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Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 Processor Price List in India

E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2609 v4 8 Cores / 16 vCPU 20 MB / 1.70 GHz Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2620 v4 8 Cores / 16 vCPU 20 MB / 2.10 GHz Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2640 v4 10 Cores / 20 vCPU 25 MB / 2. 40 GHz Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2683 v4 16 Cores / 32 vCPU 40 MB / 2.10 GHz Rs. 12,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2660 v4 14 Cores / 28 vCPU 35 MB / 2.00 GHz Rs. 12,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2680 v4 14 Cores / 28 vCPU 35 MB / 2.40 GHz Rs. 12,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2696 v4 22 Cores / 44 vCPU 55 MB / 2.2 GHz Rs. 13,999/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2698 v4 20 Cores / 40 vCPU 50 MB / 2.2 GHz Rs. 17,499/-

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The new generation Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 Processor series is coded as Broadwell-EP. Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 processors can be used in single, dual and quad-socket server systems. New Intel processors are expected to assimilate a number of augmentation, such as small assembling process, enhanced microarchitecture, increase in core count, greater last level cache, support for DDR4-2400 memory, and administrator mode access interruption feature. The E5-2600 v4 series consists of more than 20 contrasting SKUs.

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Intel Xeon E5-2600 V4 Series Processors Price List

E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2623 v4, E5-2637 v4 4 Cores Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2603 v4, E5-2643 v4 6 Cores Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2608L v4, E5-2667 v4 8 Cores Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2618L v4, E5-2630 v4, E5-2630L v4 10 Cores Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2628L v4, E5-2650 v4, E5-2687W v4 12 Cores Rs. 7,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2648L v4, E5-2650L v4, E5-2658 v4, E5-2690 v4 14 Cores Rs. 12,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2697A v4 16 Cores Rs. 12,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2695 v4, E5-2697 v4 18 Cores Rs. 12,499/-
E5-2600 V4 Series Intel Xeon E5-2699A v4, E5-2699R v4, E5-2699 v4 22 Cores Rs. 17,499/-

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Tech Primer: Intel E5 Xeon CPUs (Sandy Bridge-EP)

Always look at the date when you read an article. Some of the content in this article is most likely out of date, as it was written on March 6, 2012. For newer information, see our more recent articles.

Table of Contents


In late 2011, Intel launched their desktop series of Sandy Bridge-E processors and made it clear that their upcoming Xeon line of processors would be using this same Sandy Bridge-E architecture. The launch of this new Xeon line has finally arrived with the arrival of the Intel Xeon E5 processors. With the move to the Sandy Bridge-E architecture, the E5 series should give higher CPU performance with the same or better thermal limits as the previous generation of Xeon processors.

Because of the new architecture, the E5 series will use an all new platform (codenamed Romley) utilizing socket 2011 which should improve overall system performance in many areas. The naming scheme has also been adjusted due to the changes to the CPU architecture. See the image below for Intel’s graphic showing the new naming convention:

Most of this graphic is fairly self-explanatory except for the Socket Type (the second number in the Product Family string). An easier way to follow these socket types is to list them in terms of the LGA type:

8: LGA 1567
6: LGA 2011
4: LGA 1356
2: LGA 1155

Note that this only applies at the time of this article and a short period after. Even though the R (Sandy Bridge) socket currently uses LGA 2011, that does not mean that Intel will not use a different or new socket in the future. For at least the first half of 2012, however, this should be an accurate way to think of the socket associations.

Meet Sandy Bridge-EP

At launch, Intel is releasing a very wide variety of products as you can see below. Finding just the right CPU for a given application will be difficult for many due to the wide variety, but it also means that there should be a CPU perfectly suited for nearly any application. The offerings range from low frequency, four core budget CPUs to high frequency, six core CPUs up to medium frequency, eight core CPUs.

Model Stock Frequency Turbo Boost Cores / Threads  Shared L3 Cache Thermal Output
E5-2690 2.9Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 135W
E5-2687W 3.1Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 150W
E5-2680 2.7Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 130W
E5-2670 2.6Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 115W
E5-2667 2.9Ghz Yes 6/12 15MB 130W
E5-2665 2.4Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 115W
E5-2660 2.2Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 95W
E5-2650 2. 0Ghz Yes 8/16 20MB 95W
E5-2643 3.3Ghz Yes 4/8 10MB 130W
E5-2640 2.5Ghz Yes 6/12 15MB 95W
E5-2637 3.0Ghz Yes 2/4 5MB 95W
E5-2630 2.3Ghz Yes 6/12 15MB 95W
E5-2620 2.0Ghz Yes 6/12 15MB 95W
E5-2609 2.4Ghz No 4/4 10MB 80W
E5-2603 1.8Ghz No 4/4 10MB 80W
E5-1660 3.3Ghz Yes 6/12 15MB 130W
E5-1650 3.2Ghz Yes 6/12 12MB 130W
E5-1620 3. 6Ghz Yes 4/4 10MB 130W

