Intel has launched the Xeon E line of processors which are set to replace the older E3 v6 Kaby Lake based CPUs. These entry-level CPUs are based off the Coffee Lake architecture and are using the 14nm++ process node. Intel did rename their entire Xeon Scalable lineup last year to do away with the complicated nomenclature but these new entry-level CPUs don’t fall within the same family. The Xeon E-2100 CPUs start off from quad-core non-hyperthreaded SKUs priced at $193 and go all the way up to hexacore hyperthreaded SKUs priced at $450. All CPUs launched today use the LGA1151 socket.
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