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Intel Xeon 2600 Family Processors Price List

Processor Series Processor Model Cores / Threads Cache / Base Frequency Price
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2609 v4 8 Cores / 16 Threads 20MB / 1.70 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2630 v4 10 Cores / 20 Threads 25MB / 2.20 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 Series Intel Xeon E5-2643 4 Cores / 8 Threads 10MB / 3.30 GHz Rs. 3,999/-
E5-2600 Series Intel Xeon E5-2620 6 Cores / 12 Threads 15MB / 2.00 GHz Rs. 3,999/-
E5-2600 Series Intel Xeon E5-2670 8 Cores / 16 Threads 20MB / 2.60 GHz Rs. 3,999/-
E5-2600 Series Intel Xeon E5-2687W 8 Cores / 16 Threads 20MB / 3.10 GHz Rs. 3,999/-
E5-2600 V2 Series Intel Xeon E5-2650 v2 8 Cores / 16 Threads 20MB / 2.60 GHz Rs. 4,499/-
E5-2600 V2 Series Intel Xeon E5-2680 v2 10 Cores / 20 Threads 25MB / 2.80 GHz Rs. 4,999/-
E5-2600 V3 Series Intel Xeon E5-2623 v3 4 Cores / 8 Threads 10MB / 3.00 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 V3 Series Intel Xeon E5-2620 v3 6 Cores / 12 Threads 15MB / 2. 40 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 V3 Series Intel Xeon E5-2667 v3 8 Cores / 16 Threads 20MB / 3.20 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 V3 Series Intel Xeon E5-2687W v3 10 Cores / 20 Threads 25MB / 3.10 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2620 v4 8 Cores / 16 Threads 20MB / 2.10 GHz Rs. 6,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2660 v4 14 Cores / 28 Threads 35MB / 2.00 GHz Rs. 11,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2680 v4 14 Cores / 28 Threads 35MB / 2.40 GHz Rs. 11,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2683 v4 16 Cores / 32 Threads 40MB / 2.10 GHz Rs. 11,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2698 v4 20 Cores / 40 Threads 50MB / 2. 20 GHz Rs. 14,999/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2696 v4 22 Cores / 44 Threads 55MB / 2.2 GHz Rs. 13,999/-

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Do you need powerful processors for your systems to handle any workload more effectively? Do you want to improve the reliability and efficiency of your data center and servers? You need the power, strength and performance of Intel Xeon processors to do more with your real-time analytics, cloud computing, processing for your critical businesses and for big data insights. Visit Server Basket’s Intel Xeon processors price list web page to know more and buy the latest Intel processors. This page has all series of the Intel Xeon CPUs listed along with their specifications and pricing for your better understanding and reference. In comparison to other Intel processors, Intel Xeon processors are stronger and built with error-correcting code (ECC) RAM. They offer higher maximum core count and can handle heavier workloads. They are known for their optimum performance, reliability, stability and security. These CPUs are compatible with all brands of servers and come at budget prices. You can refer to our detailed price list and select the processor suitable for your needs. We deliver processors all over India and also provide free remote installation support. Until the processor is under warranty, we won’t charge anything for product replacements.

Best CPUs for Mission Critical Businesses

The Intel Xeon processors are power-packed; they have a huge number of cores and exceptional features like error-correcting code memory for running mission-critical tasks and intensive applications. They support and easily deploy your hybrid cloud framework and the most challenging applications. Xeon processors like Intel Xeon x5650 and Intel Xeon e5620 are more advanced and durable when compared to other processors. They deliver hardware-enhanced security high-powered delivery for continuity of your business.

Compatible CPU’s for All Brands Servers

Whether your server is from Dell, HP, IBM or Cisco, Intel Xeon processors are compatible with all brands and kinds of servers – entry-level or enterprise level. The most advanced technologies and features in these processors deliver high performance and productivity for your business. Processors like Xeon x5650, Xeon e31220, Xeon e5620, Xeon x3470, Xeon x3430, Xeon x5460, x5690, x3430 and x5570 give the required performance boost to your servers for greater performance and reliability for your business.

