List of Intel Itanium microprocessors

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The Itanium from Intel is a high-end server and supercomputer microprocessor.

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Itanium (2001)

"Merced" (180 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3
Itanium 733733 MHz 96 KB 2 MB 133 MHz111.25–1.6 V116PAC4182001-06
Itanium 733733 MHz96 KB4 MB133 MHz111.25–1.6 V130PAC4182001-06
Itanium 800800 MHz96 KB2 MB133 MHz111.25–1.6 V116PAC4182001-06
Itanium 800800 MHz96 KB4 MB133 MHz111.25–1.6 V130PAC4182001-06

Itanium 2 (2002-2007)

McKinley (180 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3
Itanium 2 900900 MHz256 KB1.5 MB400 MT/s11130PAC6112002-07-08
Itanium 2 900900 MHz256 KB3 MB400 MT/s11130PAC6112002-07-08
Itanium 2 10001000 MHz256 KB1.5 MB400 MT/s11130PAC6112002-07-08
Itanium 2 10001000 MHz256 KB3 MB400 MT/s11130PAC6112002-07-08

Madison (130 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3
Itanium 2 900 900 MHz256 KB1.5 MB400 MT/s1190PAC6112003-09-08
Itanium 2 1000 1000 MHz256 KB3 MB400 MT/s11100PAC6112003-06-30
Itanium 2 1300 1300 MHz256 KB3 MB400 MT/s1197PAC6112003-06-30
Itanium 2 1400 1400 MHz256 KB4 MB400 MT/s1191PAC6112003-06-30
Itanium 2 1500 1500 MHz256 KB4 MB400 MT/s11107PAC6112003-06-30
Itanium 2 1500 1500 MHz256 KB6 MB400 MT/s11107PAC6112003-06-30
Itanium 2 1600 1600 MHz256 KB6 MB533 MT/s11122PAC6112003-06-30
Itanium 2 1666 1666 MHz256 KB6 MB667 MT/s11122PAC6112005-07-18

Madison 9M (130 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3
Itanium 2 1600 1600 MHz256 KB9 MB533 MT/s11122PAC6112004-11-08
Itanium 2 1666 1666 MHz256 KB9 MB667 MT/s11122PAC6112005-07-18

Deerfield (130 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3
Itanium 2 10001000 MHz256 KB1.5 MB400 MT/s1162PAC6112003-09-08

Fanwood (130 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3
Itanium 2 1300LV1300 MHz256 KB3 MB400 MT/s1162PAC6112004-11-08
Itanium 2 16001600 MHz256 KB3 MB400 MT/s11PAC6112004-11-08
Itanium 2 16001600 MHz256 KB3 MB533 MT/s11PAC6112004-11-08

Hondo MCM (130 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease date
L2 L3 L4
Itanium 2 mx2 [1] 1100 MHz2×256 KB2×4 MB32 MB400 MT/s21260PAC611Q1 2004

Montecito (90 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedMultiplierCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease datePrice (USD)
L2 L3
Itanium 2 9010 1.6 GHz 256 KB6 MB533 MHz12×111.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q1 2007$696
Itanium 2 9015 1.4 GHz256 KB12 MB400 MHz14×211.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q1 2007$749
Itanium 2 9020 1.42 GHz256 KB12 MB533 MHz10.5×211.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q1 2007$910
Itanium 2 9030 1.6 GHz256 KB8 MB533 MHz12×211.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q1 2007$1552
Itanium 2 9040 1.6 GHz256 KB18 MB533 MHz12×211.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q1 2007$1980
Itanium 2 9050 1.6 GHz256 KB24 MB533 MHz12×211.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q1 2007$3692

Montvale (90 nm)

Model numberClock speedCache FSB speedMultiplierCoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease datePrice (USD)
L2 L3
Itanium 2 9110N 1.6 GHz256 KB12 MB533 MHz12×111.0875–1.25 V75 WPPGA611Q4 2007$696
Itanium 2 9120N 1.42 GHz256 KB12 MB533 MHz10.5×221.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007$910
Itanium 2 9130M 1.66 GHz256 KB8 MB667 MHz10×211.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007$1552
Itanium 2 9140M 1.66 GHz256 KB18 MB667 MHz10×221.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007$1980
Itanium 2 9140N 1.6 GHz256 KB18 MB533 MHz12×221.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007$1980
Itanium 2 9150M 1.66 GHz256 KB24 MB667 MHz10×221.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007$3692
Itanium 2 9150N 1.6 GHz256 KB24 MB533 MHz12×221.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007$3692
Itanium 2 9152M 1.66 GHz256 KB24 MB667 MHz10×221.0875–1.25 V104 WPPGA611Q4 2007?

Itanium (2007–2019)

Tukwila (65 nm)

All models support: XD bit (an NX bit implementation), Hyper-threading, Turbo Boost, VT-i2 (Itanium Virtualization technology), Intel VT-d, RAS with Advanced Machine Check Architecture, Cache Safe technology, Enhanced Demand Based Switching, two DDR3 memory controllers and ECC.

Model numberClock speedCache QuickPath CoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease datePrice (USD)
Clock speed Turbo Boost L2 L3
Itanium 9310 1.60 GHzN/A256 KiB + 512 KiB10 MiB4.8 GT/s220.8–1.35 V130W LGA1248 2010-02-08$946
Itanium 9320 1.33 GHz1.46 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB16 MiB420.8–1.35 V155W$1614
Itanium 9330 1.46 GHz1.60 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB20 MiB420.8–1.35 V155W$2059
Itanium 9340 1.60 GHz1.73 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB20 MiB420.8–1.35 V185W$2059
Itanium 9350 1.73 GHz1.86 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB24 MiB420.8–1.35 V185W$3838

Poulson (32 nm)

All models support: Itanium New Instructions, [2] XD bit (an NX bit implementation), Intel VT-x, Intel VT-d, VT-i3 (Itanium Virtualization technology), Hyper-threading (with Dual-Domain Multithreading), Turbo Boost, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Cache-Safe technology, RAS with Advanced Machine Check Architecture, Instruction Replay technology, ECC, two DDR3 memory controllers.

Model numberClock speedCache QuickPath CoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease datePrice (USD)
Clock SpeedTurbo-boost L2 L3
Itanium 9520 1.73 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB20 MiB6.4 GT/s42130W LGA1248 2012-11-08$1350
Itanium 9540 2.13 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB24 MiB82170W$2650
Itanium 9550 2.4 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB32 MiB42170W$3750
Itanium 9560 2.53 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB32 MiB82170W$4650

Kittson (32 nm)

The 9700 series is an extension of the 9500 series of Itanium processors.

Model numberClock speedCache QuickPath CoresThreads
per core
Voltage TDP (W)SocketRelease datePrice (USD)
Clock SpeedTurbo-boost L2 L3
Itanium 9720 1.73 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB20 MiB6.4 GT/s42130W LGA1248 2017-05$1350
Itanium 9740 2.13 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB24 MiB82170W$2650
Itanium 9750 2.53 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB32 MiB42170W$3750
Itanium 9760 2.66 GHz256 KiB + 512 KiB32 MiB82170W$4650

See also

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References

  1. Ashlee Vance (6 May 2004). "HP rides Hondo to super-sized Itanium servers". Theregister.co.uk. Retrieved 5 January 2019.
  2. "Intel® Itanium® Processor 9500 Series" (PDF). Intel.com. Retrieved 5 January 2019.