Intel’s Xeon W-3175X CPU might Cost $4000
The Intel’s Xeon W-3175X CPU is not an inexpensive part. Far from it Intel is asking a price of $3,999 per chip in 1,000-unit arrays, which means the consumer cost is likely to be even higher. It’s also the most expensive CPU that money can buy. The 28-core, 56-thread unlocked processor has been listed online and is expected to launch sometime later this month.
W-3175X is a 64-bit 28-core x86 enterprise performance workstation microprocessor introduced by Intel in early 2019. Which is fabricated on an enhanced 14nm ++ process based on the Skylake server microarchitecture. Operates at 3.1 GHz with a TDP of 255 W and a turbo boost frequency of up to 4.3 GHz. This chip supports up to 512 GiB of hexa-channel DDR4-2666 ECC memory. Intel’s Xeon W-3175X CPU, unlocked and primed for overclocking, features a base clock speed of 3.1GHz but can speed up to 4.3GHz. There’s 38.5MB of Intel Smart Cache memory and a total of 68 PCIe lanes available
In my opinion in price of this single processor you can build a entire custom PC. So it’s not worth consider.