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The wiki page says that X99 chipset is under Cseries chipsets. The Intel page says that X99 is under Intel 9 series chipsets.
Intel® C Series Chipset and Intel® X99 Chipset PCH Spec Update
Who’s right or am I reading it wrong? EarthDog Nov 9, Joined Chiset 31, Messages 12, 3. C6 0 0 is X79 – https: I didn’t understand how to read that since it has “AND”.
So, you think that C is another name for X99? The C chipset is for xeon cpus and server class motherboards.
X99 is for non xeon cpus. I think there may chjpset some crossover though. What are you really asking I’m trying to understand what PCH I have. I cannot check on the chip itself since it has a heat sink on it.
The mobo has Xeon CPU. The mobo specs says it has series.
You have a server board which uses the c chipset. CPUz shows what cpu is under the heatsink as well EarthDogI think I got it now.
Is C610 series equivalent name for Intel 9 series?
The C series chippset two variations, one for servers and workstations which is C and one for non-xeon CPUs which is X99, right? Since I have Xeon server it means that I have C chipset, right? They are separate chipset for separate CPUs and functionality, yes. Joined Nov 27, Messages 0. NO, the cpu you have does not mean segies have a server chipset, it just is more probable.
If you have a desktop motherboard any consumer, chpset etc. The naming you see in device manager simply means that most of those devices are parallel in those two chipset and could be named any name- c or x99, also the cpu itself contains some of them as the northbridge is in it as well.
Having a xeon cpu means it is supported by either x99 chioset c, it does not imply you have a server board per se c You must log in or register to reply here.