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Monday, 15 July 2013 10:21

Haswell-X Xeon EP seen in the wild

Written by Nick Farrell



Being taken on tour

Tom's Hardware is reporting how Intel’s Haswell-X Xeon EP Processor has surfaced in Penang. The chip was seen during the company’s “Design in Asia” tour.

The processor was the Socket 2011-3 Haswell EP or Xeon E5 v3 and features 14 cores, a 35 MB cache, twin 9.6 GT/s QPI channels, and support for quad channel DDR4-2133 memory. This means that the Intel’s Haswell Xeons have already reached at least the QS phase.

The chip is still at least a year from commercial announcement, and the Ivy Bridge EP chips will only be arriving this summer. This means that selected customers may be receiving fully working ES versions by the end of the year.

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