CPU upgrade question for Mac Pro 1,1

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by villagemusicman, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. villagemusicman macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Hi All,

    Hope you're all having a good weekend so far :)

    If possible, i could really do with your advice and guidance. For a long time now i've been searching for a matched pair of X5365 CPUs to upgrade my Mac Pro. I think i now have BUT the MPN number is a bit strange.

    Here's the details:

    Detailed item info
    Product MPN
    MPN 453188-B21

    Key Features
    Product Type Processor Upgrade
    Front Side Bus Speed 1333 MHz
    Socket Type Socket 771
    Architecture 65 nanometers
    Package Type OEM / Unboxed

    Processor
    Product Type Processor Upgrade
    Manufacturer Intel
    Clock Speed 3 GHz

    Memory
    L2 Cache Size 8 MB
    L1 Cache Size 256 KB

    Other Features
    Included Devices Heat Sink
    Processor Features Enhanced Intel Speedstep technology, Execute Disable Bit, Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T), Hyper-Threading Technology, Quad Core, Virtualization Technology
    Platform PC
    Package Qty. 1

    Is getting two of these advisable ?

    Would really appreciate your input,

    Thanks,

    VMM


    EDIT: Should also mention they look like they're made by HP..........not sure if that helps

    Got this from memory4less.......

    "HP 3.0GHz 1333MHz FSB 8MB L2 Cache Socket 771 Intel Xeon Quad Core X5365 Processor Upgrade for HP ProLiant BL480c G1 Server Mfr P/n 453188-B21"

    Processor
    64 Bit Support Yes
    Brand Intel
    Clock Speed 3.0 GHz
    Cooling Device No
    Core Model Type/ProcNo. X5365
    Core Stepping G0
    Cores Quad Core
    CPU ID String 06FBh
    CPU Socket Type LGA771
    Front Side Bus 1333 MHz
    L2 Cache Size 8 MB
    Manufacturing Technology 65 nm
    Processor Code Name Clovertown
    Processor Type Server
    Series Xeon Processor
    Thermal Power 120 Watts
    Virtualization Technology Support Yes
    Voltage 1.35V
     
  2. Spacedust macrumors 6502a

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    #2
    Yes. Any X5365 will work, because there was only one stepping ;)
     
  3. nambuccaheadsau macrumors 6502a

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    CPU Upgrade Question for Mac Pro 1.1

    Whilst this thread is now six months old, does the suitability of X5365 3GHz processors, socket 771 change subject to brand of computer as see them for HP, Dell etc as well as the Mac Pro?
     
  4. glay78 macrumors newbie

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