Detailed side-by-side comparison
Q: I have an Intel E5-4650 CPU. Is it possible to upgrade it?
A: Probably yes. Processor compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please see CPU-Upgrade.com website for CPU support list for your board.
Xeon E5-4650 Overclocking
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Intel Xeon E3 and E5 microprocessors launched
May 14, 2012
: As we expected,
Intel announced today Xeon E3-1200 v2 microprocessors for
single-socket servers and workstations. This family is going to
supersede E3-1200 series, that was in production since April of
last year. The company also launched Xeon E5-2400 CPUs for dual-socket
systems, and E5-4600 for quad-socket servers. Xeon E3-1200 v2 products
are built on the latest Intel's microarchitecture, codenamed Ivy
Bridge, while Xeon E5 series employs one generation older Sandy Bridge
Intel to launch Xeon processors on May 14
May 09, 2012
: Today Dell announced PowerEdge C5220 micro-servers based on upcoming
Ivy Bridge processors from Xeon E3-1200 v2 family. According to Dell,
the new microservers will deliver up to 95% higher performance within
the same rack, and up to 50% increased density in comparison with
previous generation of PowerEdge C5220 systems. The micro-servers will
be available on May 22, 2012, which implies that the launch of Ivy
Bridge Xeon CPUs is just around the corner. Indeed, based on
information that we have at hand, E3-1200 v2 series of processors will
be announced on May 14. Even more, Xeon E5-2400 and E5-4600 series
will be also announced on the same day.
Prices of Xeon E5-4600 microprocessors
Apr 09, 2012
: One month ago Intel introduced Romley platform and Xeon E5
microprocessors. The new platform and CPUs replaced 2+ year
old Tylersburg platform and Xeon 5500/5600-series chips, targeted at
mid-range dual-processor servers. Not only that, but the platform
already offers single socket chips from E5-1600 series, and will add
quad-socket E5-4600 processors in the second quarter. We published
specifications of Xeon E5-4600 lineup at the end of March, and now we
have their pricing details.
Intel Xeon E5-4600 lineup detailed
Mar 30, 2012
: Xeon E5 group of families was launched earlier this month. The
first released microprocessors were from E5-1600 and E5-2600
sub-families, aimed at single- and dual-processor servers, and
compatible with socket 2011. In the Q2 Intel will introduce another
Xeon E5 series for socket 2011, dubbed as E5-4600, that will support
quad-CPU configurations. Unlike 1600 and 2600 series,
where we knew full lineup specifications and prices well ahead of
launch, we didn't know as much about Xeon E5-4600 series.
We do know about their OEM and box part numbers, and last month we
discovered partial specifications of E5-4620 and E5-4650 SKUs on
ASRock website. We now have more details about Xeon E5-4600 lineup.
New Intel Sandy Bridge-EP CPUs spotted
Feb 13, 2012
: This quarter Intel plans to introduce Xeon E5-1600 products for
uni-processor systems, based on Romley (socket 2011) platform. We
originally reported on three E5-16xx quad-, 6- and 8-core models. Our
reader Rob Dunkley spotted two new entry level Xeon E5
microprocessors, and complete list of Xeon E5-2600 SKUs, on
CELSIUS M720 configuration page.
Intel Xeon E5 CPUs surfaced on Intel website
Jan 07, 2012
: Forthcoming Intel Xeon E5 family will be separated into 4
subfamilies, based on intended market. Xeon E5-4600 will support up to
4-way servers, E5-2400 and E5-2600 will target 2-way servers and
workstations, and E5-1600 series will work in uni-processor
systems. In the past months we reported on details of E5-1600, E5-2400
and E5-2400 families, whereas model lineup of E5-4600 family was not
known up to this moment. Today Intel added Xeon E5 box part numbers and S-spec
numbers to Material Declaration Data Sheets (MDDS) database. This
addition confirmed processor numbers of one- and two-way Xeon E5 chips,
and revealed E5-4600 processor numbers.