Lenovo Lists Intel Cascade Lake Xeon CPU Lineup

Coincidence or not, Intel made two processor announcements one day ahead of AMD's Next Horizon event. The Santa Clara chipmaker disclosed its intentions to expand the Xeon family of processors with the upcoming Cascade Lake-AP (Advanced Performance) and Xeon E-2100 entry-level processors.

Intel also recently announced its Cascade Lake-SP (Scalable Performance) processors, but its announcement had very little technical information. The company also kept quiet about the planned models. Intel probably won't reveal those specifics until the official launch, which is supposed to be at the end of the year. However, Lenovo did the work for Intel and listed the entire Cascade Lake lineup with detailed specifications.

Lenovo's listing includes up to 39 different models from the Xeon Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum product lines. Curiously, Intel's confirmed 48-core Cascade Lake-AP monster wasn't among the processors listed. It's a good indication that the 48-core part isn't ready yet, and Intel is probably still putting the final touches on the chip. Cascade Lake-AP is expected to come out sometime in the first half of 2019.

Intel Cascade Lake Xeon Platinum Processors

ModelCores
Base Clock
TDP
Intel Xeon Platinum 8280M
28
2.7 GHz205W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8280L
28
2.7 GHz
205W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8280
28
2.7 GHz
205W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8276M
28
2.3 GHz
165W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8276L
28
2.3 GHz
165W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8276
28
2.3 GHz
165W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8270
262.6 GHz
205W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8268
24
2.9 GHz
205W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8260M
24
2.4 GHz
165W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8260L
242.4 GHz
165W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8260
242.4 GHz
165W
Intel Xeon Platinum 8260C
24 / 20 / 162.4 GHz / 2.6 GHz / 2.8 GHz
165W

Intel Cascade Lake Xeon Gold Processors

ModelCores
Base Clock
TDP
Intel Xeon Gold 6252
24
2.1 GHz150W
Intel Xeon Gold 6238T
22
2.0 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 6248
20
2.6 GHz
150W
Intel Xeon Gold 6230
20
2.1 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 6254
18
3.2 GHz
200W
Intel Xeon Gold 6240
18
2.6 GHz
150W
Intel Xeon Gold 6240C
18 / 14 / 82.6 GHz / 2.8 GHz / 3.1 GHz
150W
Intel Xeon Gold 5250
18
2.9 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 6242
16
2.8 GHz
150W
Intel Xeon Gold 5218
162.3 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 5128T
162.2 GHz
105W
Intel Xeon Gold 5117
142.0 GHz
105W
Intel Xeon Gold 5215M
102.6 GHz85W
Intel Xeon Gold 5215L
102.6 GHz
85W
Intel Xeon Gold 5215
102.6 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 6244
83.7 GHz165W
Intel Xeon Gold 5217M
83.0 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 5217L
83.0 GHz
125W
Intel Xeon Gold 5217
83.0 GHz
85W

Intel Cascade Lake Xeon Silver Processors

ModelCores
Base Clock
TDP
Intel Xeon Silver 4216
16
2.2 GHz100W
Intel Xeon Silver 4214
122.2 GHz
85W
Intel Xeon Silver 4214C
12 / 10 /8
2.1 GHz /2.2 GHz / 2.3 GHz
105W
Intel Xeon Silver 4210
102.2 GHz
85W
Intel Xeon Silver 4215
8
2.5 GHz
85W
Intel Xeon Silver 4209T
8
2.2 GHz
70W
Intel Xeon Silver 4208
82.1 GHz
85W

Intel Cascade Lake Xeon Bronze Processors

ModelCores
Base Clock
TDP
Intel Xeon Bronze 3204
61.9 GHz
85W
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  • DavidC1
    It says its a Xeon Platinum 8280M.

    It looks like its a Cascade Lake-SP not -AP. Has everyone forgotten about the regular Cascade Lakes already?
  • Reilly
    but can it run crysis?
  • bit_user
    Anonymous said:
    Lenovo's listing includes up to 39 different models from the Xeon Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum product lines.

    It would've been helpful to see a side-by-side list of equivalent Skylake-SP models. Otherwise, it's hard to see what might've changed.