- Oct 14, 2003
How do you explain 54 and 36 being the same then? Its 80W difference. It's a typo. It's 2GHz for 36 and 2.2GHz for 34. Only 34 and 36 are wrong. On that same list 2.3GHz version is at 35W higher TDP.This is base clock for sure because Broadwell-EP with Turbo clocks with 3.6 Ghz on several SKUs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadwell_(microarchitecture)#Server_processors
BDW didn't clock well in all segments and the first 14nm version wasn't great either, compare it with Skylake and even more Kabylake @14nm+. Higher base clocks for Skylake-SP are no surprise.
-34 is likely at 2.2GHz for 130W. 40 is 10W higher with 2.3GHz.
-54=36, it can't be true.
You'll be very disappointed if you believe it based on a typo.