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Intel Xeon E7 v2 Server (Quad and Octal Socket)
  31 March 2014

Intel has released the new Xeon E7 v2 family of processors; similar to the Xeon E5-2600 v2 family it is a 6, 8, 10, or 12 core Ivy Bridge Xeon except that the E7 v2 is also available as a 15-core CPU and they can be used in quad- or octal-socket servers. The top end 15-core CPU will have 4.31 billion transistors, run at 2.8 GHz frequency (3.4GHz Turbo), 40 PCIe lanes, and a maximum TDP of 155W.

Model
Scalability
Cores
Frequency (TB)  
Cache
TDP
E7-8890 v2    
8-socket 15
2.8GHz (3.4GHz)
37.5M
155W
E7-8880 v2
8-socket 15
2.5GHz (3.1GHz)
37.5M
130W
E7-8870 v2
8-socket 15
2.3GHz (2.9GHz)
30M
130W
E7-8857 v2
8-socket 12
3.0GHz (3.6GHz)
30M
130W
E7-8850 v2
8-socket 12 2.3GHz (2.8GHz)
24M
105W
E7-8891 v2
8-socket 10
3.2GHz (3.7GHz)
37.5M
155W
E7-4820 v2
4-socket 8
2.0GHz (2.5GHz)
16M
105W
E7-8893 v2
8-socket 6
3.4GHz (3.7GHz)
37.5M
155W
E7-4809 v2
4-socket 6
1.9GHz
12M
105W

The first of the Supermicro servers to support these processors is the 4U 4-way 4048B-TRFT. This system supports Quad Xeon processors (E7-8800 v2 / E7-4800 v2 family from the table above), up to 6TB DDR3 1600MHz ECC RDIMMs or LRDIMMs with 96 DIMM sockets, up to 11x PCI-E 3.0 slots (4 x16, 7 x8), 2x 10GbE LAN, 1x Dedicated LAN for IPMI Remote Management, 1x VGA port, and 24 Hot-swap 2.5" SAS3/SATA3 drives.

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Rear I/O module

8 x Memory riser cards

Target applications include Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, HPC/Cluster, Data Center, Database Apps, Enterprise Server, and Financial Analysis. The new E7 v2 processors replace the previous generation of Xeon E7 processors released 3 years ago; with a 50% increase in processing core counts and 30% increase in integer performance per core, we expect double the general computing performance in scalable integer applications (such as SAP), and triple the performance for floating point applications.

Supermicro New Zealand recommends Fitness for Purpose and Total Cost of Ownership as the criteria for purchasing decisions. Please email This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it   for any immediate requirements or to discuss further - we are happy to assist you with future planning.

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