As you can see, the number of options available is almost overwhelming. The available frequencies range from a modest 1.8Ghz all the way up to 3.6Ghz. The number of cores vary from 2 to 8, with the amount of L3 cache varying roughly in line with the core count between 5MB and 20MB total. This chart is great for comparing the new CPUs against other CPUs in their product line, but it does not give us any idea of the performance advantages over the previous generation. For that, let’s take a look at the detailed features of the E5 series versus the previous 5600 series of Xeon processors.

Detailed Features

Below is a quick breakdown of the features of the E5 series of processor versus the previous 5600 series:

  E5 Series (Sandy Bridge-EP) 5600 Series (Westmere-EP)
Maximum Cores 8 6
Turbo Boost Version 2. 0 1.0
L2 Cache per core 256KB 256KB
L3 Cache 20MB 12MB
QPI Link Speed Up to 8.0GT/s Up to 6.4GT/s
Memory Support Up to 4 DDR3 1600MHz memory channels per CPU Up to 3 DDR3 1333MHz memory channels per CPU
Process Technology 32nm 32nm
Socket 2011 1366

As you can see, there are improvements nearly across the board with the E5 series. The number of cores has increased to eight and with the new Turbo Boost 2.0, the turbo frequencies are greater than on the 5600 series. The amount of L2 cache per core has not increased, but the total possible L3 cache has increased from 12MB to 20MB.

The increased QPI link speed means that the CPU will be able to communicate with the rest of the system much faster. And while the process technology for manufacturing has not improved, the E5 series will use the new socket 2011 which allows for more contact points between the CPU and the motherboard. Finally, the increase memory support will allow more RAM operating at faster speeds to be used which can also result in an overall system performance boost.

While new product lines are usually faster than their predecessors, the E5 series adds so many improvements that it is actually somewhat difficult to make comparisons to the previous generation. One thing is very clear, however: the E5 series will certainly have a very nice performance boost over the previous generation.

Romley Platform

Alongside the new E5 Xeon processors, Intel is also launching a corresponding platform codenamed Romley. Pictured below is a comparison between the previous generation 5500/5600 platform and the new Romley platform.

As you can see from the graphic, the move to the new Romley platform brings about quite a few changes. One of the largest changes is that the PCIe lanes are now controlled directly from the CPU and do not pass through the chipset. The chipset on the Xeon 5500/5600 platform has always run very hot, often requiring either a high airflow chassis or dedicated cooling to keep it at a safe temperature. This one change alone will help reduce the temperature of the chipset and make it much easier to cool properly. For an example of the difference, check out the temperature section of our Asus Z9PE-DB WS qualification article in which we look at the heat of a Romley Chipset compared to an Intel 5520 chipset. In addition to the thermal advantages, the change of how the PCIe lanes are controlled will also make the communication between the CPU and the PCIe lanes much faster and more efficient resulting in increased system performance.

Since the PCIe lanes are controlled by the CPU now, the total number of PCIe lanes available now depends on the number of CPUs being used. Each CPU can now handle 40 PCIe 3.0 lanes versus the previous generation’s 36 PCIe 2.0 lane total. So a single socket Romley system will provide 40 PCIe lanes, while a dual socket system can provide 80 PCIe lanes. The communication path between dual CPUs has also been increased with dual QPI links now available rather than just a single link which results in an 1.6GT/s increase in data transfer speeds between the CPUs.

Finally, RAM compatibility has been improved with an update to four DDR3 lanes (8 physical sticks) per socket over the previous 3 lanes (6 physical sticks) per socket. The usable RAM frequency has also received a slight bump, upping from 1333Mhz to 1600Mhz.


After reviewing all the changes and features of the Xeon E5 series of CPU and the corresponding Romley platform, it’s clear that there will be a very noticeable performance improvement with this new line. The previous Westmere-EP series of Xeons are going end of life, but even if they were not, there would be absolutely no reason not to update our product line to the E5 series.

Due to the huge number of E5 processors available, we will only actively list the CPUs that meet the majority of our customer’s needs. If there is a specific CPU you are looking for and we do not list it on our product pages, we encourage you to contact our Puget Systems team at [email protected] to find out if it is available or if another CPU would be better suited for your needs.

