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General information
TypeCPU / Microprocessor
Market segmentServer
FamilyIntel Xeon E5-2600 v2
Model number  ? E5-2697 v2
CPU part numbers
  • CM8063501288843 is an OEM/tray microprocessor
  • BX80635E52697V2 is a boxed microprocessor
Frequency  ? 2700 MHz
Turbo frequency3500 MHz (1 core)
3000 MHz (all cores)
Bus speed  ? 8 GT/s QPI (4000 MHz)
5 GT/s DMI
Clock multiplier  ? 27
Package2011-land Flip-Chip Land Grid Array
SocketSocket 2011 / LGA2011
Size2.07" x 2.01" / 5.25cm x 5.1cm
Introduction dateSeptember 10, 2013
Price at introduction$2614 (OEM)
$2618 (box)
S-spec numbers
  ES/QS processors Production processors
Part number QEEY QF93 SR19H
BX80635E52697V2  +
Architecture / Microarchitecture
MicroarchitectureIvy Bridge
Processor core  ? Ivy Bridge-EP
Core steppings  ? C0? (QEEY)
C1 (QF93, SR19H)
Manufacturing process0.022 micron
Data width64 bit
The number of cores12
The number of threads24
Floating Point UnitIntegrated
Level 1 cache size  ? 12 x 32 KB instruction caches
12 x 32 KB data caches
Level 2 cache size  ? 12 x 256 KB
Level 3 cache size30 MB
Physical memory768 GB (per CPU)
MultiprocessingUp to 2 processors
  • MMX instructions
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
  • SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSSE3 / Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSE4 / SSE4.1 + SSE4.2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 4  ? 
  • AES / Advanced Encryption Standard instructions
  • AVX / Advanced Vector Extensions
  • F16C / 16-bit Floating-Point conversion instructions
  • EM64T / Extended Memory 64 technology / Intel 64  ? 
  • NX / XD / Execute disable bit  ? 
  • VT-x / Virtualization technology  ? 
  • VT-d / Virtualization for directed I/O
  • TBT 2.0 / Turbo Boost technology 2.0  ? 
  • TXT / Trusted Execution technology
  • HT / Hyper-Threading technology  ? 
Low power featuresEnhanced SpeedStep technology  ? 
Integrated peripherals / components
Integrated graphicsNone
Memory controller
  • The number of controllers: 1
    Memory channels: 4
    Supported memory: DDR3-800, DDR3-1066, DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600, DDR3-1866
    DIMMs per channel: 3
    Maximum memory bandwidth (GB/s): 59.7
    ECC supported: Yes
Other peripherals
  • Direct Media Interface 2.0
  • Quick Path Interconnect (2 links)
  • PCI Express 3.0 interface
Electrical / Thermal parameters
V core  ? 0.65V - 1.3V
Minimum/Maximum operating temperature  ? 5°C - 86°C
Thermal Design Power  ? 130 Watt
Notes on Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2
  • The processor has the following security, data protection and/or software features: Intel Secure Key, vPro technology and OS Guard.

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Related news stories

Intel Xeon E5-1600 v2 and E5-2600 v2 CPUs launched
Sep 14, 2013: Intel this week released Xeon E5-1600 v2 and E5-2600 v2 microprocessors for single- and dual-socket systems. New Xeon CPUs are built on more optimized and energy efficient 22nm Ivy Bridge-EP microarchitecture, and feature up to 50% more cores and up to 25% more cache at the same power envelope as previous generation of Xeon E5 products. Additionally, the processors incorporate Digital Random Number Generator, new Float 16 instructions, and have higher memory bandwidth due to added support for DDR3-1866 memory.

More details on Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 lineup
Aug 08, 2013: Sometime this quarter Intel is going to launch second generation Xeon E5 processors for dual-socket systems, dubbed as E5-2600 v2. Partial specifications of these Ivy Bridge-EP based microprocessors were found in June in a CPU support list on ASRock's website. Since then some details of Xeon E5 products appeared on Mouser Electronics website, and very recently we spotted more details in PCConnection web store. Although none of these sources have complete specifications, we merged them together, and present the results below.

Launch schedule of Intel Xeon server processors
Jul 30, 2013: Four months passed since we published a report, detailing a launch schedule of Intel Xeon processors. Since then, a roadmap for Xeon E7-8800/4800/2800 v2 series changed a bit. We also found new information on Xeon E3-1200 v3 refresh, and future Haswell-EP CPUs from E5-2600 v3 and E5-1600 v3 families. As a result, we decided to write a new article, that combines previously known data and recently discovered information.

Specifications of Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 CPUs
Jun 26, 2013: In this and the next two quarters, Intel is going to release single-, dual- and quad-socket server processors built on Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. The first CPUs to launch are Xeon E-2600 v2 and E5-1600 v2, that will be available in Q3 2013. In the past, we published common features present on many Xeon E5 series CPUs for socket LGA2011, but we did not know exact SKU lineup. Luckily, earlier this month TechPowerup found some details of E5 SKUs in ASRock's CPU support list.

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   Xeon E5-2697 v212 / 242.7 GHz3.5 GHz30 MB2130WHT, ESS$2614 
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   Xeon E5-4650 v210 / 202.4 GHz2.9 GHz25 MB495WHT, ESS$3616>
   Xeon E5-1680 v28 / 163 GHz3.9 GHz25 MB1130WHT, ESS >
   Xeon E5-4657L v212 / 242.4 GHz2.9 GHz30 MB4115WHT, ESS$4394>
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ESS - PowerNow! / Enhanced SpeedStep

Pictures (2)

2013-07-27 13:18:29
Posted by: PsyQ

Single E5 2697v2 + overclock
2013-09-21 18:59:59
Posted by: BeaZtiE@3DWS

At this pic. 30x110 (sum 3,3 ghz for core)
max stable 30x112 (for now)

look at cinebench result..
Single E5 2697v2 + overclock
Comments (2)

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Physical differences.

2013-08-23 14:14:55
Posted by: EventHorizon

Can someone explain to me why the picture uploaded for this CPU looks different compared to other Intel E5-XXXX processors? Based on the picture, it seems the V2 is more square-ish compared to the E5-XXXX already released, as well as having big cuts at each corner of the CPU that I have not seen on any other CPU's before. With those "big cuts", what socket would support this?


2013-08-25 10:54:08
Posted by: PsyQ

This is so-called 'B' package of LGA-2011 CPU.

It is only going to be used for 10 and 12 core Ivy Bridge EP CPUs (MCC and HCC SKUs). It is slightly wider but it still fits LGA2011 socket. 6 and 8 core CPUs will be in the older 'A' package which was also used in Sandy Bridge E/EP.

The only downside of the 'B' package is that it makes the CPU a bit harder to hold with your fingers while putting it in the socket.

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