Bookmark and Share

Friday, February 6, 2015

Intel Server Chips going on to some limit...! For notebooks for the vast population, I do not even have a Core i3...!





Intel's Xeon E5-2600/1600 v3 CPUs Bring Haswell to the Server Space

Posted 09/08/2014 at 9:33am | by Paul Lilly


Intel's Core i9 "Gulftown" Six-Core Processor Pictured

Posted 08/03/2009 at 10:00am | by Paul Lilly


http://www.maximumpc.com/intels_xeon_e5-26001600_v3_cpus_bring_haswell_server_space
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/intels_core_i9_gulftown_sixcore_processor_pictured
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/core-i7-processor.html?wapkw=core+i7

[[["...

A big boost for Xeon

Intel today announced its new Xeon processor E5-2600/1600 v3 product families designed to crunch through diverse workloads and the growing needs of data centers. These new processors sport several enhancements that Intel claims will result in up to a three-fold increase in performance compared to the previous generation (Xeon E5 v2 family). Among those enhancements are more processing cores and an upgrade from Ivy Bridge to Intel's Haswell architecture.

While the core count ceiling for Intel's previous generation Xeon X5 v2 CPUs was set at 12, the new Xeon E5-2600 v3 product family tops out at up to 18 cores per socket and 45MB of last-level cache. On top of this, an extension to Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (Intel AVX2) doubles the width of vector integer instructions to 256 bits per clock cycle for integer sensitive workloads and delivers up to 1.9x higher performance gains, Intel says.

..."]]]

[[["...

Getting bored with Core i7 already? That's okay, because word on the web is that Intel plans to release its six-core Gulftown processor sometime in the first half of 2010, and possibly by Q1.

What's believed to be the first product shots of the six-core part have been leaked to the web. Likely to be called Core i9, the pictures show off the new chips in a dual-socket motherboard that's either an existing Xeon-based socket LGA1366 mobo or a next-gen Skulltrail platform. Either way, that's 12 cores of processing power, and 24 cores with hyperthreading enabled.

According the alleged screen grabs, the engineering sample spied in the photos comes clocked at 2.4GHz courtesy of a 133MHz bus speed and 18X multiplier, along with 12MB of L3 cache.

..."]]]



...Intel Server Chips going on to some limit...! For notebooks for the vast population, I do not even have a Core i3...!

...ANYBODY going to catch up with this American technology...! No doubt that never by normal means...!
 

.
.
.
Bookmark and Share