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Key Features

— Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 series;

— QPI up to 9.6GT/s;

— Up to 1TB DDR4 2400MHz ECC Registered LRDIMM;

— 16x DIMM sockets;

— 4x PCI-E 3.0 x16 expansion slot for GPU; 2x PCI-E 3.0 x8;

1x PCI-E 3.0 x4;

— Network ports 2x 1Gbps;

— Intel i350 network controller;

— 8x Hot-swap 3.5″ drive bays;

— 4x 9.2cm fan and 2x 8cm fans with speed control;

— Two 2000W Titanium Level power supplies.


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    IPMI 2.0 + KVM with dedicated LAN port

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    4x PCI-Express 3.0 x16 for GPU

    2x PCI-Express 3.0 x8

    1x PCI-Express 3.0 x4

  • Integrated raid controller

    Intel C612 for 10 SATA3 (6Gb/s) ports;
    RAID 0,1,5,10

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    2x 1Gbps network ports (2x RJ-45)

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    IPMI 2. 0 + KVM with dedicated LAN port

    Intel Node Manager, SUM, SPM, SSM

    SuperDoctor 5, Watchdog

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Twice as powerful for the same money! Intel Xeon E5 vs.

E3 Series / Sudo Null IT News

Not so long ago, we published an article Comparing the performance of different generations of Intel processors, which presents the results of testing 8-core Intel Xeon E5 processors. Since then, several hundred servers based on V1 / V2 processors have been sold under the promotion, which have become a worthy analogue of the E5-2620V4 / 2630V3 in such tasks as: database server, terminal server, video surveillance, etc. But, unfortunately, the model a number was limited to only 2-processor platforms, which imposed an additional financial burden when using 1-processor configurations. A large number of requests prompted us to develop a budget model of a 1-socket server / workstation, which should significantly outperform Xeon E3 / Core i7-based platforms in terms of performance, and at the same time compete with them on price.

For this line of servers, a motherboard based on the C602 chipset was used, which is not discontinued. Three types of execution were chosen as the basis: MidiTower, Tower / 4U and 2U.
In order to properly position the server line on the market,
comparative testing of Intel Xeon E5-2650V2, E5-2680V2 and E5-1650V2 processors against E3-1230V6.

Stand configurations

Stand #1:
1. Motherboard: MBD-X9SRL-F
2. Processor: Intel Xeon E5-2650V2
3. Memory: 4 x 8GB DDR3L-1333 ECC Reg
4. Drives: 2 x 150Gb SSD

Booth #2:
1. Motherboard: MBD-X9SRL-F
2. Processor: Intel Xeon E5-2680V2
3. Memory: 4 x 8GB DDR3L-1333 ECC Reg
4. Drives: 2 x 150Gb SSD

Booth #3:
1. Motherboard: MBD-X9SRL-F
2. Processor: Intel Xeon E5-1650V2
3. Memory: 4 x 8GB DDR3L-1333 ECC Reg
4. Drives: 2 x 150Gb SSD

Booth #4:
1. Motherboard: MBD-X11SSH-F
2. Processor: Intel Xeon E3-1230V6
3. Memory: 4 x 8GB DDR4-2133 ECC
4. Drives: 2 x 150Gb SSD

Test results

PerformanceTest 9.0

The general test showed that the E5 processors confidently outperform the E3 processors due to the larger number of cores. And this is despite the lower frequency of memory and processor. In some computing tasks, the advantage of a 10-core processor was more than 2 times.
Of course, V2 processors have an early version of SSE and AVX, so the stage of testing extended instructions was lost, as well as the memory test — since different generations were compared: DDR3 and DDR4.

But all this did not prevent the E5-V2 processors from getting the best result in terms of the total coefficient.


Rendering is a task that can be perfectly parallelized using all the processing power. Obviously, in this test, the multi-core E5 processors also outperformed the 4-core Xeon E3 model. A similar result was observed in other software products, such as 3DsMAX. Also, the E5 line showed an almost 2-fold increase in video encoding tasks.


The performance test built into the 7-ZIP archiver showed a result similar to the previous test — parallel calculations are performed faster on a larger number of cores, albeit at a lower frequency.


Of particular interest were the results of the game test — how the server processor behaves in the popular 3DMark benchmark.

For these tasks, a separate stand with a mid-level gaming video card was assembled.
Compared desktop processor i7-7700 and server E5-2650V2

The result did not reveal any significant performance differences, but showed that even in games, the E5-2650V2 is not inferior to the desktop i7 with a frequency of 4.2 GHz in Turbo Boost mode.

Performance overview

In order to partly understand why we see such results, let’s look at the main parameters of the tested processors.

In addition to the standard specifications, I added one line — «The difference between the base frequency and the maximum frequency during overclocking.» It is in this parameter, in my opinion, that the share of success of the multi-core Xeon E5 is hidden. After all, how does Turbo Boost work? If the load on all the cores is not high, or some of the cores are completely idle, the processor can overclock the active cores to a frequency higher than the base one. Moreover, acceleration can occur in stages — depending on the load.

