Xeon

This page will show all objects that are named Xeon, and if possible sorted on production date.


Click on the blue name(s) or picture(s) below for detailed information, pictures and benchmarks (if available).

View processor details Intel Xeon 3.73 GHz 'Unknown'
Intel Xeon 3.73 GHz 'Unknown'

This CPU has no marking or laser etching on the heatsink so the sSpec number and production date remain unknown. To identify this chip I've tested it in my LGA775 motherboards and found out that it would only run in my Gigabyte P35-DS3 Rev1.0. Motherboards like ASUS P5P800SE, ASRock 775Dual-VSTA and... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 2400DP 'SL6GD'
Intel Xeon 2400DP 'SL6GD'

Introduced in November 2002 and capable of running in dual CPU (SMP or Symmetric multiprocessing) configurations. As a decent Northwood CPU this was often a choice for use in dual CPU workstations.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 2400DP 'SL6NQ'
Intel Xeon 2400DP 'SL6NQ'

Just like this Xeon 2400 but with a different sSpec number.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 2.5 GHz 'SL6Z2'
Intel Xeon 2.5 GHz 'SL6Z2'

The Xeon MP 'Gallatin' is built for 4-way multiprocessor systems and was available in models ranging from 2GHz to 3GHz. Basically Gallatin is a Northwood core with extra L2/L3 cache.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 3.06GHz 'SL6VP'
Intel Xeon 3.06GHz 'SL6VP'

Released in March 2003 and is the fastest Xeon based on the Prestonia core. Prestonia is virtually identical to the Northwood core which is used for the Pentium 4 desktop line.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon Jayhawk 'QBGC'
Intel Xeon Jayhawk 'QBGC'

The fourth iteration of Pentium 4's would be based on the Intel 'Tejas' core. It was rumoured that the Tejas would have very high power consumption (up to 150W).

This engineering sample is officially a 'Jayhawk'-core which is the Xeon-version of the 'Tejas'. It is dated 14th week of 2004 (April) ... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 3.33GHz 'SL8EY'
Intel Xeon 3.33GHz 'SL8EY'

Potomac is based on the 90nm Prescott core. The fastest Potomac CPU's (running at 3.0 and 3.33GHz) feature 8MB L3-cache. It's slower model, running at 2.83GHz, has to work with just 4MB L3-cache. These CPU's we're released on 29 March 2005 and quite expensive. Especially considering that these CPU's... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 5160 (3 GHz) 'SL9RT'
Intel Xeon 5160 (3 GHz) 'SL9RT'

The fastest Xeon 'Woodcrest' CPU released. At 3GHz this CPU offered very good performance in it's day.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 5120 (1.86 GHz) 'SL9RY'
Intel Xeon 5120 (1.86 GHz) 'SL9RY'

Just like the Xeon 5110 but one step faster. Still it's not a brilliant choice in terms of performance due the slightly low clock-frequency.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 5130 (2.0 GHz) 'SL9RX'
Intel Xeon 5130 (2.0 GHz) 'SL9RX'

With a production date of the 50th week of 2006 this was new technology when it came out. Intel had released the Core 2 Duo (and Xeon counterparts with the same architecture) in summer of 2006. Finally something to replace the aging and powerhungry Netburst CPU's.

At 2GHz this CPU was not bad but... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 3050 'SL9VS'
Intel Xeon 3050 'SL9VS'

Not all Xeon's use S771 (sockets usually seen on workstation/server motherboards). This Xeon can be fitted in S775 sockets which are used in normal desktop systems. Internally it's equivelant to a Core 2 Duo E6400 which has the same core and the same 2133MHz clock frequency and cache sizes.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon L5320 'QYEI'
Intel Xeon L5320 'QYEI'

A low voltage quad-core Xeon with a TDP of 50W (regular models in this speedrange are rated 80W). The L5320 was released in March 2007 where. This engineering sample pre-dates that by roughly a month.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon X7350 'QWWZ'
Intel Xeon X7350 'QWWZ'

The 'Tigerton' Xeons are based on the 65nm Core 2 Duo architecture but released on a different socket to work with 4+ socket systems. This way you could buy systems with 4 of these CPU's fitted for a total of 16 cores. An expensive solution but with it's 2.93GHz clock you would get a very fast high-... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon X5365 'QWTH'
Intel Xeon X5365 'QWTH'

The brother of the X5355 but running at 3GHz rather than 2.66GHz. A good performer in it's day. This engineering sample is released about 3 months before the production version hit the market.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon X5355 'QWTM'
Intel Xeon X5355 'QWTM'

The Xeon X5355 is available in three different sSpec numbers:
SL9YM and SLAC4 being B3-steppings and SLAEG being a G0-stepping just like this QWTM engineering sample. I'm not sure what the difference is between SL9YM and SLAC4. The G0-stepping has a lower TDP and overclocks better.

