Intel Xeon E5-2470 v2 

Released January, 2014
  • 2.4 GHz
  • Deca core

Dual processor system capable Xeons are E5-26xx v2, and quad processor system capable Xeons are E5-46xx v2.
by Ian-Cutress (Mar, 2014)
The principle today is still the same, primarily as an output for H.264 + AAC/MP3 audio within an MKV container.
by Ian-Cutress (Mar, 2014)

Features Key features of the Intel Xeon E5-2470 v2

clock speed

Xeon E5-2470 v2
2.4 GHz
Xeon E5-2450 v2
2.5 GHz

turbo clock speed

Xeon E5-2470 v2
3.2 GHz
Core i7 5960X
3.5 GHz
Xeon E5-2450 v2
3.3 GHz

L2 cache

Xeon E5-2470 v2
2.5 MB

L3 cache

Xeon E5-2470 v2
25 MB


Xeon E5-2470 v2

In The News From around the web


Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 and Xeon E5-2687W v2 Review: 12 and 8 Cores

by Ian Cutress |
The ultra-high-end enthusiast also wants all the bells and whistles, such as overclockability, a good range of DRAM speed support and top quality construction materials.
My goal was to find out where these two CPUs stand in what I consider ‘an enthusiast user’s scenario’, and as such we used the same benchmarks as in the AMD Kaveri launch article, involving gaming, compression, rendering, video conversion and 2D image to 3D modeling creation.

Intel releases Xeon E7 v2 chipset

by Nick Farrell |
Beyond two times better performance power, Intel is promising a few other upgrades with the next generation of this data-focused chipset, including triple the memory capacity, four times the I/O bandwidth and the potential to reduce total cost of ownership by up to 80 percent.
There was also talk of 40W, 1.4GHz models at ISSCC but they have not been announced yet.

Intel Roadmap Including Xeon E7 v2 Lineup

by Scott Michaud |
This should be the first time since Sandy Bridge-E (2011) that expensive PCs get a healthy boost to single-threaded performance, clock for clock.
Heading into the third quarter, we should see Haswell-E make an appearance for the enthusiast desktop and moderately high-end server.

Intel Readying 15-core Xeon E7 v2

by Ian Cutress |
2.8 GHz Turbo Frequency (though the design will scale to 3.8 GHz).
Judging by the available information, it would seem that Intel are preparing a stack of ‘Ivytown’ processors along this design, and thus a range of Xeon E7 processors, from 1.4 GHz to 3.8 GHz, drawing between 40W and 150W, similar to the Xeon E5 v2 range.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Clock speed 2.4 GHz
Turbo clock speed 3.2 GHz
Cores Deca core
Socket type LGA 1356
Is unlocked No


Has a NX bit Yes
Supports trusted computing Yes
Has virtualization support Yes
Instruction set extensions
  1. AES
  2. AVX
Supports dynamic frequency scaling Yes

power consumption

Annual home energy cost 22.89 $/year
Annual commercial energy cost 83.22 $/year
Typical power consumption 77.19W


Architecture QPI
Data rate 32,000 MB/s
Transfer rate 8,000 MT/s
Clock speed 4,000 MHz


Architecture x86-64
Threads 20 threads
L2 cache 2.5 MB
L2 cache per core 0.25 MB/core
L3 cache 25 MB
L3 cache per core 2.5 MB/core
Manufacture process 22 nm
Max CPUs 2
Clock multiplier 24
Voltage range 0.65 - 1.3V
Operating temperature Unknown - 80°C

integrated graphics

GPU None

memory controller

Memory controller Built-in
Memory type
  1. DDR3-1600
  2. DDR3-1333
  3. DDR3-1066
  4. DDR3
  5. DDR3-800
Channels Triple Channel
Supports ECC Yes
Maximum bandwidth 38,400 MB/s
Maximum memory size 393,216 MB
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