Now featuring Intel's second-generation quad-core processor, existing mainstream server platforms, new high-performance computing systems, new workstations, and new business servers each deliver a unique combination of technology targeted at specific IT use environments. By selecting a platform that is best tuned for the most common IT usages, Intel servers are able to better optimize return on investment while extending the leading performance and performance-per-watt advantages enjoyed when using Intel's proven multi-core technology. The Intel Xeon processor 5400 series with quad-core technology helps provide your data center or business with the performance headroom needed to confidently consolidate applications onto fewer systems using proven virtualization solutions or the compute power necessary for high-performance computing applications and workstation solutions.
|Physical + Memory Specifications|
|L1 Cache Size||256 KB|
|L2 Cache Size||12 MB|
|Processor Speed + Class|
|Processor Speed||2.66 GHz|
|Number of Processor Cores||Quad-core (4 Core)|
|Processor Socket||Intel Socket J LGA-771|
|Processor Class||Intel Xeon|
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