We need your help:
we don't have results in all modes. If you have a 906EC and want to help us to complete the stats, you just have to run the benchmark
at stock frequency (no oc) in modes FPU, SSE, AVX, and validate the results. You don't have to register and the whole process will take less than 3 minutes per mode.
The Engineering Sample 906EC is a cpu manufactured by Intel that was released on January 2019. This model has 8 Coffee Lake-S cores with HyperThreading, runs at 2100 MHz as base frequency and has a a thermal design power of - W.
The 906EC has 8x32+8x32 kB of cache L1, 8x256 kB of cache L2 and 16384 kB of cache L3.
Coffee Lake is the second refinement of Intel’s 14nm (Tri-Gate) technology. While it uses LGA1151 socket, it is incompatible with previous generations due to electrical changes in socket’s pins so these CPUs require Z370 chipset. This kind of generation introduced more cores in every range to compete with new AMD’s architecture. Coffee Lake uses DDR4 memory at 2400MHz for i3 and at 2666MHz for i5, i7 CPUs plus iGPU frequency has been increased 50MHz with respect to previous generation.