Intel Xeon

This page will show all objects that classify as Intel Xeon, and if possible sorted on production date.


Click on the blue name(s) below for detailed information, pictures and benchmarks (if available).

View processor details Intel Xeon 3.73 GHz 'Unknown'
Intel Xeon 3.73 GHz 'Unknown'

This CPU has no marking or laser etching on the heatsink so the sSpec number and production date remain unknown. To identify this chip I've tested it in my LGA775 motherboards and found out that it would only run in my Gigabyte P35-DS3 Rev1.0. Motherboards like ASUS P5P800SE, ASRock 775Dual-VSTA and... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 2400DP 'SL6GD'
Intel Xeon 2400DP 'SL6GD'

Introduced in November 2002 and capable of running in dual CPU (SMP or Symmetric multiprocessing) configurations. As a decent Northwood CPU this was often a choice for use in dual CPU workstations.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 3.06GHz 'SL6VP'
Intel Xeon 3.06GHz 'SL6VP'

Released in March 2003 and is the fastest Xeon based on the Prestonia core. Prestonia is virtually identical to the Northwood core which is used for the Pentium 4 desktop line.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 3.33GHz 'SL8EY'
Intel Xeon 3.33GHz 'SL8EY'

Potomac is based on the 90nm Prescott core. The fastest Potomac CPU's (running at 3.0 and 3.33GHz) feature 8MB L3-cache. It's slower model, running at 2.83GHz, has to work with just 4MB L3-cache. These CPU's we're released on 29 March 2005 and quite expensive. Especially considering that these CPU's... > Read more

View processor details Intel Xeon 3050 'SL9VS'
Intel Xeon 3050 'SL9VS'

Not all Xeon's use S771 (sockets usually seen on workstation/server motherboards). This Xeon can be fitted in S775 sockets which are used in normal desktop systems. Internally it's equivelant to a Core 2 Duo E6400 which has the same core and the same 2133MHz clock frequency and cache sizes.... > Read more