The Intel Xeon E3-1200 V5 processor optimized for the server
Intel Xeon E3-1200 V5 boosts performance, ensures continuous operation, and delivers return on investment.
Compared with Intel Xeon E3-1200 v3, the Intel Xeon E3-1200 V5 series is greatly improved from the use of Skylake CPU technology. Memory improves with DDR4 RAM support for more power saving and stability. Maximum capacity doubled from 32GB to 64GB, certified for compatibility with 15 specialized applications from Adobe, Autodesk, Bently, Dassault, PTC and Siemens
For some servers that require graphics processing, Intel has equipped Intel HD Graphic P530 with 3 4K monitors with 24 processing units for 200% increase in graphics processing speed. Intel Xeon E3-1200 V5 boosts support ports with 20 PCI gen 3 lanes, double the number of USB ports and 2 more SATA 6GB / s ports.
According to the Intel representative, the investment cost of the machine is high but commensurate with the performance. Production server CPUs for businesses with huge workloads should be specialized for multitasking with 4-core 8-thread processors. This helps the server speed up e-mail, web, application data and updates of many users. In addition, the 8MB Cache memory provides server support for enhanced performance and responsiveness. Maximum memory capacity up to 64GB is enough to run multiple programs and multiple virtual machines at the same time.
Ensuring data security is a priority for businesses when investing in servers. As a result, Intel comes equipped with a hot-swap function that can be removed and replaced while the system is running. Servers equip with redundant power supplies and have multiple hard drives operating at the same time in RAID format to avoid data loss. Intel Xeon Processor E3-1200 v5 also supports ECC memory, which self-checks and fixes memory errors to prevent data loss.
The machine uses Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 V5.
The server CPU is based on the Xeon CPU platform that helps the system run faster and reduces power consumption by automatically adjusting the clock speed of each core independently to suit processing needs. Virtualization technology and manageability in the server help reduce on-site repair costs and system downtime when problems occur.