Intel Xeon Gold 5220 Maximum Load Temperature

High-end Server processor released in 2019 with 18 cores and 36 threads. With base clock at 2.2GHz, max speed at 3.9GHz, and a 125W power rating. Xeon Gold 5220 is based on the Cascade Lake 14nm family and part of the Xeon Gold series.
Price 55%
Speed 64%
Productivity 62%
Gaming 86%

Intel Xeon Gold 5220 Temperature Benchmarks

Intel Xeon Gold 5220 Load Temperature

Maximum Load Temperature
Xeon Gold 5220 Maximum Load Temperature Performance

The Xeon Gold 5220 sits between Xeon E5-2679 v4 and Xeon Platinum 8268. It is 1.2% lower than the Xeon E5-2679 v4 while being 1.2% higher than the Xeon Platinum 8268. The Xeon Gold 5220 takes a comfortable 6.9% lead over the Ryzen Threadripper 3960X. It even beats the Ryzen Threadripper 3970X. Xeon Gold 5222 demonstrates the benefit of 4-cores in a threaded game, leading Intel's Xeon Gold 5220 by a significant margin. Still, the Xeon Gold 5220 wields its 18-cores to great effect, beating the price-comparable Ryzen Threadripper models by 6.9% and sliding past the pricier Ryzen Threadripper 3970X. The Xeon Gold 5220's performance earns it the 37th place. Overall, the Xeon Gold 5220 is a low performer with its 18-cores and 36-threads in this benchmark.

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