All Series of Intel Xeon CPUs Listed

Intel Xeon Scalable processors, Intel Xeon D, W and E processors — all series of Intel Xeon processors are listed on this page, with their information and prices. You can conveniently refer to this list when you want to upgrade your current processors. These CPUs can deliver powerful performance for diverse, business-critical and data-intensive workloads with the highest uptime and reliability. You can compare the features of different CPUs and their prices in this list before selecting the best one.

Budget-Friendly CPUs for Upgrading Performance

If you want to upgrade the performance of your machines as well as business, Intel Xeon series are the ideal CPUs for you. We have them available in a huge variety with different numbers of cores, processing powers and cache capacities. There are multiple processors in each series of Intel Xeon that you will feel spoiled for choice. The prices of these processors are budget-friendly. From us, you get the best Xeon processor at a price lower than the market.

Saves Power Costs with Low Power Consumption

Intel Xeon processors are built on the most advanced technologies to deliver highly enhanced performances. These processors, however, have low power consumption even when they are running the maximum loads. This keeps the way lower than the maximum power target – thermal design power (TDP). Lower power consumption by the Intel Xeon processors saves good amounts on power costs, which can be used for other beneficial purposes for your business.

Detailed Price List of ALL CPUs

Our Intel Xeon processors price list is an exhaustive list, providing you much detailed information about features, benefits and prices of all the Xeon CPUs available with us. This makes it really convenient for you to make decisions about buying the most suitable processor for your needs. You can easily compare the prices and features of all CPUs listed on this page, as well as, with the other online sellers.

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Our job doesn’t end just at the sale. We value our customers, and so we stand by you. We provide free remote installation support to you. In case you find it difficult to install the processor correctly, or if there is an issue in its functioning, our experts will help you remotely to install and set up your Xeon processor so that it is ready to take on your business workloads.

Quick Delivery All Over India

You may be located in any corner of India, we reach everywhere. We complete all our deliveries in a maximum of three to four business days after you place your order. Our tie-ups with some of the best shipping companies make it possible to deliver your Xeon processors quickly and safely at your doorstep, irrespective of where you are located. We keep you and your business as our top priority.

No Charges for Replacement Under Warranty

All our Intel Xeon processors are covered under an assured warranty period. If you face any problems with the functioning of your Xeon CPU or if it is faulty or damaged, we will take care of it. If a repair is possible, we will do it, otherwise, you can get it replaced within the warranty duration. We do not charge anything extra for any product replacements covered under the warranty period.

Intel Xeon X5650 Processors Price List in India

Product Name Specifications Cores Price Buy Now
Intel Xeon X5650 Intel Xeon Processor X5650 (2.66 GHz/6-cores/12MB/95w) SLBV3 6 Rs. 2,722/- Buy Now
Intel Xeon X5650 Pair Intel Xeon Processor X5650 (2. 66 GHz/6-cores/12MB/95w) SLBV3 6 Rs. 5,444/- Buy Now
Dell Intel Xeon X5650 Dell Xeon X5650 with processor kit for Dell PowerEdge R410, R510, R610, R710 ,T410, T610 , T710 , M610 , M710 6 Rs. 2,722/-
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HP Intel Xeon X5650 HP Xeon X5650 with CPU kit for BL280c G6, BL460c G7, BL460c G6, DL380 G7, BL490c G7, DL160 G6, DL180 G6, DL320 G6, DL360 G6, DL360 G7, ML350 G6 6 Rs. 2,722/-
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IBM Intel Xeon X5650 IBM Xeon X5650 with cpu kit for IBM System X3500 M3, IBM BLADECENTER HS22, IBM SYSTEM X3550 M3, IBM System x3650 M3 6 Rs. 2,722/-
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Intel Xeon E5-2690 Processor Price List

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Intel Xeon E5-2690

Intel Xeon Processor E5-2690 ( 2. 90GHz/8-core/20MB/135W) SR0L0

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Intel Xeon E5-2690 Pair

Intel Xeon CPU E5-2690 ( 2.90GHz/8-core/20MB/135W) SR0L0

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Dell Intel Xeon E5-2690

Dell Xeon E5-2690 with CPU kit for Dell PowerEdge R620, Dell R720, Dell R720XD, Dell T620, Dell M620 Servers

