"have clock speeds 100Mhz-200Mhz faster than current generation Xeons"
Wow, that's less than 10% - not exactly exciting. I suspect the other little extras in the silicon will be far more interesting. If you need more cycles, add more processors/cores and let's face it you will have problems that can be broken into separate work units already if you are buying this thing.
Getting excited about clock speeds is sooooo 1990s. Get with it daddyo. Mind you so is willy waving about your core count.
Come on - what about telling us about the sort of work loads this beast will deal with.