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Is Intel Xeon X series of cpu safe for server? I looked in Dell and HP, they have all E series for servers, is there any other reason than just low power consumption? Or is low power consumption important for server reliability safe from possible downtime of servers?
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Hello,

X series CPU is good. Power consumption is the main factor. You can save power.

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Tushar Kaskhedikar
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Don't know about Dell but most HP servers give you the option of L, E and X; see http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13595_div/13595_div.html#Core%20Options for example. http://ark.intel.com/ProductCollection.aspx?series=47915 will give you more info on speed, power consumption etc.
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