xeon-D and Pentium-D Line-up




/ 4 years ago

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Intel first unveiled its Xeon-D processors, built on the 14nm Broadwell architecture and high-powered SoCs, way back in September 2014, but now, thanks to CPU World, we now have an updated line-up for both the Xeon-D and Pentium-D ranges, which now includes 12 and 16 core SKUs and caches of 18 to 24MB caches.

When we first glimpsed the Intel Xeon-D platform – formerly known as Broadwell DE – it consisted of the D-1518, D-1528, D-1537, D-1548, plus the Pentium D 1503, D 1507, D 1517. The updated line-up now includes the high-end Xeon D-1577, Xeon D-1567 and Xeon D-1557. The premier Xeon D-1577 boasts 16/32 cores/threads plus a 24MB cache. While the price is unknown, it is expected to launch during the 4th quarter of 2015.

The full updated line-up courtesy of WCCF Tech can be seen below:

SKUCores/ThreadsCacheTDPLaunch Date
Xeon D – 157716/3224 MB(TBC)Q4 2015
Xeon D – 156712 or 16 Cores (TBC)18 or 24 MB (TBC)(TBC)Q4 2015
Xeon D – 155712/2418 MB(TBC)Q4 2015
Xeon D – 15488/1612 MB45WQ4 2015
Xeon D – 15378/1612 MB35WQ4 2015
Xeon D – 15286/129 MB35WQ4 2015
Pentium D – 15194 or 6 Cores (TBC)6 or 9 MB (TBC)(TBC)Q4 2015
Xeon D – 15184/86 MB35WQ4 2015
Pentium D – 15174/46 MB25WQ4 2015
Pentium D – 15072/23 MB25WQ4 2015
Pentium D – 15032/23 MB17WQ4 2015


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