This engineering sample ONLY supports assembled or DIY desktop computers and servers! Intel Xeon E5-2650 v3 ES QEYN 2.2GHz 10C LGA2011-3 Compatible X99 i7-6850K 6900K. When possible, items from multiple orders will be combined into the same package.
The Compatibility of engineering sample (ES) version of E5-2600 series (v3) CPUs is not exactly the same as OEM or retail version of CPU. There is a high possibility of compatibility issues using this ES CPU (such as boot failure) onto branded computers or branded servers, because generally MOST BIOS of the branded servers and branded computers do NOT contain the Specific Microcode to support the engineering sample (ES) version of E5-2600 (v1, v2, v3 and v4) series CPUs. The following is a Non-exclusive list of compatible products: Compatible Servers & Workstations: Dell: Precision Media Workstation T5610 Dell: Precision Media Workstation T5810 Dell: Precision Media Workstation T7810 Dell: Precision Media Workstation T7910 HP Z840 Desktop Workstation Lenovo: ThinkServer RD550 Lenovo: ThinkServer RD650 Lenovo: ThinkServer TD350 Lenovo: System x3550 M5 Lenovo: System x3650 M5 Lenovo: System x3500 M5 Lenovo: ThinkStation P500 Lenovo: ThinkStation P700 Lenovo: ThinkStation P900 Compatible Motherboards: Supermicro: X10S series Supermicro: X10D series Supermicro: C7X99-OCE Tyan: S562 series Tyan: S707 series Tyan: S708 series Asus: X99 series Asus: Rampage V Extreme Asus: Sabertooth X99 ASRock: EPC612 series ASRock: X99 series Gigabyte: MU70 Gigabyte: MW50/70 series Gigabyte: MD30/50/60/70/80 series Gigabyte: GA-X99 series MSI: MS-S0991 MSI: MS-S1311 MSI: MS-S1351 MSI: MS-S1561 MSI: X99 series EVGA: X99 family. INCOMPATIBLE OR UNSTABLE Servers & Workstations: Dell Precision Rack Workstation, Dell PowerEdge Rack Servers: support v3 series CPUs with A1/L0/M0/R0 stepping, v3 series CPUs QS version or Product Version/ OEM version CPUs only.
HP servers and workstations: support v3 series CPUs with A1/L0/M0/R0 stepping, v3 series CPUs QS version or Product Version/ OEM version CPUs only. HPE Proliant DL380 Gen9 Servers Not Supported! HPE ProLiant DL120 Gen9 Servers Not Supported! HP Z840 Workstation Not Supported! The CPU-Z screenshots shows the Stepping, the Number of CPU cores, level 1 cache , level 2 cache and level 3 cache , Max TDP, multiplier, and the Core speed (the maximum frequency) which is the maximum ALL cores frequency at which the processor is capable of operating using Intel® Turbo Boost Technology (Turbo Boost all of the cores simultaneously).All of the engineering sample (ES) version of E5-2600 series CPUs are NOT UNLOCKED but will be able to turbo up ALL cores (Turbo Boost all of the cores simultaneously) to the maximum frequency which the CPU-Z screenshots uploaded shows. Intel's definition of Max Turbo Frequency in Intel's official site is Max turbo frequency is the maximum SINGLE core frequency at which the processor is capable of operating using Intel® Turbo Boost Technology. " Therefore, the meaning of "Max Turbo Frequency which shows on intel's official site. Is different from the meaning of the Core speed (Turbo Boost all of the cores simultaneously) shows in the CPU-Z screenshots uploaded on this page.
About Intel Turbo Boost, the Calculation of Intel Turbo Boost shows an Example on the middle of this page of this link. About C6/C7 low-power states problem(If you are experiencing stability problems or worse, the system shut down completely) Because most power supplies do NOT support Haswell's C6/C7 low-power states, so If you are experiencing stability problems or worse, the system shut down completely, please disable C6/C7 power states, which will not affect the performance and will just affect the low-power sleep states.
Read more According to an Intel document viewed by the gang at The Tech Report, Haswells C6/C7 states requires a minimum load of 0.05 amps on the 12V2 line. Power supplies that are older or budget models simply arent capable of delivering such a small amount of juice. As a result, users with incompatible power supplies may experience stability problems or worse, the system may shut down completely if the power supply unit (PSU)'s under- or over-voltage protection kicks in. About Intel Turbo Boost VS Overclocking In one simple word it is a dynamic overclocking rather than a static overclocking.
Note: Some motherboards do not boot and discovery of the server hangs waiting for BIOS POST to complete because the BIOS is at an earlier version that This engineering sample Does NOT support E5-2600 v2 Series CPUs. To solve this problem, use an E5-2600 v1 Series CPU to enable POST and update your BIOS to the most recent version by using BIOS Update Utility, or upgrading the BIOS to the recent version by using a bios programmer tool. Because of the item is an ES (engineering sample) version CPU, for detailed specifications, Intel has not yet announced. Please refer to the OEM or retail version of the detailed specifications and the test screenshots of the CPU-Z release (ES detailed specifications for individual products may differ from the OEM or retail version). General information Type CPU / Microprocessor Market segment Server Family Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 Model number E5-2650 v3 Frequency 2300 MHz.
The frequency of this ES CPU is 2200 MHz. The item "Intel Xeon E5-2650 v3 ES QEYN 2.2GHz 10C LGA2011-3 Compatible X99 i7-6850K 6900K" is in sale since Wednesday, December 12, 2018. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Computer Components & Parts\CPUs/Processors". The seller is "icomputer_parts_eternal" and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.