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HP Intel Xeon E5-2690

HP Xeon E5-2690 with CPU kit for HP DL160 Gen8, HP DL360p Gen8, HP DL380p Gen8, HP BL460c Gen8, HP ML350p Gen8, HP SL230s Gen8, HP SL250s Gen8, HP SL390s G7 Servers

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IBM Intel Xeon E5-2690

IBM Xeon X5650 with Processor kit for IBM X3500 M4, IBM X3550 M4, IBM X3650 M4, IBM Bladecenter HS23 Server

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Xeon Platinum 9480 Flagship With Up To 56 Cores at $12980 US

A few days ago, Intel introduced its Xeon Max ‘Sapphire Rapids’ CPU lineup featuring HBM2e memory. Although Intel provides a technical disclosure featuring performance estimates and technology features of the lineup, we now have a first look at the specs and prices of the CPU family.

Intel Xeon M Max ‘Sapphire Rapids’ HBM CPUs Specs & Prices Detailed, At Least Five SKUs With Up To 56 Cores & $12980 US Pricing

The latest leak comes from YuuKi_AnS who has a follow-up post where he lists down at least five Intel Xeon Max CPUs within the Sapphire Rapids HBM lineup. The processors include the following:

  • Xeon Platinum 9480 — 56 Core (1.9 / 2.6 GHz) — $12980 US
  • Xeon Platinum 9470 — 52 Core (2.0 / 2.7 GHz) — $11590 US
  • Xeon Platinum 9468 — 48 Core (2.1 / 2.6 GHz) — $9900 US
  • Xeon Platinum 9460 — 40 Core (2.2 / 2.7 GHz) — $8750 US
  • Xeon Platinum 9462 — 32 Core (2.7 / 3.1 GHz) — $7995 US

The leaker has only listed the basic specifications such as model names, core counts, core clocks, and prices. Other details such as TDPs, Power Limits, Boost clocks, & cache configurations aren’t revealed yet. But based on the specs, it looks like Intel is betting all on HBM2e memory for extra performance and not the clocks, similar to how AMD works with its 3D V-Cache parts. These are purpose-built for cache and bandwidth-optimized workloads and hence make sense. Core counts on these chips are similar to the non-HBM2e lineup and so would the cache. As for the naming, it looks like the ‘Xeon Max’ branding isn’t used here but it is likely that this information is slightly old as Intel only revealed the latest family nomenclature just a few days ago.

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Pricing-wise, Intel is charging much more for its HBM2e Sapphire Rapids Max CPUs compared to AMD’s EPYC Genoa parts. The top AMD EPYC Genoa chip has an MSRP of $11,805 US and that is a 96-core part. Meanwhile, Intel with 56 cores and 64 GB of HBM2e memory is asking around $13K US and $11.5K US for the 52-core variant. These prices are quite steep and the performance must really have to be good in comparison to AMD’s EPYC Genoa in order for it to make sense.

Intel Xeon Max ‘Sapphire Rapids’ HBM CPU Lineup

Intel has also detailed its Sapphire Rapids Xeon Max CPUs with HBM memory. From what Intel has shown, their Xeon CPUs will house up to four HBM packages, all offering significantly higher DRAM bandwidth versus a baseline Sapphire Rapids-SP Xeon CPU with 8-channel DDR5 memory. This is going to allow Intel to offer a chip with both increased capacity and bandwidth for customers that demand it. The HBM SKUs can be used in two modes, an HBM Flat mode & an HBM caching mode.

The standard Sapphire Rapids-SP Xeon chip will feature 10 EMIB interconnects and the entire package will measure at a mighty 4446mm2. Moving over to the HBM variant, we are getting an increased number of interconnects which sit at 14 and are needed to interconnect the HBM2E memory to the cores.

The four HBM2E memory packages will feature 8-Hi stacks so Intel is going for at least 16 GB of HBM2E memory per stack for a total of 64 GB across the Sapphire Rapids-SP package. Talking about the package, the HBM variant will measure at an insane 5700mm2 or 28% larger than the standard variant. Compared to the recently leaked EPYC Genoa numbers, the HBM2E package for Sapphire Rapids-SP would end up 5% larger while the standard package will be 22% smaller.

