CPU - Intel Server

The CPU is the host processor of the server and these Intel processors are ready to be installed in the motherboard inside a server. There are many grades of Intel server CPU from entry-level models to high-end models. Make sure you select a compatible motherboard/server for your chosen CPU. 3XS Systems can custom build a server for you, please visit our server configurator for more information.

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Intel Xeon E3 1200 v3 Socket 1150 Haswell Processors

These Intel Xeon processors are designed for entry-level workstations and servers. With support for dual-channel DDR3 memory only, the ones for the LGA1150 socket are considered entry-level, but as quad-core Haswell parts they still have plenty of performance on tap, with many supporting Intel Hyper-Threading too. They can only be used in single CPU workstations but are competitively priced and target smaller businesses that don't want or need the power of more expensive, dual-processor systems.

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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.

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Intel Xeon X5xx Socket 771 Harpertown Processors

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.

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