Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6 is our ultra-low pick - discard Intel Xeon E3-1200 V6 CPUs. Like the Intel Xeon E3-1220 V6 we reviewed, it has no Intel hyperthreading, which means it is the most efficient part of the 4-center / 4-thread. It does have two key blessings to reduce the stop brother, making it really worth $20 for the improvement.
First, it has a combined GPU. If you are using these chips at a low exit workstation and then trying to prove more than $20 in value-added, you don't have to buy a PCIe GPU, no longer use slots, and the VALUE of the GPU.
Second, clock speeds (basic and faster) expand to several with the help of about 10%. 3 GHZ and three. 7 GHZ respectively. In this briefing, we will look at the impact of this speed bump on overall performance compared to Intel Xeon E3-1220 V6, and the impact of other CPUs within this overall performance range.
Intel Xeon E3 1200 V6 cooling fan
For this setup, we used what we expected to be a reasonable regular server:
CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1225V6
Motherboard: US AMD X11SSH-F
Memory: 2X 16GB ECC DDR4-2400(important)
SSD: Intel DC S3710 400GB
Operating system: Ubuntu 14.04. Five LTS(overall performance benchmarks), Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS, VMware ESXi 6.5, Centos 7.3 We did need to take a moment to explain some of the assessment facts we were going to use. We have the complete AMD Ryzen SKU stack information, as well as the complete Xeon E3-1200 V6 variety of CPU core/clock versions. We also have legacy data points to provide an additional perspective.
It's hard compared to Ryzen. Although it supports ECC recall on the CPU, we still haven't seen enough software programs mature to name it a powerful server platform. Also, at the time of this writing, there is an incredible workstation structure, but no actual server structure. If you want a server, you need the E3-1200 V6. If you're building a computer with an NVIDIA or AMD GPU, Ryzen is definitely a competitor. If you're using an onboard GPU, Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6 has a huge advantage because the GPU doesn't need to be powered by PCIe slots and PCIe tools.
We have the I7-7700 and i7-7700K chips in the Intel and the comparison is also very good. Although many companies will say that workstations undoubtedly need ECC memory, many customers will change ECC memory to get 25% extra performance.
Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6 benchmark
In our experiments, we used the Linux-Bench script, which helped us see cross-platform "lowest common denominator" results. We use GCC because of its ubiquity as the default compiler. You can see the information for each benchmark here. We will most likely update Linux-Bench to near fate with some new tests as well as fair and less complex applications/faster modifications, but for now, our use of legacy models now has more than 100,000 looks under the belt.
4.2 Kernel collection benchmarks
Over the past few years, this has been one of the most demanding benchmarks for something. This task became easy as we had a well-known configuration report, Linux 4.4. Kernel to kernel. Organize and leverage every thread in the gadget. We express the results in terms of compilation time to make the study easier.
As you can see, Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6 runs without hyperthreading. It does have a wide range of overall performance advantages over GPU-free Xeon E3-1220 V6.
C-ray 1.1 Overall performance
We've been using C-Ray for performance checks for years. This is a well-known ray-tracing benchmark for showing differences between processors under multithreaded workloads.
Intel to top 1200 E3 V6 intermediate Core I5 and I7 C ray benchmark ComparisonIntel Xeon E3 1200 V6 Intermediate Core I5 and I7 C ray benchmark ComparisonHere again, we can see that V6 part bless better clock speed in Intel Xeon E3-1220 V6. It still lags far behind Intel Xeon E3-1230V6.
7 - Zip compression performance
Zip is a widely used cross-platform compression/decompression program. We started using this system during our early Windows checks. It is now part of Linux-Bench.
Intel Xeon E3 1200 V6 and Core I5 I7 Zip compression benchmarks compare compressed workloads, and the lack of hyper-threading is hurting the CPU.
NAMD - NAMD performance
NAMD is an advanced molecular modeling benchmark, organized through theoretical and computational biophysics at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. More facts about benchmarking can be found here. We may update this or add Linux-Bench in the next technology because the check is currently walking through regression.
NAMD benchmark for Intel Xeon E3 1225 V6
The overall performance of NAMD shows that even without hyperthreading, Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6 can compete with Intel Xeon E3-1230 V3, which predates it by three generations, and adds an SKU to the stack.
Check the Sysbench CPU
Sysbench is another widely used Linux benchmark. In particular, we check CPU usage, instead of checking OLTP, we use it for some storage tests.
Here, we see the better clock speed allowing the chip to leap-over the Intel Xeon E3-1220 V6, giving it a huge advantage.
OpenSSL overall performance
OpenSSL is widely used for communication between servers. In many server stacks, this is a key protocol. We first examine our symbol check:
Intel Xeon E3 1225 V6 OpenSSL signal benchmark
And our Affirm assessment:
The exciting thing is that we see this chip outperform AMD Ryzen 1500X, a high clock 4C/ 8T section, even without the benefits of hyperthreading.
One of our longest tests was the old UnixBench 5.1.3 Dhrystone 2 and Whetstone Effects. They are really getting older, however, we keep getting requests for them, and when we put them aside, we get a lot of angry messages. UnixBench is widely used and is therefore an excellent comparison factor.
Comparison of Intel Xeon E3 1200V6 and Center I5 Center I7 UnixBench Whetstone benchmarks In terms of raw computing, the lack of hyperthreading affects Xeon E3-1225 V6 performance.
The baseline of Intel Xeon E3 1200 V6 and I7 UnixBench Dhrystone 2 is compared with the baseline of I7 UnixBench Dhrystone 2 in I5, and Xeon E3-1225 V6 is likely to be very strong.
One last word
Aside from the price you're going to get behind the rock, Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6 gets our nod, not Intel Xeon E3-1220 V6. GPU additions can be useful in some cases, especially if you're using it for video fast synchronization coding or something like that. In this day and age, you can't get the best Gpus right now, however a considerable deceleration is critical because of the lack of hyperthreading.