Intel

At Intel, we constantly push the boundaries of innovation in order to make people's lives more exciting, more fulfilling, and easier to manage. Our unwavering commitment to moving technology forward has transformed the world by leaps and bounds. We're a company that's always in motion, fueling an industry that never rests. We inspire our partners to develop innovative products and services, rally the industry to support new products, and drive industry standards. We do this so that we can collectively deliver better solutions with greater benefits more quickly.

120GB to 260GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs

M.2 replaced the older mSATA standard. Available in 120, 128, 240, 250 and 256GB sizes the M.2 SSD Connects to your device via an M.2 Socket using the newer PCI Express NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) controller variant designed to fully utilize the capability of high-speed PCI Express storage devices to perform many I/O (in/out) operations in parallel. These SSD's can achieve Read speeds in Excess of 3000MB/s and Write speeds over 2000MB/s making them the fastest available.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: SSD Form Factors

120GB to 260GB M.2 SATA SSDs

While the M.2 connector can be used for PCIe SSDs, the ones here are SATA 6Gb/s only, so the benefits over standard 2.5" SATA drives are to do with space-saving, not speed. Available in 120, 128, 240, 250, and 256GB sizes they're perfect for small form factor systems and laptops, but make sure your M.2 slot works with SATA devices, and that it supports the SSD's size, both in length (2280 means 80mm long) and thickness.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: SSD Form Factors

120GB to 480GB 2.5" SATA3 SSDs

Available in 120, 128, 240, 250, 256, 275 and 480GB capacities these SATA III 6Gb/s SSDs may no longer be the fastest around thanks to emerging PCIe SSDs, but they're the most cost-effective and are still easily fast enough for most users. You'll need a spare SATA 6Gb/s port to get the most from them, and a 2.5" capable drive bay - an adaptor may need to be bought, but most cases have at least one. These drives are the highest capacity ones available, suitable for holding an operating system, as well as numerous programs and a healthy collection of media and games.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: SSD Form Factors

240GB to 1.6TB AIC (Add-in-Card) PCIe NVMe SSDs

The current pinnacle of SSD performance, PCIe SSDs are capable of reaching far greater speeds than the SATA SSDs limited to 6Gb/s. These particular SSDs are of the HHHL (Half Height Half Length)/ FHHL (Full Height Half Length) AIC (Add In Card) Form Factor, slotting into an available PCIe Slot on your motherboard in the same way as you would with a graphics card or other expansion card. Offering capacities of 240, 400, 480, 960, 800GB, 1.2TB, & now even a mind-blowing 1.6 Terabytes, with the higher bandwidth provided by the PCIe Interface, these models feature much higher speeds than other Solid State Drives. Although these SSDs come as a single-slot PCIe expansion card, they are aimed at larger high-end desktop PCs, so ensure your motherboard has an appropriately sized slot spare with the Correct PCIe Bridge and Port Version to get optimum performance.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel PCI-E SSDs

270GB to 550GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs

M.2 replaced the older mSATA standard. Available in 480, 500 and 512GB sizes the M.2 SSD Connects to your device via an M.2 Socket using the newer PCI Express NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) controller variant designed to fully utilize the capability of high-speed PCI Express storage devices to perform many I/O (in/out) operations in parallel. These SSD's can achieve Read speeds in Excess of 3000MB/s and Write speeds over 2000MB/s making them the fastest available.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: PCI Express SSDs SSD Form Factors

280GB to 480GB 2.5" & AIC Intel Optane SSDs

These new super-fast SSDs use cutting-edge 3D XPoint memory instead of the more usual NAND flash memory. Joint developed by Intel and Micron, 3D XPoint has around 10x less latency than NAND, so Optane drives can start reading and writing much faster than traditional SSDs. They also perform much better at low queue depths, resulting in much snappier performance.

Intel Optane SSDs using 3D XPoint memory are available as 2.5in drives which use a U.2 cable to connect to the motherboard or as expansion cards that slot directly into a spare PCI-E slot on the motherboard.

View:

400GB to 1.2TB 2.5" U.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs

These particular U.2 SSDs of the 2.5" Form Factor can be fitted into your PC chassis in the same way as a regular SSD or HDD, but connect up to your system using a U.2 cable (formerly known as SFF-8639) to either an available U.2 connector on your motherboard or to a M.2 to U.2 adaptor board. Offering capacities of 400GB, 800GB & 1.2TB, the U.2 connection provides up to a four-lanes of Gen3 PCI Express allowing for more bandwidth and enabling these drives to feature much higher speeds than other Solid State Drives. Although these SSDs will affix to the vast majority of computer cases, the U.2 connector is usually only found on high-end, enthusiast-grade desktop PCs & motherboards, so ensure your motherboard has an on-board U.2 port, or supports U.2 via an adapter.

