Monday, May 23, 2011

Intel Xeon E3 Review

Intel Xeon E3 Review : It seems prima donna still reigns to the severity of architecture sandy bridge. Why not? Because of the recent serious middle INTEL. Intel preparing to launch a series E3 newest Xeon plan willsoon penetrate the world market this week as well.

Microprocessor giant, based in Santa Clara this will present arange of Intel Xeon E3 will also package the 11 models the latest processor and three C200 series chipset motherboard. Allprocessor models will be introduced in the E3-1200 product family,except one which is only based on quad-core version of the SandyBridge architecture.

Processor-processor that is already carried by the 8MB of L3cache (except E3 and E3-1225-1220L) with the support of Intel’sTurbo Boost technology that reportedly can increase the operatingfrequency of the processor in accordance with the existingapplication loads. While the processor clock even this latestset-processors ranging from 3.1GHz up to 3.5GHz.

One of the Sandy Bridge processor produced by Intel that is the fastest Intel Xeon E3-1280, who reportedly managed to outperform the Intel Core i7 Benchmarks 2600K after the test. This is certainlynot separated by the presence of Hyper-Threading technology,which was adopted by the Xeon product line E3 and almost all theexisting processors, except for entry-level processor E3 andE3-1220-1225.

About the price itself, unfortunately so far not been announcedofficially. However, many online retailers are even seem to haveanyone dared membandrol processor-processor is 225 USD pricerange for entry-level processor Intel Xeon 1220 3.1GHz-E3, while the price of 686 USD for High-end processor Intel Xeon-E3 12803.5GHz. The existence of an Intel microprocessor E3-1200 seriesis reportedly also compatible with the motherboard that was builtusing the C200 series chipset.

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