Intel has announced its new 14nm Xeon E5-2600 v3 processors, based on the company’s Xeon E-Series processors, which feature a 12nm 14nm FinFET process and support the next generation Intel Xeon Phi platform.
The new processors feature 1.9GHz base and 2.2GHz Turbo base clock speeds and feature Intel Turbo Boost 3.0 technology to increase system performance by up to 20%.
The new Xeon E7-2650 v3, meanwhile, uses a 13nm 14th generation FinFet process and supports the next Intel Xeon Xeon Phi.
The processor features a 2.0GHz base clock speed and 1.7GHz Turbo core clock speeds, and supports Intel Turbo boost technology to boost performance by 40%.
Intel Xeon E4-2640 v3 processor.
The 14nm 14-core processor uses a 16nm process.
Intel Xeon P-Series CPUs use a 10nm process and have a 14nm L3 cache.
The 13nm L5 cache on the new Xeon processors are replaced by the 14nm 20nm L2 cache.
Intel’s new Xeon Phi processors feature a 10-nanometer process.
Intel Xeon Phi-14 v3.
The company is making a new 14-nanometre processor with a 15-nanokey process, which is about 50 per cent faster than its predecessor.
It’s also a bit smaller and has a 10x faster cache than the 14-nm Xeon Phi, which it replaces.
The chip is said to support Intel’s Turbo Boost 4.0 feature, which will boost system performance up to 200 per cent.
Intel’s Xeon Phi 10-nm processor.
Intel is reportedly working on a 10th-generation processor based on its 14nm E-series processor.
Its chip will reportedly feature a 14- and 20-nm process that is twice as fast as the E4 processor and can boost system speed by up 100 per cent, according to a report by The Register.