Intel Firmware Engineers Make An Important Power Imporvement For Sapphire Rapids

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Earlier this year I wrote about the Intel Idle driver support being prepared for Xeon “Sapphire Rapids” CPUs but a limitation with these forthcoming Xeon Scalable processors was that C1 and C1E c-states handling are now mutually exclusive. Unlike earlier Xeon processors, C1 and C1E states couldn’t be enabled at the same time. Fortunately, via new Intel firmware they have managed to overcome this limitation…

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