I was reading my HP Workstation datasheet and found there the following:
Intel Xeon E5-2690 - Turbo Boost Technology : 4,9 GHz
Even if I consider it is a Single core speed, the ark.intel website shows me a Max Turbo boost of 3,80GHz for the Single core
So how is this Turbo 4,9GHz achievable ? Maybe using water cooling ?
HP Z620 WS - Dual E5-2690 / 32Gb ECC Reg / Consumer GPU
The Intel specs on all four versions of the e5-2690 show that maximum turbo frequency between 3.40 and 3.80:
Perhaps the HP documentation is in error. I would have HP verify their document(s).