View:

500GB to 1TB 2.5" SATA3 SSDs

Available in 500, 512, 525, 960GB and 1TB capacities these SATA III 6Gb/s SSDs may no longer be the fastest around thanks to emerging PCIe SSDs, but they're the most cost-effective and are still easily fast enough for most users. You'll need a spare SATA 6Gb/s port to get the most from them, and a 2.5" capable drive bay - an adaptor may need to be bought, but most cases have at least one. These drives are the highest capacity ones available, suitable for holding an operating system, as well as numerous programs and a healthy collection of media and games.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: SSD Form Factors

600GB to 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs

M.2 replaced the older mSATA standard. Available in 960GB, 1TB and 2TB sizes the M.2 SSD Connects to your device via an M.2 Socket using the newer PCI Express NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) controller variant designed to fully utilize the capability of high-speed PCI Express storage devices to perform many I/O (in/out) operations in parallel. These SSD's can achieve Read speeds in Excess of 3000MB/s and Write speeds over 2000MB/s making them the fastest available.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: SSD Form Factors

Accessories

Various additional items designed for use with specific servers.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: System Buses & Bandwidth PATA -vs- SATA DDR / DDR2

Barebone Celeron & Pentium Intel NUCs

NUC stands for Next Unit of Computing, and it represents Intel's quest to build the perfect tiny PC. These systems include Intel Atom, Celeron, Core i3, Core i5, or even Core i7 processors depending on their price, and they're all barebone units, which means you need to provide your own memory and drives.

View:

Barebone Intel NUCs

NUC stands for Next Unit of Computing, and it represents Intel's quest to build the perfect tiny PC. These systems include Intel Atom, Celeron, Core i3, Core i5, or even Core i7 processors depending on their price, and they're all barebone units, which means you need to provide your own memory and drives.

View:

Barebone Small Form Factor Mini PCs

Mini PCs are growing in popularity, and it's easy to see why. These barebones units include a case, motherboard and processor inside enclosures that aren't much bigger than a few stacked DVD cases. They've got enough power for daily computing, but remember that you still need to buy memory, storage and an operating system.

View:

Complete Mini PCs with Operating System

Compact Mini and Small form factor PC's are taking a fully functional PC into a compact unit. These are ideal when space is at a premium such as the space by your set top box. They come ready to connect to your own monitor and a USB keyboard & mouse. These PC's come with an Operating System included.

View:

Core i7 - Socket 2011 (Sandy Bridge Enthusiast)

The Intel® Core™ i7 Sandy Bridge Enthusiast Socket 2011 series delivers performance for the most demanding of applications. Available in quad and six core architecture. They feature greater cache than previous i7's, more memory bandwidth, a greater number of PCIe lanes and less latency. These Enthusiast series of Sandy Bridge CPU's is the high end solution for all your computing requirements.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core i7-4960X Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme

CPU Warranty & Insurance Packages

Mishaps with computers can happen. Take the stress out of this scenario by purchasing an extended warranty which will give you piece of mind that you are covered in case of any unfortunate accidents or damage occurring.

View:

Enterprise 2.5" SATA3 SSDs

These SSDs are ideal for businesses looking for reliable, long-lasting and efficient flash storage that will outpace any hard disk. Possible features include end-to-end data protection and full power-loss protection. Speeds are not as fast as PCIe-based drives, but prices are considerably lower and the SATA interface and 2.5” form factor means they're easy to implement in any desktop environment.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: INTEL Enterprise SSDs SSD Form Factors

Enterprise 2.5" U.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs

Intended mainly for data centres, these SSDs are as good as it gets for high-speed storage. Using fast PCIe 3.0 lanes and the new Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) interface, which is designed specifically to take advantage of SSDs, these drives smash through previous SATA limitations with throughput of 2GB/s or more in some cases and high sustained performance too. The 2.5” models here use the new SFF-8639 connection, sometimes called Express Bay, which means they can be hot-swapped.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: INTEL Enterprise SSDs Intel PCI-E SSDs SSD Form Factors

