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Discussion in 'CPUs and Overclocking' started by Sweepr, Aug 11, 2014.
Not really, that's a 4xxx series chip as opposed to the 2xxx series.
ooppps Somehow I overlooked this.
Here's what an Intel Broadwell Xeon with a built-in FPGA looks like
Now that's interesting
Technical white paper
HP Z640 Workstation
Thanks for sharing dooon. Looks like March 31th is the date, they can still claim Q1.
BTW as I mentioned earlier in this thread some Broadwell-EP parts are already being sold around the world:
ShopBLT: XEON E5-2687W V4 12C 3.10G 160W CPU BROADWELL @ US
Waiting for Broadwell-E now.
Broadwell-EP parts have been sold for over a month now. I even have access to some in my cloud. The interesting part will be if the HEDT series launches on march 31st.
Will there be new x99 motherboards for Broadwell-E or will they pretty much stay the same? Thinking of ordering some parts soon.
CPU World says LGA2011V3, but that box says LGA2011V4.
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Xeon/Intel-Xeon E5-2687W v4.html
I noticed that too. I can only assume that it's because it's the E5 V4 chips and the motherboard needs to support them, and not a new LGA2011-4 socket.
I think you will see new boards with M.2 and U.2 options. Since this is the new black.
Ha! I knew it! Looks like Broadwell-E still on track for q2 for a june Computex launch though, BAH!
I saw this:
Intel Xeon E5-2602 V4 4/8 5.1 GHz TBD 5 MB 165W
Wow, gamers be like !@_@
5MB? Anyway, I don't think it's that good for gaming, skylake with L4 cache at 4.7GHz will soundly outperform it, L4 cache makes a big difference.
Its a 10MB L3 part, not 5. 5MB would imply a dual core.
I ordered them on 5th Mar., and delivered on 23th Mar.
Here's another shot:
I prepared ASUS Z10PA-D8 for them, but failed to boot with BIOS 3003
ASUS support says "CPU E5-2687W v4 is not comptible with your motherboard as per our support list." ...yeah, I know I know it.
Now I'm waiting for BIOS updating...hope it will save my Z10PA-D8...
I've received an e-mail about ASRock X99 board's latest BIOS.
Soon, I've got X99Extreme4 and updated the BIOS to 3.30.
Now E5-2687W v4 has successfully booted
and CPU-Z, HWiNFO, CINEBENCH R15 etc.
To my surprise, All cores turbo multiplier is x32
Though CINEBENCH R15 score 2019cb is not so bad as 1 CPU system,
but it looks that 'lower-clock and more-cores' v4 CPUs are more suitable
for pure rendering system.
# As I also use 3D-CAD(Creo(Pro/E)), I also want single thread performance...
How much does it clock down under AVX loads?
It shouldn't be surprising you were having problems since the real release date of Broadwell-EP probably isn't until the 31st. It's still not on Ark at this point.
Arria 10 GX? That sounds odd since that's a TSMC 20nm design. Where are the Intel 14nm Altera FPGA?
Faster than soon to be launched Core i7-6950X. 12C/24T >3GHz is what I'm expecting from Skylake-E's EE model. Here's Haswell/Haswell-E in comparison:
They haven't even taped out yet (tape out scheduled for Q2'16 according to Intel official statement), so don't expect to see them on-package with Xeon for quite some time.
THx for the ahead news.. wow
Hi, in cases of "OCCT4.4.1 AVX Capable Linpack" and "Prime95 v28.7",
it's still x32, 3.2GHz, same in case of CINEBENCH R15.
Its good to see there is no down clock anymore with Broadwell-EP on AVX. Haswell-EP did have different clocks for servers.
But I am sure we are going to see a comeback with down clocking when AVX512 hits with Skylake-EP.
Xeon E5 v4 'Broadwell-EP' Processor Family Officially Launched
Three die configurations: 10-core (up to 8 active), 15-core (up to 14 active) and 24-core (up to 22 active)
Supermicro New Generation Servers with Intel Xeon E5 2600 V4 (Broadwell) Product Family Support
SPECjbb2015 Results for Xeon E5-2699 v4
MSI's X99S XPOWER AC LGA2011-v3 motherboard gets official support after BIOS update