Intel Xeon E7-8867L

$4,172.00 Released April, 2011

The Intel Xeon E7-8867L is a top-of-the-line deca-core server/workstation processor similar to the Intel Xeon E7-8860. The two processors differ in a few key areas, namely: clock speed (the 8867L clocks at 2.13 GHz while the 8860 clocks at 2.26 GHz), cache size (the 8867L sports 30 MB of L3 cache, the 8860: 24 MB) and TDP (the 8867L's is 105 W as opposed to the 8860's 130 W).

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Otherwise, the two processors sport similar specs and features, including: Hyper-Threading technology, Turbo Boost and 32-nanometer architecture.

The Xeon E7-8867L's Hyper-Threading technology allows its 10 cores to offer double their productivity, resulting in 20 simultaneous activities for extreme processing power suited for workstation/server use. Its Turbo Boost technology allows the Xeon E7-8867L to automatically increase its clock speed from the core 2.13 GHz to 2.533 GHz for reduced slowdown while under heavy load. Meanwhile, the Xeon E7-8867L's 32-nanometer architecture makes it more energy efficient than 45 nm or greater architectures, resulting in a lower TDP with greater processing power.


  • # of cores: 10
  • # of threads: 20
  • Clock speed: 2.13 GHz
  • Max Turbo Frequency: 2.533 GHz
  • Max TDP: 105 W
  • Hyper-Threading technology
  • 32-nanometer architecture
  • Intel Smart Cache: 30 MB
  • Thermal monitoring

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