Enterprise AIC (Add-in-Card) PCIe NVMe SSDs

Intended mainly for data centres, these SSDs are as good as it gets for high-speed storage. Using fast PCIe 3.0 lanes and the new Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) interface, which is designed specifically to take advantage of SSDs, these drives smash through previous SATA limitations with throughput of 2GB/s or more in some cases and high sustained performance too. The models here are add-in cards that require a PCIe slot to connect.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: INTEL Enterprise SSDs Intel PCI-E SSDs

Enterprise M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs

M.2 SSDs are compact small form drives that connect directly to a slot on the motherboard. Their small dimensions makes them an ideal choice for a boot drive, leaving the 2.5in or 3.5in bays on the front of your server free for bulk storage drives.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: INTEL Enterprise SSDs

High End Copper / Fibre Optics

High End Copper Cable Ethernet and Optical fibre components and accessories.

View:

Intel / AMD - Other

Servers are computers designed and setup specifically for always on use which serve other computers on a computer network. Many of them are for rack use which there are specific sizes namely 1U, 2U and 4U. A small selection are stand alone tower. Always check the specifications of the individual server to confirm what hardware is included.
Updated

View:

Intel Celeron Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Processors

Intel's entry-level 8th Generation Core processor brand is Celeron and comprises a range of dual-core CPUs that ideal for basic home & office tasks such as basic office tasks such as word processing, sending emails, & browsing the internet.

Please Note: Despite using the same LGA1151 socket as 7th & 6th Gen. CPUs, ONLY Intel 300 Series Motherboards are compatible with these 8th Gen. 'Coffee Lake' CPUs.

View:

Intel Celeron Socket 1151 Kaby Lake Processors

Intel's entry-level 7th Generation Core processor brand is Celeron and comprises a range of dual-core CPUs that ideal for basic office tasks such as basic office tasks such as word processing.

Please note: In order to use an Intel 100 Series Motherboard with these 7th Gen. CPUs, you will need to ensure the motherboard is running the latest BIOS version before installing the CPU.

View:

Intel Compute Cards

These mini PCs are barely any larger than a credit card and are intended to slot into the Compute Card socket found on devices such as smart TVs, digital signage displays and kiosks. These cards are complete PCs, including Intel CPU, RAM and storage, all you need to install is an Operating System.

View:

Intel Compute Sticks

Compute Stick is a new generation of ultra-slim devices that enables you to transform any HDMI display (TV/Monitors) into a fully functional computer. It provides the power, reliability, and graphics needed for a seamless experience with the Intel® Atom™ Quad-Core processor. The device is versatile for usages across PC-like embedded, business, and consumer segments. Connect. Compute. It’s that Simple.Available in Win or Linux O/S versions

View:

Intel Core 2 Duo Socket P Mobile Processors

View:

Intel Core i3 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Processors

These 8th Generation Intel Core i3 Coffee Lake quad-core processors are much faster than the cheaper Celeron and Pentium models thanks to having more cores and cache memory which enables them to process up to four threads at a time. Due to their higher frequency and larger cache Core i3's are much faster than Pentiums, and are the cheapest CPU we recommend for a more intensive tasks such as gaming and image editing.

Please Note: Despite using the same LGA1151 socket as 7th & 6th Gen. CPUs, ONLY Intel 300 Series Motherboards are compatible with these 8th Gen. 'Coffee Lake' CPUs.

View:

Intel Core i3 Socket 1151 Kaby Lake Processors

These 7th Generation Intel Core dual-core processors are much faster than the cheaper Celeron and Pentium models thanks to having more cache memory and support for Hyper-Threading which enables them to process up to four threads at a time. Due to their higher frequency and larger cache Core i3's are much faster than Pentiums, and are the cheapest CPU we recommend for a more intensive tasks such as gaming and image editing.

Please note: In order to use an Intel 100 Series Motherboard with these 7th Gen. CPUs, you will need to ensure the motherboard is running the latest BIOS version before installing the CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPUs
Related products

Intel Core i5 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Processors

These 8th and 9th Generation Intel Core i5 Coffee Lake CPUs are the most affordable 6-core Intel processors. Intel Core i5 CPUs provide a significant speed up in games and multimedia applications such as image and video editing, making them a great choice for gamers and creative professionals.

Please Note: Despite using the same LGA1151 socket as 7th & 6th Gen. CPUs, ONLY Intel 300 Series Motherboards are compatible with these 8th and 9th Gen. 'Coffee Lake' CPUs.

