Intel Sandybridge-EP Xeon LGA 2011 specifications leaked
Ryan Martin / 7 years ago
The new Intel Sandybridge-E processors intended for the desktop consumer market are due to be released sometime next year. The Intel SandyBridge-EP processors intended for the server workstation market are due to be released later this year, sources from Asia show a information about a new Sandybridge-EP Xeon processor.
The Intel Xeon Sandybridge-EP processor (based on the 32nm architecture) shown has an impressive 8 cores with 16 threads since it uses Intel’s Hyperthreading technology. The cores run stock at 2.3GHz but can be elevated to 2.5GHz with turbo mode enabled. The TDP is not clear however it appears to be 160W TDP at a voltage of just 1.016V which is low for such high performance. The processor uses a QPI speed of 6.4GT/s, with 1MB of L2 cache and 20MB of L3 cache. The Xeon also supports the MNX, SSE (1,2,3 S, 4.1,4.2) EM64T, VT-x, AES, AVX instruction sets.