The G0-steppi... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 5110 (1.6 GHz) 'SLABR'
Intel Xeon 5110 (1.6 GHz) 'SLABR'

The second to last slowest Xeon 'Woodcrest' CPU. Although these CPU's run technically just fine, the performance gap with the Xeon 5150 and 5160 is very big. In the time-frame when these CPU's were new I would go for the 5160, 5150 or 5140 in most cases as these CPU's are just faster and snappier. I... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 5140 (2.33 GHz) 'SLABN'
Intel Xeon 5140 (2.33 GHz) 'SLABN'

Not a bad server CPU in it's day. It offers 2 cores at 2.33GHz. There are faster versions available (5150 and 5160) but of course these were more expensive. In my opinion this model is in the affordable range while retaining decent performance.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon E5310 'SLAEM'
Intel Xeon E5310 'SLAEM'

The slowest CPU in the 65nm Clovertown family. It is equipped with 4 cores that run at just 1.6GHz. It was cheaper but usually not the best option if you wanted decent performance for your end-users. The 2.33GHz and higher clocked parts offered snappier performance.

Because this CPU has the lowes... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon X5260 'SLBAS'
Intel Xeon X5260 'SLBAS'

A dual-core "Core 2 Duo" based Xeon with 2 cores running at 3.33GHz. A nice performing server CPU back in late 2007 if you didn't need more than 2 (or 4 in dual CPU configuration) cores.

If you wanted 4 cores per CPU you could opt for the Xeon X5365 with ... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 5440 (2.83 GHz) 'SLBBJ'
Intel Xeon 5440 (2.83 GHz) 'SLBBJ'

Based on the Harpertown CPU which is basically an improved 45nm version of the Core 2 Duo. The improved architecture features a few enhancements that increase the IPC (Instructions Per Clockcycle) making it a faster CPU even at the same clockspeed.

This particular model has 4 cores that run at 2.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon W3570 'SLBES'
Intel Xeon W3570 'SLBES'

The server version of the Core i7 965. They share the same socket and have practically an identical chip except that the Xeon-version accepts DDR3-1333 rather than DDR3-1066.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon W3550 'SLBEY'
Intel Xeon W3550 'SLBEY'

The server version of the Core i7 950. They share the same socket and have identical performance specs.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon E5-1603 'SR0L9'
Intel Xeon E5-1603 'SR0L9'

This Xeon is based on the 32nm Sandy Bridge core which makes it a 'second generation' Core processor. Launched in March 2012 and offered a fair deal of performance for a quad-core piece. Sandy Bridge Xeon's are available in 2, 4, 6 and 8 core models. A lot of the Sandy Bridge Xeon's have Hyper-Threa... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon E5-2430v2 'SR1AH'
Intel Xeon E5-2430v2 'SR1AH'

This CPU is still in it's original (and unopened) box. It sits there since 2015 and probably many years to come.

The E5-2430v2 was launched in early 2014 for use in dual socket systems. It was not the fastest CPU or the one with most cores but it's price-performance ratio was generally pretty goo... > Read more

