List of LGA 771 & 775 CPUs + Current Prices

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On this page, we've combined all of Intel's quad core LGA 771 and LGA 775 CPUs into 1 table (sorted by speed). This should make it easier to compare prices and specifications if you're considering the LGA 771 to 775 MOD.

  • Intel Core 2 Quad
  • Intel Core 2 Extreme
  • LGA 771 Xeon
  • LGA 775 Xeon

List of Quad Core LGA 771 & 775 CPUs

Note: The prices and links shown below are for eBay. All prices are current and are automatically updated throughout the day.

CPUPrice
(Dec 12)
Speed
& Ratio
L2 CacheFSBTDPNodeCodename
& Socket
Stepping
(sSpec)
  • Xeon X5492
$49 3.40 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1600 150 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBD)
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  • Xeon X5470
$24 3.33 GHz
10.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 120 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBF)
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~ 3.20 GHz
  • Xeon X5460
$15 3.17 GHz
9.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 120 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBA)
C0 (SLANP)
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  • Xeon X5482
$15 3.20 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1600 120 W
150 W
45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBG)
C0 (SLANZ)
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  • Core 2 Extreme QX9770
$150 3.20 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1600 136 W45nm
  • Yorkfield XE
  • LGA 775
C1 (SLAWM)
C0 (SLAN2)
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  • Xeon X3380
$200 3.17 GHz
9.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLGPG)
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  • Core 2 Extreme QX9775
Sold out 3.20 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1600 150 W45nm
  • Yorkfield XE
  • LGA 771
C0 (SLANY)
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~ 3.00 GHz
  • Xeon X5450
$10 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 120 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBE)
C0 (SLASB)
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  • Xeon E5450
$11 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBM)
C0 (SLANQ)
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  • Xeon E5472
$14 3.00 GHz
7.5x
2 x 6 MB 1600 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBH)
C0 (SLANR)
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  • Xeon X5472
$16 3.00 GHz
7.5x
2 x 6 MB 1600 120 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBB)
C0 (SLASA)
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  • Xeon X5365
$20 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 4 MB 1333 150 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAED)
B3 (SLAC3)
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  • Core 2 Extreme QX6850
$35 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 4 MB 1333 130 W65nm
  • Kentsfield XE
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLAFN)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9650
$39 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLB8W)
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  • Core 2 Extreme QX6800
$42 2.93 GHz
11.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 130 W65nm
  • Kentsfield XE
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLACP)
B3 (SL9UK)
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  • Xeon X3370
$48 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLB8Z)
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  • Core 2 Extreme QX9650
$57 3.00 GHz
9.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 130 W45nm
  • Yorkfield XE
  • LGA 775
C1 (SLAWN)
C0 (SLAN3)
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~ 2.83 GHz
  • Xeon E5462
$9 2.80 GHz
7.0x
2 x 6 MB 1600 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBN)
C0 (SLANT)
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  • Xeon E5440
$10 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBJ)
C0 (SLANS)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9500
$15 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 3 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGZ4)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9505
$17 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 3 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGYY)
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  • Xeon X3363
$18 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBC3)
C0 (SLASC)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9550
$22 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLB8V)
C1 (SLAWQ)
C0 (SLAN4)
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  • Xeon X3360
$25 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLB8X)
C1 (SLAWZ)
C0 (SLAN5)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9505S
$40 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 3 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGYZ)
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  • Xeon L3360
$60 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLGPF)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9550S
$62 2.83 GHz
8.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLGAE)
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2.67 GHz
  • Xeon E5430
$7 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBK)
C0 (SLANU)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9400
$8 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 3 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLB6B)
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  • Xeon X5355
$8 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 4 MB 1333 120 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEG)
B3 (SLAC4)
B3 (SL9YM)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q8400
