Single Quad Core processor what model?

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  1. MythicFrost macrumors 68040

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  2. dsiew81 macrumors member

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    W3520 (2.66) & W3540 (2.93).

    Google it next time.
     
  3. MythicFrost thread starter macrumors 68040

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    Thanks. I prefer to ask here though, I believe more what I'm told here than what I research on Google.

    Kind Regards
     
  4. nanofrog macrumors G4

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    Intel's sites would have been accurate enough. ;) Just figure out the exact P/N's by the clock speed. :p
     
  5. MythicFrost thread starter macrumors 68040

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    I was trying to figure it out from the intel site for over half an hour, I found the 5500 easily but the 3500 took a while, and then I saw multiple versions :p

    What's a P/N?

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  6. nanofrog macrumors G4

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    P/N = Part Number, such as W3520, E5520 (base model parts for the Quad and Octad '09's respectively). ;)

    You can even just place in the numbers, as in some cases, the letter preceeding it can exist for the same digits. You might have an L5520 and E5520 for example.

    Here's a list of what the letters mean:
    X = eXtreme Performance (and power)
    E = Enterprise (Mainstream)
    W = Workstation
    L = Low Power
     
  7. J the Ninja macrumors 68000

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    TDPs are 95w, 65w, 130w, and 45w, respectively.
     
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  9. nanofrog macrumors G4

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    The TDP can change as the chips do, so I just gave a letter definition, as they use them for the different families.
     

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