Scan code: LN4679 Manufacturer code: IN-P4XEON533-2800

2.8GHz Intel Xeon™ 533FSB CPU 512K Cache *OEM*

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Scan code: LN4679 Manufacturer code: IN-P4XEON533-2800
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Product Overview The Intel® Xeon™ Processor with 533 MHz Front Side Bus is designed for high-performance
dual-processor workstation and server applications. Based on the Intel® NetBurst™ microarchitecture
and the new Hyper-Threading Technology, it is binary compatible with previous
Intel Architecture (IA-32) processors. The Intel Xeon processor with 533 MHz Front Side Bus is
scalable to two processors in a multiprocessor system providing exceptional performance for
applications running on advanced operating systems such as Windows XP*, Windows* 2000,
Linux*, and UNIX*.

The Intel Xeon processor with 533 MHz Front
Side Bus delivers compute power at unparalleled
value and flexibility for powerful workstations,
internet infrastructure, and departmental server
applications. The Intel® NetBurst™ microarchitecture
and Hyper-Threading Technology
deliver outstanding performance and headroom
for peak internet server workloads, resulting in
faster response times, support for more users, and
improved scalability.

Available at 2, 2.40, 2.66, 2.80, 3.06, 3.06
(1-MB L3 cache), and 3.20 GHz (1-MB
and 2-MB L3 cache)
¦ Dual processing server/workstation support
¦ Binary compatible with applications
running on previous members of Intel’s
IA32 microprocessor line
¦ Intel® NetBurst™ micro-architecture
¦ Hyper-Threading Technology
¦ Hardware support for multithreaded
¦ 533 MHz Front Side Bus
¦ Bandwidth up to 4.3 GB/second
¦ Rapid Execution Engine: Arithmetic Logic
Units (ALUs) run at twice the processor
core frequency
¦ Hyper Pipelined Technology
¦ Advance Dynamic Execution
¦ Very deep out-of-order execution
¦ Enhanced branch prediction
¦ Level 1 Execution Trace Cache stores 12 K
micro-ops and removes decoder latency
from main execution loops
¦ Includes 8 KB Level 1 data cache
¦ 512 -KB Advanced Transfer L2 Cache (ondie,
full speed Level 2 cache) with 8-way
associativity and Error Correcting Code
¦ 1-MB and 2-MB L3 Cache (On-die, full
speed Level 3 Cache) with 8-way
associativity and Error Correcting Code
¦ Enables system support of up to 64 GB of
physical memory
¦ Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (SSE2)
¦ 144 new instructions for double-precision
floating point operations, media/video
streaming, and secure transactions
¦ Enhanced floating point and multimedia
unit for enhanced video, audio, encryption,
and 3D performance
¦ Power Management capabilities
¦ System Management mode
¦ Multiple low-power states
¦ Advanced System Management Features
¦ Thermal Monitor
¦ Machine Check Architecture (MCA)

Model & Type
CPU Type Intel Xeon
CPU Model  
Manufacturing Process  
Cores & Clocks
No. of Cores  
No. of Threads  
Clock Speed 2.8 GHz
Turbo Speed N/A
Turbo Speed (On 1 Core)  
Unlocked CPU No
Bus Speeds
FSB/HT Speed 533MHz
Memory Support
Max. Memory Size  
Max. Memory Speed  
Max. Memory Channels  
ECC Memory Support No
Lanes & Scalability
PCIe Lanes Supported  
Integrated Graphics
Features Integrated Graphics No
Integrated Graphics Model/Type N/A
iGPU Compute Units N/A
iGPU Cores/Streams N/A
iGPU Clock N/A
CPU Cache
L1 Cache  
L2 Cache 512KB
L3 Cache  
Smart Prefetch Cache  
Thermals & Package
Max. TDP  
Thermal Specification  
Heatsink/Cooler Included?  
Package Type OEM

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12 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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0871 472 4747

Additional Notes:
1 year warranty, return to Scan subject to manufacturer's warranty.

Scan Computers International Limited will not be held responsible for any damage due to abnormal use or conditions, misuse, neglect, abuse, accident, improper handling or storage, serial number altered, defaced or removed; or has had the warranty seal on the system altered, defaced or removed, exposure to moisture, unauthorized modifications, alterations, or repairs, improper installation, improper use of any electrical source, undue physical or electrical stress, operator error, non-compliance with instructions.

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