$9 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 2 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGT6)
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  • Xeon X3330
$12 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 3 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLB6C)
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  • Xeon X3353
$13 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBC4)
C0 (SLASD)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q6700
$14 2.67 GHz
10.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 95 W65nm
  • Kentsfield
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLACQ)
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  • Xeon X3230
$17 2.67 GHz
10.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 95 W65nm
  • Kentsfield
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLACS)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9450
$18 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
C1 (SLAWR)
C0 (SLAN6)
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  • Core 2 Extreme QX6700
$18 2.67 GHz
10.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 130 W65nm
  • Kentsfield XE
  • LGA 775
B3 (SL9UL)
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  • Xeon L5430
$20 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 50 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBQ)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q8400S
$22 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 2 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGT7)
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  • Xeon X3350
$23 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
E0 (SLB8Y)
C1 (SLAX2)
C0 (SLAN7)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9400S
$32 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 3 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLG9U)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9450S
$44 2.67 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield
  • LGA 775
C1 (SLAWY)
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2.50 GHz
  • Xeon E5420
$5 2.50 GHz
7.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBL)
C0 (SLANV)
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  • Xeon L5420
$6 2.50 GHz
7.5x
2 x 6 MB 1333 50 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBR)
C0 (SLARP)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q8300
$7 2.50 GHz
7.5x
2 x 2 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGUR)
R0 (SLB5W)
Note: SLB5W does not support Intel VT-X
View Sellers
  • Xeon X3323
$7 2.50 GHz
7.5x
2 x 3 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • LGA 771
R0 (SLBC5)
M0 (SLASE)
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  • Core 2 Quad Q9300
$7 2.50 GHz
7.5x
2 x 3 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
M1 (SLAWE)
M0 (SLAMX)
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  • Xeon X3320
$9 2.50 GHz
7.5x
2 x 3 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLB69)
M1 (SLAWF)
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~ 2.40 GHz
  • Xeon E5345
$5 2.33 GHz
7.0x
2 x 4 MB 1333 80 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEJ)
B3 (SLAC5)
B3 (SL9YL)
View Sellers
  • Xeon E5410
$5 2.33 GHz
7.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBC)
C0 (SLANW)
View Sellers
  • Core 2 Quad Q8200
$6 2.33 GHz
7.0x
2 x 2 MB 1333 95 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLG9S)
M1 (SLB5M)
Note: Does not support Intel VT-X
View Sellers
  • Xeon L5410
$6 2.33 GHz
7.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 50 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBS)
C0 (SLAP4)
View Sellers
  • Xeon X3220
$8 2.40 GHz
9.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 105 W65nm
  • Kentsfield
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLACT)
B3 (SL9UP)
View Sellers
  • Core 2 Quad Q6600
$8 2.40 GHz
9.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 95 W
105 W
65nm
  • Kentsfield
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLACR)
B3 (SL9UM)
View Sellers
  • Core 2 Quad Q8200S
$17 2.33 GHz
7.0x
2 x 2 MB 1333 65 W45nm
  • Yorkfield-6M
  • LGA 775
R0 (SLGSS)
R0 (SLG9T)
Note: SLG9T does not support Intel VT-X
View Sellers
2.13 GHz
  • Xeon X3210
$8 2.13 GHz
8.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 105 W65nm
  • Kentsfield
  • LGA 775
G0 (SLACU)
B3 (SL9UQ)
View Sellers
  • Xeon L5408
$14 2.13 GHz
8.0x
2 x 6 MB 1066 40 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBT)
C0 (SLAP5)
View Sellers
  • Core 2 Quad Q6400
Sold out 2.13 GHz
8.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 105 W65nm
  • Kentsfield
  • LGA 775
B3 (SL9UN)
View Sellers
2.00 GHz
  • Xeon E5335
$4 2.00 GHz
6.0x
2 x 4 MB 1333 80 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEK)
B3 (SLAC7)
B3 (SL9YK)
View Sellers
  • Xeon E5405
$5 2.00 GHz
6.0x
2 x 6 MB 1333 80 W45nm
  • Harpertown
  • LGA 771
E0 (SLBBP)
C0 (SLAP2)
View Sellers
  • Xeon L5335
$5 2.00 GHz
6.0x
2 x 4 MB 1333 50 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEN)
View Sellers
1.87 GHz
  • Xeon L5320
$4 1.87 GHz
7.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 50 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEP)
B3 (SLAC9)
B3 (SLA4Q)
View Sellers
  • Xeon E5320
$7 1.87 GHz
7.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 80 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEL)
B3 (SLAC8)
B3 (SL9MV)
View Sellers
1.60 GHz
  • Xeon E5310
$4 1.60 GHz
6.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 80 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEM)
B3 (SLACB)
B3 (SL9XR)
View Sellers
  • Xeon L5310
$6 1.60 GHz
6.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 50 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAEQ)
B3 (SLACA)
B3 (SL9MT)
View Sellers
  • Xeon L5318
Sold out 1.60 GHz
6.0x
2 x 4 MB 1066 40 W65nm
  • Clovertown
  • LGA 771
G0 (SLAJE)
View Sellers

