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[Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz

Description:

Class: Server

Socket: FCLGA4189

Clockspeed: 2.9 GHz

Turbo Speed: 3.5 GHz

4Cores: 32 4Threads: 64

Typical TDP: 300 W4

Other names: Intel(R) Xeon(R) Platinum 8375C CPU @ 2.90GHz, Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C CPU @ 2.90GHz

CPU First Seen on Charts: Q3 2021

CPUmark/$Price: NA

Overall Rank: 48

Last Price Change: NA

Average CPU Mark

PassMark - [Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz (10)

85892

Single Thread Rating: 2470
Samples: 5*
*Margin for error: High

4The number of cores/threads and TDP is per CPU. To determine the total, multiply by the total CPU count.

CPU Test Suite Average Results for [Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz

Integer Math542,752 MOps/Sec
Floating Point Math293,569 MOps/Sec
Find Prime Numbers452 Million Primes/Sec
Random String Sorting226,722 Thousand Strings/Sec
Data Encryption113,891 MBytes/Sec
Data Compression1,893,833 KBytes/Sec
Physics6,292 Frames/Sec
Extended Instructions124,148 Million Matrices/Sec
Single Thread2,470 MOps/Sec

From submitted results to PerformanceTest V10 as of 25th of May 2024.

CPU Mark Distribution for [Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz

Submitted Baseline Distribution Graph as of 19th of May 2024

From submitted results to PerformanceTest V10 as of 19th of May 2024.
For distribution graph only: Results are trimmed to exclude outliers by disregarding the bottom 1% and top 1% of submissions.


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CPU Mark Relative to Top 10 Common Server CPUs
As of 25th of May 2024 - Higher results represent better performance
ProcessorAverage CPU Mark
[Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz85,892
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX76,009
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3975WX62,990
Montage Jintide C5418Y49,045
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3955WX40,368
Intel Xeon E5-2680 v4 @ 2.40GHz17,794
Montage Jintide C4215R14,672
Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz14,302
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 @ 3.50GHz10,421
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v2 @ 3.50GHz9,345
Intel Xeon E5-1620 v3 @ 3.50GHz6,994
CPU Value (CPU Mark / $Price )
As of 25th of May 2024 - Higher results represent better value
ProcessorCPU Mark / $Price
Intel Xeon E5-1620 v3 @ 3.50GHz538.38
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 @ 3.50GHz191.36
Intel Xeon E5-2680 v4 @ 2.40GHz84.76
Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz81.73
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v2 @ 3.50GHz40.64
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX31.67
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3955WX27.00
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3975WX26.26
[Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHzNA
Montage Jintide C4215RNA
Montage Jintide C5418YNA
Single Thread Rating
As of 25th of May 2024 - Higher results represent better performance
ProcessorAverage Thread Rating
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX3,312
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3955WX2,680
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3975WX2,660
[Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz2,470
Montage Jintide C5418Y2,341
Montage Jintide C4215R2,134
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 @ 3.50GHz2,123
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v2 @ 3.50GHz2,047
Intel Xeon E5-1620 v3 @ 3.50GHz2,015
Intel Xeon E5-2680 v4 @ 2.40GHz1,951
Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz1,795
Last 5 Baselines for [Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz
Most recent listed first
BaselineCPU Mark
BL5045699 - Sep 09 202384077
BL5021137 - Aug 24 202287329
BL5015486 - Apr 23 202277764
BL5014766 - Apr 08 202289872
BL5014762 - Apr 08 2022 [Excluded]81946

Additional baselines can be obtained using Windows version of PerformanceTest's Manage Baselines feature.

Popular comparisons for Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz
As of 25th of May 2024 - Higher results represent better performance
ProcessorAverage CPU Mark
Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz85,892
AMD EPYC 7543P vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C66,687 (-22.4%)
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C76,009 (-11.5%)
AMD EPYC 75F3 vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C68,505 (-20.2%)
AMD EPYC 7B13 vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C77,460 (-9.8%)
AMD EPYC 7643 vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C76,455 (-11.0%)
AMD EPYC 9374F vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C79,927 (-6.9%)
AMD EPYC 7573X vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C69,432 (-19.2%)
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5965WX vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C66,820 (-22.2%)
AMD EPYC 7J13 vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C84,786 (-1.3%)
AMD EPYC 7763 vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C84,522 (-1.6%)
AMD EPYC 7713 vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C82,666 (-3.8%)
AMD EPYC 7713P vs Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C80,373 (-6.4%)

PassMark - [Dual CPU] Intel Xeon Platinum 8375C @ 2.90GHz (2024)

FAQs

Why is Intel Xeon Platinum so expensive? ›

Intel Xeon processors are much more expensive because they often include more cores, feature advanced technologies, and are highly reliable for mission-critical applications.

