Wednesday, March 23rd 2016

Intel Xeon "Broadwell-EP" Launch by Month's End?

According to a leaked company slide doing rounds on the web, Intel plans to launch its workstation-grade Xeon "Broadwell-EP" processors by March 31, 2016. These chips will be branded under the Xeon E5-2600 V4 series. HP is ready with a workstation based on these chips, the HP Z640, which succeeds the Z620 that's driven by "Haswell-EP" Xeon chips. Dollar-for-Dollar, Intel is positioning the "Broadwell-EP" to offer at least "20% more cores and last-level cache" than "Haswell-EP."

This would mean Intel leveraging the 14 nm process to cram 10-core chips at the price of an 8-core chip from the previous generation, 8-core chips at the price of 6-core ones, and so on. The same slide mentions that "Broadwell-EP" offers, on average, 18% more performance than "Haswell-EP." Intel is also hinting at native support for DDR4-2400 MHz. Haswell-EP supports DDR4-2133 MHz.
Source: AnandTech Forums
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5 Comments on Intel Xeon "Broadwell-EP" Launch by Month's End?

Source AnandTech? :D Not good advertisment.... :D :D
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can i find 1150 socket xeon processor on second hand???bcos i need to change my cpu...can all help me find it ???thx all guys...
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can anyone please tell me when the 6th extreme generation will be out ?
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This is not the right thread for that, you should start a thread here:
New members must wait two weeks.
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