Key features and differences between Quad Core LGA 771 & 775 CPUs

Topics in this section
  1. 45nm Comparison
  2. 65nm Comparison

The CPUs shown below are grouped by codename, since most CPUs with the same codename are very similar. You can find the codename for each processor in the main CPU table.

45nm Comparison

The most important thing to notice is that the Yorkfield-6M CPUs (LGA 775) have half the cache of the others.

 HarpertownYorkfield-CLYorkfield XEYorkfieldYorkfield-6M
CPUs
(where x = any digit)
Xeon X54xx, E54xx, L54xxXeon X33x3Core 2 Extreme QX9xxx
  • Core 2 Quad Q9x50
  •  
  • Xeon X33x0, L33x0
  • Core 2 Quad Q9x0x, Q8xxx
  •  
  • Xeon X3330, X3320
SocketLGA 771LGA 771
  • LGA 771
  • LGA 775
LGA 775LGA 775
MicroarchitecturePenrynPenrynPenrynPenrynPenryn
L2 Cache2 × 6 MB
  • 2 × 6 MB
  • 2 × 3 MB
2 × 6 MB2 × 6 MB
  • Q8xxx:
    2 × 2 MB
  •  
  • All others:
    2 × 3 MB
Unlocked ratio (multiplier)Not supportedNot supportedSupportedNot supportedNot supported
SSE4.1SupportedSupportedSupportedSupportedSupported
Virtualization Technology (VT-x)SupportedSupportedSupportedSupported Supported All (except Q8200)[a]
Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)Not supportedNot supportedNot supportedSupported All (except Xeons) Supported All (except Q9500, Q8xxx, Xeons)
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST) Supported All (except E5405)SupportedSupportedSupportedSupported
Demand Based Switching Supported All (except E5405, L5408)Not supportedNot supportedNot supportedNot supported
Trusted Execution Technology (TXT)Not supportedNot supportedNot supportedSupported All (except Xeons) Supported All (except Q9500, Q8xxx, Xeons)
Dual CPU ConfigurationsSupportedNot supported
  • Supported QX9775
  • Not supported All others
Not supportedNot supported
Die Size2 × 107 mm2
  • 2 × 107 mm2
  •  
  • X3323:
    2 × 82 mm2
2 × 107 mm22 × 107 mm22 × 82 mm2
Voltage0.85–1.35 V0.85–1.35 V0.85–1.36 V0.85–1.36 V0.85–1.36 V
  • a Note: Some revisions of the Q8200S and Q8300 also do not support VT-x (see notes in the CPU table).

65nm Comparison

 ClovertownKentsfield XEKentsfield
CPUs
(where x = any digit)
Xeon X53xx, E53xx, L53xxCore 2 Extreme QX6xxx
  • Core 2 Quad Q6xxx
  •  
  • Xeon X32xx
SocketLGA 771LGA 775LGA 775
MicroarchitectureCoreCoreCore
L2 Cache2 × 4 MB2 × 4 MB2 × 4 MB
Unlocked ratio (multiplier)Not supportedSupportedNot supported
SSE4.1Not supportedNot supportedNot supported
Virtualization Technology (VT-x)SupportedSupportedSupported
Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)Not supportedNot supportedNot supported
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST)Supported All (except E5310 & E5335)SupportedSupported
Demand Based Switching
  • Supported X53xx, E5345, E5320, L5318
  •  
  • Not supported All others
Not supportedNot supported
Trusted Execution Technology (TXT)Not supportedNot supportedNot supported
Dual CPU ConfigurationsSupportedNot supportedNot supported
Die Size2 × 143 mm22 × 143 mm22 × 143 mm2
Voltage
  • L53xx[a]:
    1.10–1.25 V
  •  
  • All others:
    1.00–1.50 V
1.1–1.37 V
  • Core 2 Quad:
  • 1.1–1.37 V
  •  
  • Xeon:
  • 0.85–1.5 V
  • a Clovertown voltage range exceptions: Xeon L5335 is 1.00–1.50 V and L5318 is 0.90–1.25 V.

