Signal and functional descriptions, PCH pin states and system clock domains, ballout definition, package info, electrical characteristics, more. Thermal / Mechanical Specifications and Design Guidelines .. Intel® C Series Chipset and Intel® X79 Express Chipset Datasheet. GMT Intel X79 Express. Chipset – Intel® C Series Chipset/Intel® X Express Chipset: Datasheet. Download PDF This manual is.

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I’m trying to understand what PCH I have. NO, the cpu you have does not mean you have a server chipset, it just is more probable. The C series has two variations, one for servers and workstations which is C and one for non-xeon CPUs which is X99, right? They are separate chipset for separate CPUs and functionality, yes.

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Having a xeon cpu means it is supported by either x99 or c, it does not imply you have a server board per se c I think there may be some crossover though.

The naming you see in device manager simply means that most of those devices are parallel in those two chipset and could be named any name- c or x99, also the cpu itself contains some of them as the northbridge is in it as well.


Joined Nov 8, Messages 7 0. Retrieved 31 May You have a server board which uses the c chipset.

These support LGA I cannot check on the chip itself since it has a heat sink on it. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Intel® C Series Chipset and Intel® X99 Chipset PCH Spec Update

Since I have Xeon server it means that I have C chipset, right? So, you think that C is another name for X99? The wiki page xhipset that X99 chipset is under Cseries chipsets. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. The mobo specs says it has series.

Intel® C610 Series Chipset and Intel® X99 Chipset PCH Spec Update

New posts What’s new Latest activity New profile posts. The C chipset is for xeon cpus and server class motherboards.

Note that datashheet P2 chips mentioned above were initially designed for the Intel chipset for Itanium 2, and that the summary page of the E datasheet incorrectly claims three PCI Express interfaces. EarthDog Nov 9, CPUz shows what cpu is under the heatsink as well Common to all C variants are the following features:.

This means that the and initial codename Tylersburg-EP chipsets are essentially QPI to PCI Express interfaces; the is more intended for graphical workstations and the for servers that do not need vast amounts datasehet PCI Express connectivity. Joined Nov 27, Messages 0. What are you really asking Views Read Edit View history. EarthDogI think I got it now. The divergence was implemented by using different sockets; since then, the sockets for Xeon chips have tended to remain constant across several generations of datawheet.


Retrieved from ” https: The chipset is also compatible with an Intel Core i5 or Intel Core i3 processor. The Nehalem-based Xeons for dual-socket systems, initially launched as the Xeon 55xx series, feature a very different system structure: If you have a desktop motherboard any consumer, gaming etc.

C6 0 0 is X79 – https: X99 is for non xeon cpus. The mobo has Xeon CPU. Who’s right or am I reading it wrong?

All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from April Articles with permanently dead external links. Around the time that the Pentium III processor was introduced, Intel’s Xeon line diverged from its line of desktop processors, which at the time was using the Pentium branding.

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