does the Intel S3210SHLC Mainboard support the Xeon L3110 CPU?
according to the "Tested Processor List", not. any change in sight here?
also i´m wondering if i could estimate a significant difference in power usage which would justify the price premium, as the 65W TDP CPUs are
already very economically.
thanks for your input
with regards to future compatibility, your best best is to contact intel support and ask them directly.
Seeing as these low voltage processors are rated as 45Watts. you would save in theory around 175kWh per year if running 24/7.
Good news! I just confirmed that the Intel® Xeon® processor L3110 is supported by the Intel® Server Board S3210SHLC.
The team is working to update the tested processor list.
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are there any power consumption figures around for this particular CPU or actually in comparison with the E3110 (65W TDP Version) ?
edit: with regard to SPECpower - i couldn´t find any benchmarks for the L3110, only for CPUs like L3360/X3360/X3220 and older 3070