  • Intel Sapphire Rapids-SP Xeon (Standard Package) — 4446mm2
  • Intel Sapphire Rapids-SP Xeon (HBM2E Package) — 5700mm2
  • AMD EPYC Genoa (12 CCD Package) — 5428mm2

It is also mentioned that the Intel Sapphire Rapids Xeon Max CPUs will feature up to 80 PCIe Gen 5.0 / 4.0 lanes, support for 8-channel DDR5-4800 memory, up to 4 UPI & 16 GTs lanes & a x8 DMI PCIe 3.0 interface.

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90,000 40 cores up to 3.4 GHz for $8,100. Intel Unveils Third Generation Xeon Scalable (IceLake-SP) — Its First 10nm Server Processors

Intel today officially unveiled its third generation Xeon Scalable processors, the so-called IceLake-SP. These are the first 10nm server processors, and it’s no surprise that they are better than their predecessors: more cores, better performance, and lower prices.

In terms of performance, Intel claims a 20% increase in IPC. Combined with other innovations (faster memory, larger cache, etc.), Intel claims an average performance increase of 1.46 times for normal tasks and a performance increase of 1.74 times for AI tasks. This is when comparing the new Xeon 8380 and its predecessor, Xeon 8280. And if we compare the new product with the 5-year-old Xeon E5-2688E4, then the advantage of the new product will be much greater — 2.65 times.

The third generation Xeon Scalable received increased amounts of cache memory of the first, second and third levels: the predecessors had 32 KB, 1 MB and 1.375 MB, while the new products had 48 KB, 1.25 and 1.5 MB, respectively. Instead of supporting 48 PCIe 3.0 lanes, there are now 64 PCIe 4.0 lanes. The RAM subsystem has also improved: 8 channels and memory modules with a frequency of 3200 MHz are supported (maximum memory is 6 TB). Support for sets of various commands has also been significantly expanded.

Model Number of cores L3 cache size, MB Frequency, GHz TDP, W Price, $
Xeon Platinum 8380 40 60 2.3-3.4 270 8099
Xeon Platinum 8368Q 38 57 2.6-3.7 270 6743
Xeon Platinum 8368 38 57 2.4-3.4 270 6302
Xeon Platinum 8362 32 48 2.8-3.6 265 5448
Xeon Platinum 8360Y 36 54 2.4-3.5 250 4702
Xeon Platinum 8358P 32 48 2.6-3.4 240 3950
Xeon Platinum 8358 32 48 2. 6-3.4 250 3950
Xeon Platinum 8352M 32 48 2.3-3.5 185 3864
Xeon Platinum 8352S 32 48 2.2-3.4 205 4046
Xeon Platinum 8352V 36 54 2.1-3.5 195 3450
Xeon Platinum 8352Y 32 48 2.2-3.4 205 3450
Xeon Platinum 8351N 36 54 2.4-3.5 225 3027
Xeon Gold 6354 18 39 3.0-3.6 205 2445
Xeon Gold 6348 28 42 2.6-3.5 235 3072
Xeon Gold 6346 16 36 3.1-3.6 205 2300
Xeon Gold 6342 24 36 2. 8-3.5 230 2529
Xeon Gold 6338N 32 48 2.2-3.5 185 2795
Xeon Gold 6338T 24 36 2.1-3.4 165 2742
Xeon Gold 6338 32 48 2.0-3.2 205 2612
Xeon Gold 6336Y 24 36 2.4-3.6 185 1977
Xeon Gold 6334 8 18 3.6-3.7 165 2214
Xeon Gold 6330N 28 42 2.2-3.4 165 2029
Xeon Gold 6330 28 42 2.0-3.1 205 1894
Xeon Gold 6326 16 24 2.9-3.5 185 1300
Xeon Gold 6314U 32 48 2. 3-3.4 205 2600
Xeon Gold 6312U 24 36 2.4-3.6 185 1450
Xeon Gold 5320T 20 30 2.3-3.5 150 1727
Xeon Gold 5320 26 39 2.2-3.4 185 1555
Xeon Gold 5318N 24 36 2.1-3.4 150 1375
Xeon Gold 5318S 24 36 2.1-3.4 165 1667
Xeon Gold 5318Y 24 36 2.1-3.4 165 1273
Xeon Gold 5317 12 18 3.0-3.6 150 950
Xeon Gold 5315Y 8 12 3.2-3.6 140 895
Xeon Silver 4316 20 30 2. 3-3.4 150 1002
Xeon Silver 4314 16 24 2.4-3.4 135 694
Xeon Silver 4310T 10 15 2.3-3.5 105 555
Xeon Silver 4310 12 18 2.1-3.3 120 501
Xeon Silver 4309Y 8 12 2.8-3.6 105 501