CPU Steppings (revisions) & CPUID Information

If you're unsure what a stepping is, Intel basically creates a new stepping (or revision) whenever they make a major change to a processor. This usually fixes bugs, adds new features, reduces power consumption, or improves overclocking.

SteppingNodeReleasedL2 CacheCPUsCPUID
E045nmAugust 20082 x 6 MB
  • Harpertown
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • Yorkfield
1067A
C145nmMarch 20082 x 6 MB
  • Yorkfield
  • Yorkfield XE
10677
C045nmNovember 20072 x 6 MB
  • Harpertown
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • Yorkfield
  • Yorkfield XE
10676
R045nmAugust 2008
  • ≤ 2 x 3 MB
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • Yorkfield-6M
1067A
M145nmMarch 2008
  • 2 x 3 MB
  • 2 x 2 MB
Yorkfield-6M10677
M045nmMarch 20082 x 3 MB
  • Yorkfield-CL
  • Yorkfield-6M
10676
G065nmApril 20072 x 4 MB
  • Clovertown
  • Kentsfield XE
  • Kentsfield
06FB
B365nmNovember 20062 x 4 MB
  • Clovertown
  • Kentsfield XE
  • Kentsfield
06F7

44 Responses

  • hyan March 22, 20187:59 am

    have mobo p5ql pro, really confused between x5470 vs e5450 or x5460 too,is tat extra 0.33 ghz speed really matters? as 5470 is expensive for me. waiting for its price to be reduced,by the way pls tell me 5470 wud reallly make difference from others. i use internet with many pages,play medium games ..mostly counterstrike,watch hd videos,thats all are my usage. thanks,hope i get a convincing reply. :)

    Reply
    • Franklin Zelch November 5, 20184:16 pm

      @hyan, who manufactures your motherboard, like is it Gigabyte, Dell, Abit, ASus…? You only state “mobo p5ql pro” which is not enough information. However, I will assume you have the Asus P5GL Pro motherboard. All of the Xeon processors you stated are Hapertown 1333 with 12M L2 cash. Each of those cpu’s have different TDP’s and you need to know what the maximum TDP is for your motherboard. According to this websites “tested motherboard list” the Asus P5QL Pro words with the following Xeon cpu’s, : E5410, E5450, x3353. The E5450 is the fastest at 3Ghz and is listed at $14 at the moment. I’d go with the E5450. I use the E5450 on 2 of my computers and they operate great. Make sure you have the latest BIOS installed on your motherboard first.

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      • hyan November 16, 20181:56 am

        hi,thank you so much for replying,sorry for not mentioning the manufactures name,its asus p5ql pro,and i have bought already x5470 as its price came affordable but not using it as i dont have proper cpu cooling fan yet,but i tested it after upgrading xeon bios,it worked good ,then i took ot off fearing for high temperature in 80c in summer,could you tell me if this https://www.amazon.in/Antec-A40-CPU-FAN/dp/B00HUJXWZY will be ok for this x5470 cpu,thanks

        Reply
        • Franklin Zelch November 16, 20189:41 pm

          @ Hyan, yes the Antec A40 CPU cooling fan will work for the Xeon X5470 processor. Glad to know the cpu works with your motherboard. Good luck.

          Reply
          • hyan November 17, 20189:16 am

            thanks for replying,hope it keeps my x5470 cool even during summers ,could you tell me if i use gray thermal paste which is only easy available for me here could keep cpu cool,i could change those thermal paste every once 5 months if needed,also please tell would my capacitors would be safe from heat ,as i use my computer much for browsing and steaming videos ,play countrer strike 1.6 ,thats all ,i have 3gb ram, one fan 92mm for south bridge as it was hot when i touched ,so kept it.this is the cabinet-http://www.mercury-pc.com/images/pr_ca/KM/pr_casing_km84_b.jpg
            i dont have other fans,but i have removed the top rof of the cabinet hoping it would help warm air to escape. thanks for helpin me :)

  • Stew57 November 18, 20181:13 am

    I have been running a X5492 in a Gigabyte EP45T-UD3LR for several years now. Works fine with no problems.

    Reply

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