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Ice Lake
General information
LaunchedSeptember 2019 (2019-09)
DiscontinuedJuly 7, 2021; 3 years ago (2021-07-07)[1]
Marketed byIntel
Designed byIntel
Common manufacturer
  • Intel
CPUID code703E5
Product code80689
Performance
Max. CPU clock rate4.1 GHz
DMI speeds8 GT/s
Cache
L1 cache80 KB (per core):
  • 32 KB instructions
  • 48 KB data
L2 cache512 KB (per core)
L3 cacheUp to 8 MB
Architecture and classification
Technology nodeIntel 10 nm
MicroarchitectureSunny Cove
Instruction setx86-64
Instructionsx86-64
Physical specifications
Cores
  • 2–4
GPUGen11
Socket
  • BGA 1526
Products, models, variants
Product code name
  • ICL
Brand name
    • Core i3
    • Core i5
    • Core i7
    • Xeon D
Variant
History
PredecessorsCannon Lake (10 nm process)
Whiskey Lake (14 nm optimization)
SuccessorTiger Lake (10 nm optimization)
Support status
Legacy support for iGPU
Ice Lake-SP
General information
LaunchedApril 2021
Performance
Max. CPU clock rate3.7 GHz
Cache
L1 cache80 KB (per core):
  • 32 KB instructions
  • 48 KB data
L2 cacheUp to 50 MB
L3 cacheUp to 60 MB
Architecture and classification
Technology nodeIntel 10 nm Tri-Gate
MicroarchitectureSunny Cove
Instruction setx86-64
Instructionsx86-64
Physical specifications
Cores
  • up to 40
Socket
Products, models, variants
Brand name
    • Xeon Silver
    • Xeon Gold
    • Xeon Platinum
    • Xeon W
History
PredecessorCascade Lake (14 nm)
SuccessorsSame generation: Cooper Lake (14 nm, 4S/8S systems)
Next generation: Sapphire Rapids

Ice Lake is Intel's codename for the 10th generation Intel Core mobile and 3rd generation Xeon Scalable server processors based on the Sunny Cove microarchitecture. Ice Lake represents an Architecture step in Intel's process–architecture–optimization model.[2][3][4][5] Produced on the second generation of Intel's 10 nm process, 10 nm+, Ice Lake is Intel's second microarchitecture to be manufactured on the 10 nm process, following the limited launch of Cannon Lake in 2018.[2][6][7][8][9] However, Intel altered their naming scheme in 2020 for the 10 nm process. In this new naming scheme, Ice Lake's manufacturing process is called simply 10 nm, without any appended pluses.[10]

Ice Lake CPUs are sold together with the 14 nm Comet Lake CPUs as Intel's "10th Generation Core" product family.[11] There are no Ice Lake desktop or high-power mobile processors; Comet Lake fulfills this role. Sunny Cove-based Xeon Scalable CPUs (codenamed "Ice Lake-SP") officially launched on April 6, 2021.[12][13] Intel officially launched Xeon W-3300 series workstation processors on July 29, 2021.[14]

Ice Lake's direct successor in mobile is Tiger Lake, a third-generation 10 nm SuperFin processor family using the new Willow Cove microarchitecture and integrated graphics based on the new Intel Xe microarchitecture.[15] Ice Lake-SP was succeeded by Sapphire Rapids, powered by Golden Cove cores.[16] Several mobile Ice Lake CPUs were discontinued on July 7, 2021.[1]

Design history and features

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Ice Lake was designed by Intel Israel's processor design team in Haifa, Israel.[17][18]

Ice Lake is built on the Sunny Cove microarchitecture.[19][20] Intel released details of Ice Lake during Intel Architecture Day in December 2018, stating that the Sunny Cove core Ice Lake would be focusing on single-thread performance, new instructions, and scalability improvements. Intel stated that the performance improvements would be achieved by making the core "deeper, wider, and smarter".[20]

Ice Lake features Intel's Gen11 graphics, increasing the number of execution units to 64, from 24 or 48 in Gen9.5 graphics, achieving over 1 TFLOPS of compute performance.[citation needed] Each execution unit supports 7 threads, meaning that the design has 512 concurrent pipelines. Feeding these execution units is a 3 megabyte L3 cache, a four-fold increase from Gen9.5, alongside the increased memory bandwidth enabled by LPDDR4X on low-power mobile platforms. Gen11 graphics also introduces tile-based rendering and Coarse Pixel Shading (CPS), Intel's implementation of variable-rate shading (VRS). The architecture also includes an all-new HEVC encoder design.[20] On August 1, 2019, Intel released the specifications of Ice Lake -U and -Y CPUs.[21] The Y-series CPUs lost their -Y suffix and m3 naming. Instead, Intel uses a trailing number before the GPU type to indicate their package power; "0" corresponds to 9 W, "5" to 15 W, and "8" to 28 W. Furthermore, the first two numbers in the model number correspond to the generation of the chip, while the third number dictates the family the CPU belongs to (i3, i5, etc.); thus, a 1035G7 would be a 10th generation Core i5 with a package power of 15 watts and a G7 GPU.

