Maximum Supported Physical process in windows Server 2016 standard

Maximum Supported Physical process and cores  in windows Server 2016 standard ..??
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
512 physical "logical processors" is the upper limit as of now. What constitutes an LP is based on CPU architecture.
harisaboobakerAuthor Commented:
Both Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2008 R2 support 64 sockets, which means 64 physical processors. Each of these processors can have multiple processing cores and even hyper-threading to increase the logical processor count.

Could you please tell ..In windows Server 2016 how meany  physical processors are supported  .....??? Not logical processor count ...
Cliff GaliherCommented:
Microsoft has only published LP counts.  With that said, no mainstream hardware goes that high. None. And if you are in that niche Watson-level supercomputer club, you wouldn't need to ask here. Those companies tend to have premiere access to dedicated Microsoft account managers.

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harisaboobakerAuthor Commented:
Thanks..very much..
harisaboobakerAuthor Commented:
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