So the delta of these frequencies for 2650V2 and 2680V2 is 0.8 GHz, while for 1230V6 it is only 0.4 GHz.
This means that if the process supports parallel calculations, but limitedly (for example, in 3-4 threads), then the 1230V6 processor will be able to process it at a frequency of 3.5 GHz, since Turbo Boost will not be active due to the load on all available processor cores. And the 2680V2 processor will be loaded only by a third, so it will be able to process a similar task at a frequency close to the maximum — 3.6 GHz. This situation is likely if the necessary conditions are met — the latest version of Turbo Boost evaluates many parameters during overclocking, including the thermal mode and power consumption of each core individually and the processor as a whole. So, if there is no overheating and power consumption is normal, theoretically, nothing prevents the processor from overclocking to the maximum frequency not one (as in the early version of Turbo Boost), but several cores at once.
In my opinion, this is the effect we saw in the results of the 3DMARK test.
Well, if the process parallelizes perfectly, then 10 cores versus 4 show an obvious result, despite the difference in frequency.

The ability of the to significantly increase the frequency of single-threaded calculations and use all the cores for multi-threaded — makes E5 processors a universal solution for most typical and specialized tasks, including both professional and home.

Price analysis of models

We have three 1-socket models based on Intel Xeon E5-V2 multi-core processors:

  • 2U: EX127.3-008LH
  • 4U/Tower: EX140.3-008LH
  • Miditower: EX120.3-008LF

Let’s compare the cost of classic 2U servers based on E3 and E5 in a test configuration:

  • E3-1230V6: $3223
  • E5-1650V2: $3255
  • E5-2650V2: $3139
  • E5-2680V2: $3349

Let’s compare the cost of 4U / Tower servers based on E3 and E5 in a test configuration:

  • E3-1230V6: $ 3622
  • E5-1650V2: $3381
  • E5-2650V2: $3265
  • E5-2680V2: $3475

Let’s compare the cost of Miditower-servers/workstations based on i7 and E5 in the test configuration:

  • i7-7700/h370: $2121
  • E5-1650V2: $2289
  • E5-2650V2: $2173
  • E5-2680V2: $2383

Bottom line — in the case of a rack-mounted model, the E5-based model has a similar or lower cost than the E3-based model.

In the case of a workstation, the situation differs due to a not entirely direct comparison — in a workstation based on i7, a desktop motherboard and memory without error correction were calculated. The E5-based workstation, on the contrary, has a server MP and RAM. If we compare not with a PC on i7, but with a server on E3, then models based on E5 will also be slightly cheaper.

Why do we sell “old equipment”? Our product range includes different generations for two reasons. The first reason is reflected in the last performance comparison article — the new generation does not always provide performance advantages. The second reason is the lifetime of the model. The short life of the model is detrimental to the project business. There are projects that are implemented for a very long time. More than one year may pass from the moment of design to the moment of delivery. If the model lifetime is lower than the implementation period, then there are obvious difficulties in reconciling the differences between the specification laid down in the project and the one delivered after the fact.

HP hobbyists and other vendors face such problems. The 8th generation of servers was laid everywhere, and after the release of the 9th, it rapidly disappeared from the market. The same thing awaits Gen9 in the near future — some of the models are either already out of production, or will be removed in the near future and will be difficult to access, because. a new lineup on Gen10 has been formed.

Why is V2 cheaper than V4 or Scalable? Initially, they were purchased, at one time, at the same prices. But, lately, the market has been filled with offers of used servers based on processors of this generation at prices significantly lower than those of our new servers. Therefore, it was decided to mark down the components to create competitive conditions. This promotion showed a positive effect, which prompted us to extend it until the end of the production of motherboards and the complete sale of existing stocks. Currently available new servers with a 3-year warranty at prices significantly lower than the latest generation counterparts.

Or, within the framework of this article, comparing with the younger Intel Xeon processors — much more powerful, but for the same money.


Comparison of performance and price analysis shows that the line of servers / workstations based on Xeon E5-V2 processors can not only be a more budgetary alternative to the latest generation servers with equal power, but also significantly outperform 1-processor systems in the same price range in terms of performance.

Single-processor STSS Flagman EX series servers are actively used by our customers for various tasks, from database servers and terminal servers to video surveillance and virtualization. As I already mentioned, there is certainly a certain percentage of software that uses the latest technology in the latest generation of processors in the calculations. For such a specialized range of tasks, we recommend new models based on Intel Xeon Scalable.

Considering the STSS Flagman EX workstation as a personal workstation, we get a high-performance multi-core server configuration for the same price as the latest generation of i7-based PCs.