List of objects with the same chipset


Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
169M
1,?V
0439
S604
QAMW
Intel
169M
1,35V
0000
LGA775
Unknown
Intel
55M
1,5V
0304
S604
SL6GD
Intel
55M
1,5V
0309
S604
SL6NQ
Intel
55M
1,5V
0352
S604
SL6VP
Intel
291M
?
0617
LGA775
QPHC
Intel
291M
?
0552
LGA775
QJRM
Intel
291M
?
0720
LGA775
SLA4U
Intel
291M
?
0721
LGA775
SL9TA
Intel
291M
?
0634
LGA775
QVYH
Intel
291M
?
0805
LGA775
SLA98
Intel
291M
1.25V
0652
LGA775
SL9VS
Intel
291M
?
0628
LGA775
SL9S9
Intel
291M
?
0617
LGA775
QPGY
Intel
291M
?
0820
LGA775
SLAGG
Intel
291M
?
0728
LGA775
SLA9X
Intel
291M
1,25V
0710
LGA775
QXHM
Intel
675M
1,25V
0551
S604
SL8EY
Intel
125M
1.4V
0623
S604
SL8UM
Intel
169M
1.475V
0330
S604
SL6GZ
Intel
169M
1.475V
0345
S604
SL6Z2
Intel
169M
1,525V
0420
LGA775
Q650
Intel
291M
?
0732
LGA771
SLABR
Intel
291M
?
0716
LGA771
QXXG
Intel
291M
?
0646
LGA771
SL9RY
Intel
291M
?
0650
LGA771
SL9RX
Intel
291M
?
0724
LGA771
SLABP
Intel
291M
?
0724
LGA771
SLABP
Intel
291M
?
0734
LGA771
SLABN
Intel
291M
?
0641
LGA771
SL9RU
Intel
291M
?
0638
LGA771
SL9RT
Intel
582M
1.25V
0747
LGA771
SLAEM
Intel
582M
1.25V
0704
LGA775
QYEI
Intel
582M
1,25V
0720
LGA771
QWTW
Intel
582M
1,25V
0723
LGA771
QWTM
Intel
582M
1,25V
0718
LGA771
QWTH
Intel
410M
1,25V
0819
LGA771
QFZB
Intel
410M
1,35V
0801
LGA775
Q7KT
Intel
410M
1,25V
0822
LGA771
QFZP
Intel
410M
1,35V
0812
LGA775
SLAPL
Intel
410M
1,35V
0842
LGA775
SLB9J
Intel
410M
~1,36V
1023
LGA775
SLB9K
Intel
410M
~1,36V
1033
LGA775
SLB9K
Intel
410M
1,35V
0834
LGA771
SLBAS
Intel
731M
1.35V
0941
LGA1366
SLBFD
Intel
731M
1.35V
0941
LGA1366
SLBFD
Intel
731M
1.35V
0941
LGA1366
SLBF7
Intel
382M
1.3
1121
LGA1366
SLC2N
Intel
382M
1.3
1022
LGA1366
Q5BA
Intel
2.6B
1.3
1019
LGA1366
Q4GL
Intel
2.6B
1.3
1218
LGA1366
SLC3H
Intel
382M
1.3
1014
LGA1366
SLBVC
Intel
382M
1.3
1041
LGA1366
SLBYK
Intel
2.3B
1.248V
0902
LGA1567
Q1ZT
Intel
2.3B
1.248V
0945
LGA1567
Q3XE
Intel
2.3B
1.248V
0935
LGA1567
Q3KC
Intel
820M
?
0842
LGA771
SLBBJ
Intel
820M
?
0823
LGA771
SLANS
Intel
382M
1.3
0845
LGA1366
Q1H7
Intel
382M
1.3
0949
LGA1366
SLBEY
Intel
382M
1.3
0849
LGA1366
SLBEN
Intel
382M
1.3
0846
LGA1366
SLBES
Intel
504
?
1118
LGA2011
QA80
Intel
504
?
1033
LGA2011
Q0A4
Intel
504
?
1201
LGA1155
SR05H
Intel
504
?
0144
LGA2011
QBV3
Intel
504
?
1203
LGA2011
SR0KV
Intel
504
1,35V
1333
LGA2011
SR0L9
Intel
504
?
1122
LGA1155
SR05P
Intel
504
?
1147
LGA1155
SR05Q
Intel
504
?
1203
LGA1155
SR05C
Intel
504
?
1232
LGA1155
SR05Y
Intel
582M
1.0-1.5
0712
S604
QWWZ
Intel
?
?
1135
LGA2011
QBLY
Intel
1400M
1,35V
1348
BGA1023
SR0T5
Intel
?
?
1405
LGA2011
SR1AX
Intel
?
?
1539
LGA2011
SR1AH
Intel
?
?
1246
LGA2011
QE5F
Intel
1.4B
1.3
1335
LGA1155
SR0T9
Intel
112M
1,?V
0611
S604
SL8KQ
Intel
112M
1,?V
0427
S604
SL7DX
Intel
112M
1,?V
0533
S604
SL7PF
Intel
112M
1,?V
0412
S604
QN45
Intel
108M
1.75V
0208
S604
SL5G2
Intel
108M
1.75V
0217
S604
SL5G8
Intel
108M
1.75V
0106
S604
QCB6
Intel
?
?
0417
LGA771
QBGC
Intel
N/A
12V
0517
LGA771
QGQ0
Intel
N/A
12V
0517
LGA771
QGQ0
Intel
N/A
12V
0517
LGA771
QGQ0
Intel
?
?
0538
LGA771
QHZK
Intel
?
?
0643
LGA771
SL96A
Intel
?
?
0603
LGA771
QMOL
Intel
713M
1.3
1020
LGA1366
Q3MN