Ice Lake-SPs received support for Deep Learning Boost (DL Boost) to accelerate AI tasks, as well as additional security features and technologies, including the Intel Software Guard Extension (Intel SGX) instruction set that allows the application to create enclaves — areas in the virtual address space that are protected from reading and writing from outside this area by other processes, including the operating system kernel.

Of course, Intel could not help but compare its new products with competing AMD Epyc CPUs, however, the comparison demonstrating the superiority of the 40-core «blue» CPU over the 64-core «red» turned out to be very specific: the Intel CPU is faster in specific tasks like AI acceleration and DL Boost. It should be assumed that in all other «mundane» processes AMD Epyc is faster, which is not surprising.

Perhaps the biggest benefit for third-generation Xeon Scalable customers is lower prices. For example, if the top model of the previous generation, the Xeon 8280, is now asking for $10,000, then the new flagship Xeon 8380, which also has more cores (40 versus 28), is priced at $8,100.

Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Features and Applications ❱❱

Intel Xeon Scalable processors are new server processors that completely replace the E5/E7 series. The creation of a new family was required in order to make significant improvements to server processors:

  • implement socket compatibility;

  • increase the processor microarchitecture update rate;

  • get rid of the uneven update of the E5 and E7 lines.

Xeon Scalable Features

One of the key advantages of Scalable processors is the use of the modern Skylake architecture. It is characterized by the use of the latest technical process, which allows you to increase the number of cores (and therefore performance) and reduce heat generation.

In addition, some changes have been made to the cache structure. Intel uses a special three-level cache scheme, in which the L3 cache duplicates the L1 and L2 caches. In Scalable processors, the volume of the L2 cache has increased to 1MB, but the volume of the L3 cache has slightly decreased. Now its volume is 1.375 MB per core. However, this pattern is not always observed, and some models have an increased cache size. As a result, such a reorganization of the cache provides an increase in useful volume and performance.

The scalability of the new processors is one of the key features announced for the new Xeon Scalable. To do this, Intel had to implement certain technical features, the most notable of which is the use of a single socket. Now, in order to change the processor to a more productive one, you do not have to purchase a new motherboard. In addition, to implement the scalability strategy, Intel has implemented a number of additional technologies:

  1. Intel Volume Management Devices. Used to combine various drives with an NVMe interface into a single logical storage. This technology improves reliability, serviceability (including the ability to hot-swap the drive).

  2. Intel Virtual RAID on CPU. An integrated hardware and software solution that allows you to create a RAID of the required level.

The integration of these technologies, as well as a single socket, are the main differences between Xeon Scalable and previous Intel Xeon.

Model range

There are 4 lines in the new family (Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze).





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9056 6 3XXX


Up to 28

Up to 22

Up to 12

Up to 8

Number of processors per system

Up to 8

Up to 4

Up to 2

Up to 2

Supported memory type


DDR4-2400 (Gold 5XXX)/DDR4-2600 (Gold 6XXX) 0026


New indexes have been added that separate some models into a certain category. So, models with the F index are characterized by the built-in intel Omni-Path controller, the M index is assigned to models with support for more RAM (1.5 TB instead of the standard 768 GB), and the letter T marks models for working in extreme conditions (according to the NEBS standard) .

The number of Intel Scalable processors is large and allows you to choose the optimal model for any load.

Practical application

Scalable processors are perfect for companies where the load on the server can increase several times. For example, what to do if the server performance is insufficient and it needs to be increased by 2-3 times?

Intel Scalable processors allow you to quickly and cost-effectively switch to another series and increase server performance by several times. For example, the difference between the Bronze and Silver processors is significant — an increased number of cores, an increased clock frequency. Using a single socket makes all Scalable processors interchangeable, which means that you do not have to change the motherboard to go from Bronze 3106 to Silver 4108.