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Compare 15 world record performance benchmark results between the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family and previous...
Compares SPEC* CPU2006 integer and floating point throughput between the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 and the Intel® Xeon®...
Compares SPEC* CPU2006 integer and floating point throughput between the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-1600 and the Intel® Xeon®...
Compares SPECpower_ssj*2008 (single node) performance between the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-4650L/2650L and Intel® Xeon®...
Benchmark results show why servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v3 product family offer performance and value.
Compares SPECjbb* 2013 performance between the Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1280 v3 and the Intel Xeon processor E3-1280...
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2. Baseline configuration and score on SPECVirt_sc*2013 benchmark: Platform with two Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2690, 256GB memory, RHEL 6.4(KVM). Baseline source as of July 2013. Score: 624.9 @ 37 VMs. New configuration: IBM System x3650 M4* platform with two Intel Xeon processor E5-2697 v2, 512GB memory, RHEL 6.4(KVM). Source: Submitted to SPEC* for review/publication as of Sept. 10, 2013. Score: 947.9 @ 57 VMs.
3. Intel measurements of average time for an I/O device read to local system memory under idle conditions. Improvement compares Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family (230 ns) vs. Intel Xeon processor 5500 series (340 ns). Baseline Configuration: An Intel system with two Intel® Xeon processor E5520 (2.26GHz, 4C), 12GB memory @ 1333, C-States disabled, Intel® Turbo Boost Technology disabled, SMT disabled, Rubicon* PCIe* 2.0 x8. New Configuration: Meridian system with two Intel® Xeon processor E5-2665 (C0 stepping, 2.4GHz, 8C), 32GB memory @1600 MHz, C-States enabled, Intel® Turbo Boost Technology enabled. The measurements were taken with a LeCroy* PCIe* protocol analyzer using Intel internal Rubicon (PCIe* 2.0) and Florin (PCIe* 3.0) test cards running under Windows* 2008 R2 with SP1.
4. Baseline configuration and score on SPECpower_ssj*2008 benchmark: Platform with two Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2660, 16GB memory, Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 Enterprise x64 edition. Baseline source as of November 2012. Score: 5,544 overall ssj_ops/watt. New configuration: Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX300 S8* platform with two Intel Xeon processor E5-2660 v2, 48GB, Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard edition. Source: Submitted to SPEC* for review/publication as of Sept. 10, 2013. Score: 8,097 overall ssj_ops/watt.