Pre-orders for laptops featuring Ice Lake CPUs started in August 2019, followed by shipments in September.[22]

CPU

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GPU

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Package

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  • 10 nm transistors[10] (originally called 10 nm+ transistors in older naming scheme)[40]
  • New memory controller with DDR4 3200 and LPDDR4X 3733 support
  • Integrated support for Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)
  • Thunderbolt 3 support[41]

List of Ice Lake CPUs

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Ice Lake (mobile)

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Processor
branding
Model Cores
(threads)
CPU clock

(GHz)

GPU L3
cache

(MB)

TDP

(W)

cTDP (W) Price

(US$)

Base Turbo Series EUs Boost
clock

(GHz)

up down
Core i7 1068NG7 4 (8) 2.3 4.1 Iris Plus 64 1.1 8 28 $426
1065G7 1.3 3.9 15 25 12
1060NG7 1.2 3.8 10
1060G7 1.0 9 12
Core i5 1038NG7 2.0 1.05 6 28 $320
1035G7 1.2 3.7 15 25 12
1035G4 1.1 48 $309
1035G1 1.0 3.6 UHD 32 13 $297
1030NG7 1.1 3.5 Iris Plus 64 10
1030G7 0.8 9 12
1030G4 0.7 48
Core i3 1005G1 2 (4) 1.2 3.4 UHD 32 0.9 4 15 25 13 $281
1000NG4 1.1 3.2 Iris Plus 48 9
1000G4 12 8
1000G1 UHD 32
Pentium 6805 3.0 0.85 15 $161

Ice Lake-SP (Xeon Scalable)

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Xeon Platinum series

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Model sSpec
number
Cores
(threads)
Clock rate Turbo Boost
all-core/2.0
(/max. 3.0)
L2
cache
L3
cache
TDP Socket I/O bus Memory Release date Part
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
Xeon Platinum 8351N
  • SRKJ3 (D2)
36 (72) 2.4 GHz 3.5 GHz 36 × 1.25 MB 54 MB
225 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-2933 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904582702
$3,466 (equivalent to $3,897 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8352S
  • SRKJ8 (D2)
32 (64) 2.2 GHz 3.4 GHz 32 × 1.25 MB 48 MB
205 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904642802
$4,632 (equivalent to $5,208 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8352V
  • SRKJ2 (D2)
36 (72) 2.1 GHz 3.5 GHz 36 × 1.25 MB 54 MB
195 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-2933 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904571501
$3,993 (equivalent to $4,490 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8352Y
  • SRKHG (D2)
32 (64) 2.2 GHz 3.4 GHz 32 × 1.25 MB 48 MB
205 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904572401
$3,995 (equivalent to $4,492 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8358
  • SRKJ1 (D2)
32 (64) 2.6 GHz 3.4 GHz 32 × 1.25 MB 48 MB
250 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904572302
$4,607 (equivalent to $5,180 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8358P
  • SRKJ0 (D2)
32 (64) 2.6 GHz 3.4 GHz 32 × 1.25 MB 48 MB
240 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904599101
$4,523 (equivalent to $5,086 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8360Y
  • SRKHF (D2)
36 (72) 2.4 GHz 3.5 GHz 36 × 1.25 MB 54 MB
250 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904571901
$5,383 (equivalent to $6,053 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8362
  • SRKY3 (D2)
32 (64) 2.8 GHz 3.6 GHz 32 × 1.25 MB 48 MB
265 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904722404
$6,236 (equivalent to $7,012 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8368
  • SRKH8 (D2)
38 (76) 2.4 GHz 3.4 GHz 38 × 1.25 MB 57 MB
270 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904572001
$7,214 (equivalent to $8,111 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8368Q
  • SRKHX (D2)
38 (76) 2.6 GHz 3.7 GHz 38 × 1.25 MB 57 MB
270 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904582803
$7,719 (equivalent to $8,679 in 2023)
Xeon Platinum 8380
  • SRKHR (D2)
40 (80) 2.3 GHz 3.4 GHz 40 × 1.25 MB 60 MB
270 W
LGA 4189 11.2 GT/s QPI 8×DDR4-3200 6 April 2021
  • CD8068904572601
$9,359 (equivalent to $10,523 in 2023)

