LGA4189-4 and LGA4189-5, the new sockets for the Intel Xeon Scalable @ 10nm

by Kelvin
El Chapuzas Informático

TE Connectivity, the manufacturer of various types of connectivity solutions for computer systems, has revealed that Intel prepares no less than two new sockets for the next generation of Xeon Scalable CPUs, and these are the LGA4189-4 and LGA4189-5, which will be responsible for giving life to these processors with up to 56 cores and 112 threads processing under microarchitecture Ice lake to a manufacturing process 10nm.

Unfortunately, TE Connectivity did not reveal what the differences between the socket are P4 (LGA4189-4) and the P5 (LGA4189-5), but with 4 and 5 it is speculated that they are revisions around at maximum power capacity that can deliver or support Ice Lake CPUs, that is, with limitations depending on the number of cores used.LGA4189-4 and LGA4189-5


In addition to publicizing these new sockets for Ice Lake processors, these sockets are compatible with the PCI-Express Gen 4.0 interface and with memory settings Octa(8)-Channel (the supported memory configurations depend on the provider), which means that we are obtaining two additional memory channels compared to the current Intel Xeon next to a faster interface, or in other words, things will be matched with the new AMD EPYC processors.Intel LGA4189-4 and LGA4189-5

via: Anandtech

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