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Intel Accelerates Paxville Release

According to sources among Taiwanese server component manufacturers, 90nm dual-core Xeon MP processors known as Paxville may indeed debut this year, however, contrary to earlier information, this will not happen in the third, but in the fourth quarter of 2021.

Paxville will be part of the Intel Xeon MP7000 series, the clock speed of which will be up to 3 GHz.

The same sources have data that in the first quarter of 2021, MV Dempsey processors will be released on the market, whose clock frequency will be increased to 3.2 GHz. Running at 1066 MHz FSB, MV Dempsey will consume 95 watts of power and form the backbone of the Xeon DP5000 series.

Comparative characteristics of 64-bit Xeon and Xeon MP (90nm process technology)
Paxville (2-core)
Index
7041
7040
7030
7020
Clock frequency
3 GHz
3 GHz
2.8 GHz
2.67 GHz
Cache
2×2 MB L2
2×2 MB L2
2×1 MB L2
2×1 MB L2
FSB
800 MHz
667 MHz
800 MHz
667 MHz
Potomac (single core)
Frequency
3.33 GHz
3 GHz
2.83 GHz
Cache
8 MB L3
8 MB L3
4 MB L3
FSB
667 MHz
Cranford (single core)
Frequency
3.66 GHz
3.16 GHz
Cache
1 MB L2
1 MB L2
FSB
667 MHz

Observers believe the Paxville acceleration is a result of Intel’s desire to counterbalance AMD’s overly successful introduction of the dual-core Opteron into the x86 server market.

Of course, in the second half of the year, the company will also pay great attention to the promotion of virtualization and management technologies (Advanced Management), and will also begin to assign indexes to its processors. Itanium processors are known to be indexed 9000 and higher, Xeon – 5000 and 7000 (what was previously called Xeon DP and Xeon MP). According to the second source, after Paxville, Tulsa will be released in the third quarter of 2021 – the first processor of the Xeon 7000 family, made according to 65 standards. The 5000 series will also be represented by the 65nm Dempsey model, but the Sossaman, a server processor based on the Yonah laptop, will enter the market even earlier.

Based on materials from Digi Times, The Register.