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[Anandtech.com] The Xeon E5-2600: dual Sandybridge for Servers
Eight improved cores, 16 threads, integrated 40 lane PCIe 3.0: the new socket 2011 Xeon E5-2660 manages to package it all in a very modest power envelope of 95W TDP (at 2.2 GHz). If you read the Intel Xeon E5 paper specs, it becomes more and more likely that Intel has pulled off another "Nehalem": much better performance, richer features while consuming less power. Yes, as much as we like a good fight, the question is not whether Intel will outperform the competition and the previous Intel generation but by how much...
Intel sent us both the Xeon E5-2690 - their newest performance champ - and the more performance/watt oriented E5-2660. We managed to turn this last one into a chip that will perform like the Xeon E5-2630, a chip that is in the price range of the best Opteron 6200s. We compare Intel latest Xeon with the Xeon X5650, the Opteron 6276 and 6174. So whether you are searching for the performance champ, the best balance between performance and energy consumption or the best deal for your money, you should find an answer in this article. We improved our regular server performance testing with some HPC (LS-Dyna) and the renewed OLAP tests. Read on...
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