asus rog dominus pictured, core i9 xcc bekræftet med funktion af 6-kanals hukommelse - Asus

ASUS ROG Dominus på billedet, Core i9 XCC bekræftet med funktion af 6-kanals hukommelse

This Tuesday at its Computex presser, Intel unveiled an unnamed 28-core/56-thread HEDT (client-segment) processor that's capable of being bench-stable at 5.00 GHz. The chip is a client-segment implementation of the Skylake XCC (extreme core count) silicon, which features 30 Mesh Interconnect 'tiles,' of which 28 are cores and two integrated memory controllers. The XCC silicon features a 384-bit wide (6-channel) DDR4 memory interface, and it turns out that whatever SKU Intel is planning, will require a different motherboard from your X299 board that can handle up to 18 cores and 4-channel memory. It will require a client-segment variant of the LGA3647 enterprise socket from the Purley platform. One of the first of these is the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) Dominus.

Dette kort er klart større end ATX, idet det enten er E-ATX eller SSI-formfaktor, og trækker strøm fra to 24-polede ATX, to 8-polede EPS og tre 6-pin PCIe, og har en garnant 16-faset VRM med to blæser til ventilator. Seks DDR4 DIMM-åbninger flanker stikket, tre på hver side, hver med sin dedikerede 64-bit brede sti til stikket. XCC-silicium har et 48-fils PCI-Express gen 3.0-rodkompleks, og så brættet kunne indeholde mindst to PCI-Express 3.0 x16, der er i stand til fuld båndbredde, blandt en bådbelastning af PCIe-baseret opbevaringsforbindelse og ombord-enheder.
Opdatering: This motherboard may have been a quick modification of the WS C621E SAGE, by removing one of its sockets, and modifying the rest of the board accordingly. Prototyping a board like that, for a company with ASUS' resources, would barely take 2-3 weeks by our estimate.