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Intel Xeon E5-2680 chipset compatibility

A list of compatible chipsets was compiled from CPU support lists, published on our website.

Intel Xeon E5-2680 motherboard support

There are 63 motherboards, compatible with this processor. Complete list of these motherboards is available on the Intel Xeon E5-2680 motherboards page.

Intel Xeon E5-2680 specifications

The specs below were provided by CPU-World, and they are published with their permission. Please check CPU-World website for full specifications.

General specs

Microarchitecture:Sandy Bridge
Core Name:Sandy Bridge-EP
Manufacturing Process:0.032 micron
Socket Type:Socket 2011
The Number of Cores:8
The Number of Threads:16
Multiprocessing:Supported
Frequency:2.7 GHz
Maximum Turbo Frequency:3.5 GHz
Bus speed:4 GHz
L1 Cache:256 KB (code)
256 KB (data)
L2 Cache:2 MB
L3 Cache:20 MB
Thermal Design Power:130 Watt
 

Instructions and Technologies

Execute Disable Bit?Yes
64-bit Support?Yes
Hyper-Threading technology?Yes
Turbo Boost?Yes
Virtualization?Yes
Enhanced SpeedStep?Yes
Instruction Set Extensions:AES
AVX
MMX
SSE
SSE2
SSE3
SSE4
Supplemental SSE3

Part number of tray Intel Xeon E5-2680 microprocessors is CM8062107184424. Boxed products have BX80621E52680 part number. Please see Intel Xeon page for details on other processors from the family.

Xeon E5-2680 S-Spec numbers

Production versions of this Xeon processor had the following S-spec numbers:

S-Spec numberSteppingCPU ID
SR0GYC1206D6
SR0KHC2206D7

CPUs, similar to Intel Xeon E5-2680

The Intel E5-2680 is a Socket 2011 microprocessor, based on Sandy Bridge-EP core. There were also 32 Intel Sandy Bridge-EP chips, that work in the same socket. Below you will find partial characteristics of these microprocessors, as well as stepping information.

SpecificationsSteppingsUpgrade
Chance
Model / PartCoresThreadsFrequencyTurbo
Frequency
L2
Cache
L3
Cache
TDPC1C2M1
Xeon E5-1603442.8 GHz 1MB10MB130W  + 28%
Xeon E5-1607443 GHz 1MB10MB130W  + 28%
Xeon E5-1620483.6 GHz3.8 GHz1MB10MB130W  + 62%
Xeon E5-16506123.2 GHz3.8 GHz1.5MB12MB130W++  57%
Xeon E5-16606123.3 GHz3.9 GHz1.5MB15MB130W++  47%
Xeon E5-2603441.8 GHz 1MB10MB80W  + 75%
Xeon E5-2609442.4 GHz 1MB10MB80W  + 69%
Xeon E5-26206122 GHz2.5 GHz1.5MB15MB95W++  97%
Xeon E5-26306122.3 GHz2.8 GHz1.5MB15MB95W++  93%
Xeon E5-2630L6122 GHz2.5 GHz1.5MB15MB60W++  50%
Xeon E5-2637243 GHz3.5 GHz512KB5MB80W  + 65%
Xeon E5-26406122.5 GHz3 GHz1.5MB15MB95W++  85%
Xeon E5-2643483.3 GHz3.5 GHz1MB10MB130W  + 94%
Xeon E5-2648L8161.8 GHz2.1 GHz2MB20MB70W +  43%
Xeon E5-26508162 GHz2.8 GHz2MB20MB95W++  100%
Xeon E5-2650L8161.8 GHz2.3 GHz2MB20MB70W++  79%
Xeon E5-26588162.1 GHz2.4 GHz2MB20MB95W +  44%
Xeon E5-26608162.2 GHz3 GHz2MB20MB95W++  81%
Xeon E5-26658162.4 GHz3.1 GHz2MB20MB115W++  65%
Xeon E5-26676122.9 GHz3.5 GHz1.5MB15MB130W++  65%
Xeon E5-26708162.6 GHz3.3 GHz2MB20MB115W++  100%
Xeon E5-26808162.7 GHz3.5 GHz2MB20MB130W++  N/A
Xeon E5-2687W8163.1 GHz3.8 GHz2MB20MB150W++  60%
Xeon E5-26898162.6 GHz3.6 GHz2MB20MB115W    12%
Xeon E5-26908162.9 GHz3.8 GHz2MB20MB135W++  56%
Xeon E5-4603482 GHz 1MB10MB95W  + 7%
Xeon E5-46076122.2 GHz 1.5MB12MB95W +  7%
Xeon E5-46106122.4 GHz2.9 GHz1.5MB15MB95W +  7%
Xeon E5-4617662.9 GHz3.4 GHz1.5MB15MB130W +  7%
Xeon E5-46208162.2 GHz2.6 GHz2MB16MB95W +  22%
Xeon E5-46408162.4 GHz2.8 GHz2MB20MB95W +  7%
Xeon E5-46508162.7 GHz3.3 GHz2MB20MB130W +  22%
Xeon E5-4650L8162.6 GHz3.1 GHz2MB20MB115W +  7%

"Upgrade Chance" is a probability of a successful processor upgrade/downgrade from the Xeon E5-2680 (original CPU) to a specific model. This number is calculated as a percentage of all motherboards, compatible with both original and upgrade CPUs, compared to the number of motherboards, that support the original Intel E5-2680. The number "100%" means that all motherboards, that work with the original model, also work with the upgrade CPU. The number "0%" means that none of the boards, that support the original CPU, will support the upgrade processor. The manufacturers do not always test or publish results for obscure and unreleased models, and in some cases for OEM only processors, as a result they tend to have much lower scores than more common desktop/mobile counterparts.