View:

Intel Core i5 Socket 1151 Kaby Lake Processors

These 7th Generation Intel Core CPUs are the most affordable quad-core Intel processors. Intel Core i5 CPUs provide a significant speed up in games and multimedia applications such as image and video editing, making them a great choice for gamers and creative professionals.

Please note: In order to use an Intel 100 Series Motherboard with these 7th Gen. CPUs, you will need to ensure the motherboard is running the latest BIOS version before installing the CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPUs
Related products

Intel Core i5 Socket 1151 Skylake Processors

The Intel® Core™ i5 6000-series processors are based on the new architecture codenamed Skylake. The 6th Gen Intel processors support Intel® Turbo Boost Technology which gives you an extra boost and increases processor frequency when you need it most. Choose a 'K' SKU, which can be easily overclocked for even greater performance.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core i5 6600K and Core i7 6700K
Related products

Intel Core i5 Socket 2066 Kaby Lake-X Processors

These new high-end Core X CPUs are based on the Kaby Lake X architecture but are designed to fit into the new Socket 2066 and so require an Intel X299 motherboard. These quad-core CPUs are intended to provide a cost-effective starting point for the Intel Core X series, and thanks for their oversize heatspreader can run at higher frequencies than standard Kaby Lake CPUs.

As the LGA2066 socket has the same external dimensions as LGA2011-3 you can use any of these coolers with a LGA2066 CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core X-Series Processors

Intel Core i7 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Processors

This category contains a mix of Intel 8th and 9th generation Core i7 Coffee Lake which have more cores and cache memory than the Core i5s, giving them much faster performance, especially in CPU intensive tasks such as graphics processing, video encoding and music mixing.

8th gen Core i7s have 6 physical cores plus HyperThreading while the more powerful 9th gen Core i7 processors have 8 physical cores.

Please Note: Despite using the same LGA1151 socket as 7th & 6th Gen. CPUs, ONLY Intel 300 Series Motherboards are compatible with these 8th and 9th Gen. 'Coffee Lake' CPUs.

View:

Intel Core i7 Socket 1151 Kaby Lake Processors

These Intel 7th Generation Core quad-core processors have more cache memory than the Core i5s and also support Hyper-Threading, allowing them to work on up to eight threads simultaneously. A Core i7 is the ideal choice for a high-end PC and is much faster than a Core i5 when it comes to rendering videos and multi-threaded calculations.

Please note: In order to use an Intel 100 Series Motherboard with these 7th Gen. CPUs, you will need to ensure the motherboard is running the latest BIOS version before installing the CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPUs
Related products

Intel Core i7 Socket 1151 Skylake Processors

The Intel® Core™ i7 6000-series processors are based on the new architecture codenamed Skylake. The 6th Gen Intel processors support Intel® Turbo Boost Technology which gives you an extra boost and increases processor frequency when you need it most. Choose a 'K' SKU, which can be easily overclocked for even greater performance.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core i5 6600K and Core i7 6700K
Related products

Intel Core i7 Socket 1366 Bloomfield Processors

Brilliantly fast With faster, intelligent, multi-core technology that applies processing power where it's needed most, new Intel® Core™ i7 processors deliver an incredible breakthrough in PC performance. They are the best desktop processors on the planet.¹ You'll multitask applications faster and unleash incredible digital media creation. And you'll experience maximum performance for everything you do, thanks to the combination of Intel® Turbo Boost technology² and Intel® Hyper-Threading technology (Intel® HT technology)³, which maximizes performance to match your workload.

View:

Intel Core i7 Socket 2011-3 Broadwell Extreme Processors

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core i7-6950X and Broadwell-E

Intel Core i7 Socket 2066 Kaby Lake-X Processors

These new high-end Core X CPUs are based on the Kaby Lake X architecture but are designed to fit into the new Socket 2066 and so require an Intel X299 motherboard. These quad-core CPUs support HyperThreading and are intended to provide a cost-effective starting point for the Intel Core X series, and thanks for their oversize heatspreader can run at higher frequencies than standard Kaby Lake CPUs.

As the LGA2066 socket has the same external dimensions as LGA2011-3 you can use any of these coolers with a LGA2066 CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core X-Series Processors

Intel Core i7 Socket 2066 Skylake-X Processors

These new high-end Core X CPUs are based on the Skylake X architecture and are designed to fit into the new Socket 2066 and so require an Intel X299 motherboard. These 6-core and 8-core CPUs support HyperThreading and so are ideal for heavy multitasking and content creation applications.

