CES 2019 - Normally these types of rumors are kept away for other sites, but Anandtech is reporting that according to "one of the boutique system integrators" on the ground at CES 2019 that Intel's upcoming Xeon W-3175X processor will cost "around $8K" at retail.
The last time we heard about Intel's upcoming 28C/56T processor was a few months ago when the price was meant to be closer to $4000, but now at double that it's a big difference between its competitor. AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper 2990X is a 32C/64T behemoth that only costs $1700, where you could buy not one or two, but four Threadripper 2990WX processors and have change compared to the rumored $8000 cost of Intel's flagship and still unreleased Xeon W-3175X.
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