Probably Raptor Lake. It's probably just misdetecting the number of threads as 48 instead of 32.What kind of weird CPU is this? Golden Cove? Raptor Cove? 2MiB L2$ indicates Server Golden Cove/Raptor Cove, but the Limited L3 is only 36MiB(1.5 MiB per Core, that is very low)
Details for Result ID Genuine Intel(R) 0000 (24C 48T 1.61GHz/5.2GHz, 12x 2MB L2, 36MB L3)
It's kinda different when you are losing money.Well, Intel execs starting to show their true colors again. Not going to shed any tears for their sales and marketing, especially given how grossly incompetent the latter has been, but it would be foolish to hope that the cuts end there. Guess the only thing to hope is that the cuts to engineering are minimal.
It's hard to change company culture. Intel has always been middle-management focused. Companies have laid off as much as 90% of their staff in an attempt to change culture.Instead of the cuts hitting the regular employees who just do the best they can, they should focus on revising the salaries of executives, managers and project leaders. I'm pretty sure there are tons who are getting paid way more than they are worth.
Skip around 13M they measure core power.This is platform power not core power.
Thats bad... Intel is behindXeon Sapphire Rapids-SP 2S Geekbench
Benchmark results for a Quanta Cloud Technology Inc. QuantaGrid D54Q-2U with an Intel Xeon Platinum 8480+ processor.browser.geekbench.com
78,000 points for 112 cores
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