Xeon X5675 and X5690 specifications
As we already reported one month ago, Intel plans to add 10 new models to 5600-series Xeon family next year. We previously published S-Spec and part numbers for Xeon E5603, E5606, E5607 and E5649 microprocessors. Today, we discovered S-spec and part numbers for two more Xeon CPUs - X5675 and X5690.
Xeon X5675 and X5690 processors are based on enhanced Nehalem microarchitecture, and they are built on the latest 32nm technology. Both models feature 6 cores and large 12 MB level 3 cache. The CPUs incorporate full range of Intel technologies - HyperThreading, Turbo Boost and Trusted Execution technologies. The X5690 operates at 3.46 GHz and fits 130 Watt thermal envelope. The processor will be produced with AT80614005913AB OEM and BX80614X5690 box part numbers, and SLBVX S-spec number. The X5676 will be clocked slower than the X5690, at 3.06 GHz, but will also have lower Thermal Design Power, 95 Watt. This model will have AT80614006696AA OEM and BX80614X5675 box part numbers, and SLBYL S-spec number. Expected launch date for these CPUs is February 2011.
Update (Aug 17): TechPowerUp reported yesterday that the Xeon X5690 will be available in the 4th quarter 2010, and it will have 3.6 GHz maximum Turbo Boost frequency.
Feb 14: Intel launches Xeon 5600 series and Core i7-990X CPUs
Feb 07: Intel Xeon 5600 refresh is scheduled for February 14
Nov 01: EUROCOM adds Xeon X5690 to Panther mobile server, then delays it
Jul 17: New Xeon 5600-series microprocessors coming in February 2011