When we first heard about the Intel Xeon W-2295 it sounded like an exciting part. For $1,333 this is a high-frequency 18-core part that would fall between the Intel Xeon E-2288G and Intel Xeon W-3275 for Xeon Workstations. These Xeon W parts also make for interesting options in the single-socket server market, and the Xeon W-2295 is no exception. With Intel and Puget Systems letting us borrow a solution to test the LGA2066 Xeon, we jumped at the opportunity.
Key stats for the Intel Xeon W-2295: 18 cores / 36 threads with a 3.0GHz base clock and 4.6GHz turbo boost. There is 24.75MB of onboard cache. The CPU features a 165W TDP. These are $1333 list price parts. Here is an Intel Ark link for your reference.
Here is what the lscpu output looks like for an Intel Xeon W-2295:
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