As the LGA2066 socket has the same external dimensions as LGA2011-3 you can use any of these coolers with a LGA2066 CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core X-Series Processors

Intel Core i7 Socket G3 Haswell Mobile Processor

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Haswell

Intel Core i9 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Processors

Intel 9th generation Core i7 Coffee Lake processors have 8 physical cores plus 8 HyperThreading cores, allowing them to work on up to 16 threads simultaneously. Despite the Core i9 branding, these CPUs are compatible with mainstream Z370 and Z390 motherboards and don't require a more expensive X299 motherboard.

Please Note: Some Intel Z370 motherboards will support these processors. Please check the list of supported CPUs for your motherboard before purchasing one of these processors to ensure it is compatible

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel 9th Gen Core 9900K Processor

Intel Core i9 Socket 2066 Skylake-X Processors

These new high-end Core X CPUs are based on the Skylake X architecture and are designed to fit into the new Socket 2066 and so require an Intel X299 motherboard. These 10-core CPUs support HyperThreading and so are ideal for heavy multitasking and content creation applications.

As the LGA2066 socket has the same external dimensions as LGA2011-3 you can use any of these coolers with a LGA2066 CPU.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Core i9 7980XE Processor Intel Core X-Series Processors

Intel NUC Motherboards

Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) motherboards are ideal for building dinky mini-PCs for home office, media centre or portable use. Measuring just 4” squared, they include an embedded processor, SODIMM memory slots, high definition video outputs and a variety of connections for networking and storage, both internal and external.

View:

Intel Optane Memory System Accelerators

Intel Optane Memory is an caching device for HDDs that intelligently learns which applications and games you run most frequently and over time speeds up how quickly they load. Available in two different capacities, these are M.2 form factor devices, and require either a B250, Q250, H270, Q270, Z270 or Z370 motherboard plus a 7th gen Kaby Lake or 8th gen Coffee Lake Core i3, i5 or i7 processor to work.

View:

Intel Pentium Gold Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Processors

These Intel 8th Generation Pentium Gold processors offer increased performance over Celeron processors. The full range of Pentium Gold processors support Hyper-Threading technology, allowing these dual-core CPUs to process four threads simultaneously, improving multi-tasking performance. While these are much more capable than Celeron processors, Pentium Gold CPUs feature half as many physical cores than Core i3 processors, so aren't suitable for heavier multi-tasking & workloads.

Please Note: Despite using the same LGA1151 socket as 7th & 6th Gen. CPUs, ONLY Intel 300 Series Motherboards are compatible with these 8th Gen. 'Coffee Lake' CPUs.

View:

Intel Pentium Socket 1150 Haswell Processors

Intel's Pentium processors are powered by the firm's latest Haswell architecture. They feature two cores but typically with a little more processing power than the Celeron chips, though they're still best suited to everyday computing tasks – for more intensive ones, you'll need to turn to the Core family. The on-board graphics can handle video playback but for serious gaming a discrete graphics card is a must. PLEASE NOTE : If you intend on using a Haswell Refresh chip on a 8 series motherboard, you will need a BIOS update for the chip to be compatible.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Haswell Mainstream Haswell Processors Overclocking

Intel Pentium Socket 1151 Kaby Lake Processors

These Intel 7th Generation Pentium processors offer increased performance over Celeron processors. The range of Pentium processors supports Hyper-Threading technology, allowing these dual-core CPUs to process four threads simultaneously. While these are much more capable than Celeron processors, Pentium CPUs run at much lower clock frequency than Core i3 processors, so aren't suitable for heavier workloads.

Please note: In order to use an Intel 100 Series Motherboard with these 7th Gen. CPUs, you will need to ensure the motherboard is running the latest BIOS version before installing the CPU.

View:

Intel Pentium Socket 1151 Skylake Processors

Choose an Intel Pentium processor for solid performance at a low price. These dual-core CPUs are ideal for basic computing tasks such as home and office applications or casual gaming.

