Ten Mobile Intel Xeon E CPUs Based On Coffee Lake For LGA 1151 Socket Listed By Intel

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When it comes to CPU portfolio, no one comes close what Intel has to offer in terms of consumer, enthusiasts and corporate CPU products. Now Intel has announced ten more of its entry-level server CPUs in the form of Intel Xeon E CPUs based on Coffee Lake for LGA 1151 socket for Mobile devices.

Intel has confirmed ten Intel Xeon E entry-level server CPUs in a recent podcast. These Intel Xeon E processors include Intel Xeon E-2124, Intel Xeon E-2124G, and more. The Following is the full list of Intel Xeon E CPUs based on Coffee Lake for LGA 1151 socket that will be rolling out soon.

  • Intel Xeon E-2124
  • Intel Xeon E-2124G
  • Intel Xeon E-2126G
  • Intel Xeon E-2134
  • Intel Xeon E-2136
  • Intel Xeon E-2144G
  • Intel Xeon E-2146G
  • Intel Xeon E-2174G
  • Intel Xeon E-2176G
  • Intel Xeon E-2186G

While Intel has announced these new Xeon E CPUs but refrained itself from revealing their specifications. The Xeon E-2124 is rumored to have 4 cores/ 4 threads with a base clock of 3.4 GHz that can boost up to 4.5 GHz.

As for the Xeon E-2176G, it is quite similar to Core i7-8700K that features 6 cores/12 threads with a base clock of 3.7 that boost up to 4.7 GH. However, the Xeon E-2186G will be fastest one of these Intel Xeon E CPUs.

Intel has already revealed CM246 chipset and the announcement of these Xeon E CPUs indicate that Intel might soon roll out the motherboards and these chips into the market.

Speaking on Xeon CPUs, Intel has announced the Intel Xeon Gold 6138P with integrated Arria 10 FPGA.

Intel has announced that it has started mass producing the Intel Xeon Gold 6138P and has also started to ship out the CPU units to suppliers, meaning we will soon start to see these processors in the market.

This Intel Xeon Gold 6138P processor comes with “Arria 10 GX 1150” FPGA and features I/O bandwidth of up to 160Gbps per slot.

What do you think of these newly revealed Intel Xeon E CPUs? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Computerbase