Xeon Gold series

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Model Cores
(threads)
Base clock Boost clock
(1-core)
Boost clock
(All-core)
L3 cache L2 cache TDP Price (RCP)
6354 18 (36) 3.00 GHz 3.60 GHz 39 MB 205W $2445 US
6348 28 (56) 2.60 GHz 3.50 GHz 3.40 GHz 42 MB 35.00 MB 235W $3072 US
6346 16 (32) 3.10 GHz 3.60 GHz 36 MB 205W $2300 US
6338N 32 (64) 2.20 GHz 3.50 GHz 2.70 GHz 48 MB 40.00 MB 185W $2795 US
6338T 24 (48) 2.10 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.70 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 165W $2742 US
6338 32 (64) 2.00 GHz 3.20 GHz 2.60 GHz 48 MB 40.00 MB 205W $2612 US
6314U 32 (64) 2.30 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.90 GHz 48 MB 40.00 MB 205W $2600 US
6342 24 (48) 2.80 GHz 3.50 GHz 3.30 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 230W $2529 US
6334 8 (16) 3.60 GHz 3.70 GHz 3.60 GHz 18 MB 10.00 MB 165W $2214 US
6330N 28 (56) 2.20 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.60 GHz 42 MB 35.00 MB 165W $2029 US
6336Y 24 (48) 2.40 GHz 3.60 GHz 3.00 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 185W $1977 US
6330 28 (56) 2.00 GHz 3.10 GHz 2.60 GHz 42 MB 35.00 MB 205W $1894 US
5318S 24 (48) 2.10 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.60 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 165W $1667 US
5320T 20 (40) 2.30 GHz 3.50 GHz 30 MB 150W $1727 US
5320 26 (52) 2.20 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.80 GHz 39 MB 32.50 MB 185W $1555 US
6312U 24 (48) 2.40 GHz 3.60 GHz 3.10 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 185W $1450 US
5318N 24 (48) 2.10 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.70 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 150W $1375 US
6326 16 (32) 2.90 GHz 3.50 GHz 3.30 GHz 24 MB 20.00 MB 185W $1300 US
5318Y 24 (48) 2.00 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.60 GHz 36 MB 30.00 MB 165W $1273 US
5317 12 (24) 3.00 GHz 3.60 GHz 3.40 GHz 18 MB 15.00 MB 150W $950 US
5315Y 8 (16) 3.20 GHz 3.60 GHz 3.50 GHz 12 MB 10.00 MB 140W $895 US

Xeon Silver series

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Model Cores
(threads)
Base clock Boost clock
(1-core)
Boost clock
(All-core)
L3 cache L2 cache TDP Price (RCP)
4316 20 (40) 2.30 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.80 GHz 30 MB 25.00 MB 150W $1002 US
4314 16 (32) 2.40 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.90 GHz 24 MB 20.00 MB 135W $694 US
4310T 10 (20) 2.30 GHz 3.40 GHz 2.90 GHz 15 MB 13.75 MB 105W $555 US
4310 12 (24) 2.10 GHz 3.30 GHz 2.70 GHz 18 MB 12.50 MB 120W $501 US
4309Y 8 (16) 2.80 GHz 3.60 GHz 3.40 GHz 12 MB 10.00 MB 105W $501 US

Xeon Bronze series

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There are no bronze series processors in Xeon SP Gen3.

Ice Lake-D

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Intel announced the next generation of Xeon D, codenamed Ice Lake-D in April 2021.[42] Intel official launched the Xeon D D-2700 series and D-1700 series CPUs at MWC 2022.[43] Xeon D D-2800 series and D-1800 series were announced on Dec 14, 2023.[44]

Workstation processors

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"Ice Lake-W3300" (10 nm)

  • PCI Express lanes: 64
  • Supports up to 16 DIMMs of DDR4 memory, maximum 4 TB.[45]
Model
number
Spec
number
Cores
(threads)
Frequency Turbo Boost
all-core/2.0
(/max. 3.0)
L2
cache
L3
cache
TDP Socket I/O bus Memory Release date Part
number(s)
Release
price (USD)


Xeon W-3375
  • SRKSX (D2)
38 (76) 2.5 GHz ?/4.0 GHz 38 × 1.25 MB 57 MB
270 W
LGA 4189 DMI 3.0 8× DDR4-3200 29 July 2021
  • CD8068904691401
$4,499 (equivalent to $5,059 in 2023)
Xeon W-3365
  • SRKSW (D2)
32 (64) 2.7 GHz ?/4.0 GHz 32 × 1.25 MB 48 MB
270 W
LGA 4189 DMI 3.0 8× DDR4-3200 29 July 2021
  • CD8068904691303
$3,499 (equivalent to $3,934 in 2023)
Xeon W-3345
  • SRKSU (D2)
24 (48) 3 GHz ?/4.0 GHz 24 × 1.25 MB 36 MB
250 W
LGA 4189 DMI 3.0 8× DDR4-3200 29 July 2021
  • CD8068904691101
$2,499 (equivalent to $2,810 in 2023)
Xeon W-3335
  • SRKWS (M1)
16 (32) 3.4 GHz ?/4.0 GHz 16 × 1.25 MB 24 MB
250 W
LGA 4189 DMI 3.0 8× DDR4-3200 29 July 2021
  • CD8068904708401
$1,299 (equivalent to $1,461 in 2023)
Xeon W-3323
  • SRKWT (M1)
12 (24) 3.5 GHz ?/3.9 GHz 12 × 1.25 MB 21 MB
220 W
LGA 4189 DMI 3.0 8× DDR4-3200 29 July 2021
  • CD8068904708502
$949 (equivalent to $1,067 in 2023)

See also

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