View:

Intel Socket 1156 Clarkdale 1st Gen. Processors

View:

Intel Xeon E3 1200 v5 Socket 1151 Skylake Processors

View:

Intel Xeon E3 1200 v6 Socket 1151 Kabylake Processors

Intel Xeon E3 1200 CPUs are designed for entry-level servers and workstations and feature four cores and support for ECC memory which is more reliable than unbuffered memory. These latest v6 models are based on the Kaby Lake architecture, which offers higher performance thanks to improved IPC (instructions per clock) and higher frequency than previous generation Xeon E3 1200 processors.

View:

Intel Xeon E5 1600 v4 Socket 2011 Broadwell EP Processors

These Xeon E5 1600 v4 processors are Intel's latest and greatest efforts for the workstation and server market. The pricing reflects that, but so do the specifications. These CPUs have between four and 8 cores that use Intel's Broadwell EP architecture, and also support quad-channel DDR4 memory. Unlike the E5-2600 v4 CPUs which can be used in dual-processor set-ups for even more performance you can only install a single E5-1600 v4 processor per system.

View:

Intel Xeon E5 2400 v2 Socket 1356 Ivy Bridge EN Processors

These processors are specifically for use with the LGA1356 socket, which is found on motherboards that include pairs of processor sockets and memory slots. The chips found here vary in price, ranging between affordable entry-level parts that have four cores and expensive models with ten rapid cores.

View:

Intel Xeon E5 2600 Socket 2011 Sandy Bridge EP Processors

These Xeon E5 2600 processors are designed for the workstation and server market. The pricing reflects that, but so do the specifications. These CPUs have between 2 and 8 cores that use Intel's Sandy Bridge EP architecture, and also support quad-channel DDR3 memory. The E5-1600 family are designed for single CPU systems, while the E5-2600 CPUs can all be used in dual-processor set-ups for even more performance.

View:

Intel Xeon E5 2600 v2 Socket 2011 Ivy Bridge EP Processors

These Xeon E5 2600 v2 processors are designed for the workstation and server market. The pricing reflects that, but so do the specifications. These CPUs have between 2 and 12 cores that use Intel's Ivy Bridge EP architecture, and also support quad-channel DDR3 memory. The E5-1600 v2 family are designed for single CPU systems, while the E5-2600 v2 CPUs can all be used in dual-processor set-ups for even more performance.

View:

Intel Xeon E5 2600 v3 Socket 2011 Haswell EP Processors

These Xeon E5 2600 v3 processors are designed for the workstation and server market. The pricing reflects that, but so do the specifications. These CPUs have between four and 18 cores that use Intel's Haswell EP architecture, and also support quad-channel DDR4 memory. The E5-1600 v3 family are designed for single CPU systems, while the E5-2600 v3 CPUs can all be used in dual-processor set-ups for even more performance.

View:

Intel Xeon E5 2600 v4 Socket 2011 Broadwell EP Processors

These Xeon E5 2600 v4 processors are Intel's latest and greatest efforts for the workstation and server market. The pricing reflects that, but so do the specifications. These CPUs have between four and 22 cores that use Intel's Broadwell EP architecture, and also support quad-channel DDR4 memory. The E5-2600 v4 CPUs can all be used in dual-processor set-ups for even more performance.

View:

Intel Xeon E7 4800/8800 v3 Socket 2011 Haswell EX Processors

View:

Intel Xeon E7 4800/8800 v4 Socket 2011 Broadwell EX Processors

View:

Intel Xeon Phi Server Coprocessors

Using Intel's Many Integrated Core architecture, these coprocessor add-in cards are used to increase processing power in high-performance computing and workstation environments via a PCI-E slot. They combine up to 61 cores in parallel and are very effective at handling intensely multi-threaded specialist workloads such as those used in weather or financial analysis.

View:

Intel Xeon Socket 3647 Skylake SP Processors

The latest generation of Xeon server processors is based on the brand new Skylake-SP architecture which features several key improvements such as hardware support for AVX-512 instructions, a new cache architecture plus a new high bandwidth 6-channel memory controller and additional PCI-E lanes compared to previous-generation Xeon processors. The range spans Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum models, steadily offering more cores, more frequency and more cache plus the ability to support up 8-CPUs in a server with select models. 11/07/17.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Intel Xeon-W Socket 2066 Skylake-W Processors

These Xeon W CPUs are offer high performance and reliability for mission critical workstations. Featuring up to 18 cores, quad-channel DDR4 memory with ECC support and 44 PCI-E 3.0 lanes these Xeon W processors offer scalable performance for every workflow.

Xeon W CPUs use the Socket 2066 but require a motherboard based on the Intel C422 chipset.