What is Intel Xeon Platinum used for? ›

Intel® Xeon® Platinum Processor

With built-in accelerators for AI, deep learning, data compression, analytics, and more, Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors deliver innovation and performance for the most in-demand workload requirements.

Is Xeon Platinum better than gold? ›

Overall, the differences between the Intel Xeon Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum processors primarily relate to their performance, features, and price, with Bronze being the entry-level processor and Platinum being the highest-end processor.

Is The Intel Xeon processor dual core? ›

The proven 64-bit computing of the Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5000 series gives you additional application headroom, proven reliability, lower power consumption, memory flexibility, and increased security.

What are the disadvantages of Xeon processor? ›

Some shortcomings that make Xeon processors unsuitable for most consumer-grade desktop PCs include lower clock rates at the same price point (since servers run more tasks in parallel than desktops, core counts are more important than clock rates), and, usually, the lack of an integrated graphics processing unit (GPU).

Why is Xeon better than i7? ›

But the big differentiator is support for Error Correcting Code (ECC) memory, a server-grade feature that makes Xeon chips especially valuable in workstations performing demanding, mission-critical calculations.

Is Intel Xeon good or bad? ›

Xeon processors are ideal for servers and workstations as they have a little bit more processing capability. Core processors are ideal for laptops, desktops and particularly for gaming PCs.

Is Intel Xeon high-end? ›

Breakthrough Compute Architecture

Intel Xeon W-3400 and Intel Xeon W-2400 processors represent an architectural turning point in power and scalability for professional high-end compute needs.

Why is Xeon better than i9? ›

The Xeon processors are designed for businesses and offer more stability and reliability than the Core i9. They also have more cache, meaning that they can store more data for faster access.

Which Intel Xeon is best? ›

2- Intel Xeon P18733-L21

Designed for enterprise-level servers, this processor combines a high core count with advanced technologies, providing a balanced solution for data-intensive applications. Its reliability and support for virtualization make it a top choice for businesses seeking a robust server infrastructure.

When did the Xeon Platinum processor come out? ›

Intel Xeon Platinum Processor
Product NameLaunch Date
Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8358 Processor (48M Cache, 2.60 GHz)Q2'21
Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8352Y Processor (48M Cache, 2.20 GHz)Q2'21
Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8380 Processor (60M Cache, 2.30 GHz)Q2'21
Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8351N Processor (54M Cache, 2.40 GHz)Q2'21
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How many cores does Intel Xeon Platinum have? ›

Intel Xeon Platinum 8253 2.20GHz Sixteen Core Processor, 16C/32T, 10.4GT/s, 22M Cache, Turbo, HT (125W) DDR4-2933. Price inclusive of GST. Free Delivery. The Intel Xeon® Platinum 8253 2.20GHz Sixteen Core Processor enhances the performance and the speed of your system.

Why is Intel Xeon so expensive? ›

Numerous Cores

In addition to the potential of multiple CPU benefits, Xeons can feature multiple cores. In general Xeon processors can have a maximum of 48 cores whereas core I7 processors can possess a maximum of 8 cores. Due to the complexity of increasing the core count, Xeon processors are quite expensive.

Did Intel discontinue Xeon? ›

The product discontinuation applies to both tray and boxed Cascade Lake Xeon processors. Intel listed 68 Cascade Lake products in its PCN (Product Change Notification) document. The chipmaker's customers have until April 26, 2024, to submit the last orders to their local Intel representative.

What is special about Intel Xeon? ›

Benefits In terms of performance, Xeon processors are designed to offer exceptional processing power, with multiple cores, high clock speeds, and large cache sizes. This allows them to handle even the most demanding workloads, including video rendering, scientific simulations, and big data analytics.

Which Xeon CPU is most expensive? ›

  • Fastest consumer CPU in the world is Intel 13900KS and last record was 9.2 GHz. ...
  • From consumer perspective, most expensive is some Intel Xeon Platinum, 56 cores and price of about $10,000. ...
  • But if we take into account accelerators like MI350X or H100, things change a lot.
Apr 17, 2024

Is Intel Xeon Platinum good for gaming? ›

While Xeon processors are primarily intended for servers, workstations, and professional environments, they are not typically the best gaming choice due to clock speeds, pricing, and compatibility.

Is Intel Xeon high end? ›

Breakthrough Compute Architecture

Intel Xeon W-3400 and Intel Xeon W-2400 processors represent an architectural turning point in power and scalability for professional high-end compute needs.

Is it worth buying Xeon? ›

When compared to Intel Core i9 processors, the Xeon product family has more cores (and therefore more threads) and when it comes to use cases, Xeon processors are ideally suited to businesses and great for server configurations.

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