Background on Intel Xeon W-2200 Series
Intel's Xeon W series of processors are based on the Cascade Lake W architecture, which is similar to Cascade Lake X but has been adapted for workstation and server use. To that end, these CPUs have support for Registered ECC memory, higher RAM capacities, and a slightly increased PCI-E lane count compared to the enthusiast Core X series. The same socket 2066 is used, but in order to properly support the added feature set a different chipset / motherboard is required for the Xeon W processors.
|Product Line||Xeon W|
|Code Name||Cascade Lake-W|
|Number of Cores||14|
|Clock Speed||3.30 GHz|
|Max. Turbo Boost||4.60 GHz|
|Intel Turbo Boost Max 3.0||4.80 GHz|
|All-Core Turbo Boost||4.10 GHz|
|Thermal Output||165 W|
|Max Temperature||86 C|
|Virtualization Technology (VT-x)||Yes|
|Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)||Yes|
|Trusted Execution Technology||Yes|
Max memory speed is reduced to 2666MHz when configured with two DIMMs per channel.
Configure a scientific workstation with the Intel Xeon W-2275 3.3GHz 14 Core 19.25MB 165W.