3XS Systems can custom build you a workstation or server using the new Intel Xeon W series CPUs. Please click HERE to find out more.

View:

Motherboard Accessories

Accessories for motherboards. Additional items to compliment your motherboard. These are additional items by various motherboard manufacturers which give extra functionality such as card readers and input/output panels. Always check the compatability of the item in question to ensure it will work with your motherboard.
Updated

View:

Network Cards

Also known as a NIC (Network Interface Card ), these cards connect directly into the motherboard of your computer and feature an external network socket. This enables the computer to connect to a network via a network cable. Traditionally these network cards use the PCI slot on a motherboard, with newer cards using a PCIe interface. Advanced features include two or more network ports for specific applications. Note that network adaptors that convert a USB port into a network interface are also available.
Updated

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Home Networking
Related products

NVMe Cables

These cables are for connecting NVMe SSDs with an Oculink socket to the motherboard, HBA or RAID controller in a workstation or server.

Oculink cables provide direct connection to the PCI-E bus, delivering far lower latency and much great bandwidth than the SATA bus.

View:

Professional Aerial Quadcopter Drones / UAVs

From festivals to Hollywood features*, aerial drone footage from advanced systems such as the Intel Aero, DJI Mavic Pro, Phantom Pro or Yuneec Typhoon H is deployed to add significant production value to a project. What’s more, the latest Camera Drones are incredibly safe and offer a stress-free flying experience. The Intel Aero and Typhoon H, for example, feature Intel® RealSense™ technology, allowing the drone to navigate obstacles automatically. It has never been easier for content creators to record those ‘once-impossible’ shots, all in stunning 4K.

There are many fields outside media & entertainment where camera drones are used commercially, such as in agriculture & land management, the emergency services and utility inspection, to name a few. Our Pro Video department offers a range of best-selling Camera Drones and accessories to fulfil the requirements of pro UAV pilots.

*UAV and CAA approved certification is required for commercial aerial work (PFAW).

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Drones

Professional Drone Accessories & Parts

First rule of UAV club - Be Prepared.

Take a look at our range of controllers, gimbals, bags, batteries & chargers - all the extra Drone Accessories you'll need keep you in the sky longer.

View:

Rackmount Server Cases

Rackmount PC Cases are designed for server enterprise solutions. They fit into server PC rack mounts. These PC cases are available in specific server sizes namely 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U etc. Advanced features on these cases include handles and specific drive bay slots.
Updated

View:

SATA / SAS / eSATA - 6-12 Gb/s

These controller cards are entry-level models that use a 1x PCI-E slot in order to provide faster SATA performance that any standard storage connector can provide. The products in this category have two connections for small-scale RAID arrays, and some work in Macs as well as PCs.

View:

Server / Rackmount PSUs

View:

Tower Server Cases

These server tower PC cases are a freestanding case solution for a server PC. They differ from a standard tower case in that they feature a large number of hard drive bays and cooling fans. Essential for server solutions where the systems are on for long periods of time serving client PC's.
Updated

View:

Wireless Adaptors - PCI / PCI-E / M.2

These wireless network cards fit inside a computer (PC / notebook / Laptop) and connect using either the PCI, PCIe, M.2, Mini-PCIe interface. These Wireless Adaptors allow the computer to connect to a wireless network without having to run a network cable to the system. Advanced features such as high bandwidth and encryption ensure both a fast and secure connection to a WiFi network. Always check your motherboards interface for PCI or PCIe to ensure you select the correct wireless network card adaptor for your requirements.
Updated

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Home Networking Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Security

Xeon - Socket 479 / 775

The Intel® Xeon™ Processor is designed for dual-processor server and workstation platforms. Featuring innovative technologies such as the Intel® Netburst™ Micro architecture, and Hyper-Threading Technology, Intel Xeon processor-based systems offer outstanding platform dependability, value and versatility. The Intel Xeon processor MP features Hyper-Threading technology, Integrated Three-Level cache architecture and Intel® NetBurst™ Micro architecture to provide versatility, performance, value and dependability for today's server platforms.

View:
Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: Cores CPU Codes Intel Branding Part I Intel Xeon Chipsets

Xeon Skylake SP - Socket 3647 Barebone Servers

These servers support the latest Intel Xeon scalable performance processors based on the Skylake SP architecture. Choose from a variety of specs, all with support for this new generation of LGA3647 processors. 11/07/2017.

View: