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Announced on September 15th 2008, the Xeon 7400 series is a high end series of 7 CPUs destined for performance critical servers.

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amazing performance with very low power consumption throughout the series

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the first 6-core design to market

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extremely expensive

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for enterprise use only

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Announced on September 15th 2008, the Xeon 7400 series is a high end series of 7 CPUs destined for performance critical servers. Based on Intel's now well established 45nm fabrication process the 7400 series chips will contain up to 6 processing cores with 16MB of shared cache. Engineered to reside on Xeon 7000 series platforms that can allow up to 16 individual chips - for a total of 96 individual cores - the 7400 series are aimed specifically at large scalable enterprise servers. With large performance gains on previous chips, with lower than ever power consumption, the 7400 series includes chips ranging from a 4-core 2.13GHz (50W) to a 2.66 6-core (130W).

Features
  • up to 6 cores per CPU
  • up to 16MB of L3 cache
  • Intel Virtualization Technology
  • 1066MHz high speed interconnects
Models
Processor Power # of Cores Speed L3 Cache DBS
X7460 130 W 6 2.66 GHz 16 MB Yes
E7450 90  W 6 2.40 GHz 12 MB Yes
E7440 90 W 4 2.40 GHz 16 MB Yes
E7430 90 W 4 2.13 GHz 12 MB No
E7420 90 W 4 2.13 GHz 8 MB No
L7455 65 W 6 2.13 GHz 12 MB No
L7445 50 W 4 2.13 GHz 12 MB No
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