The Intel Xeon processor 5500 series offers up to nine times faster performance over single-core servers. It automatically places CPUs and memory into an optimal power state for maximum performance, while reducing energy use over single-core servers. Users can also mix different generations of Intel Xeon processors within the same pool, achieving a 9:1 server consolidation ratio, while reducing operating costs up to 90 percent, resulting in an estimated eight month ROI.
|Physical + Memory Specifications|
|L1 Cache Size||256 KB|
|L2 Cache Size||1 MB|
|L3 Cache Size||8 MB|
|Processor Speed + Class|
|Processor Speed||2.40 GHz|
|Number of Processor Cores||Quad-core (4 Core)|
|Processor Socket||Intel Socket B LGA-1366|
|Processor Class||Intel Xeon|
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