Scan code: LN25239 Manufacturer code: AT80601000741AA

Intel i7 920 CPU

Intel i7 920, D0 SLEBJ S1366, Bloomfield, 2.66 GHz, QPI 4.8GT/s, 8MB Cache, 20x Ratio, 130W, OEM

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Scan code: LN25239 Manufacturer code: AT80601000741AA
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Product Overview In Stock NOW! - This is an OEM CPU and require a heat sink fan to be purchased separately.

Ultra Overclockable D0 Stepping (SLBEJ) Version

Use this CPU with the Prolima Megahalems Cooler LN28040 and overclock to 4GHz!

Intel's next-generation microarchitecture (codenamed "Nehalem") represents the next step in processor energy efficiency, performance, and dynamic scalability. Designed from the ground up to take advantage of hafnium-based Intel® 45nm hi-k metal gate silicon technology, Nehalem will also be the first to introduce Intel® QuickPath technology Features • Dynamic scalability, managed cores, threads, cache, interfaces, and power for energy-efficient performance on demand.

• Design and performance scalability for server, workstation, PC, and mobile demands with support for 2-8+ cores and up to 16+ threads with simultaneous multi-threading (SMT), and scalable cache sizes, system interconnects, and integrated memory controllers.

• Simultaneous multi-threading brings high-performance applications into mainstream computing with 1-16+ threads optimized for a new generation multi-core processor architecture.

• Scalable shared memory of Intel QuickPath technology features memory distributed to each processor with integrated memory controllers and high-speed point-to-point interconnects to unleash the performance of next-generation Intel® multi-core processors.

• Multi-level shared cache improves performance and efficiency by reducing latency to frequently used data.
Model & Type
CPU Type Intel Core i7
CPU Model 920
Socket 1366
Architecture Bloomfield
Manufacturing Process 45 nm
Cores & Clocks
No. of Cores Quad Core
No. of Threads  
Core Ratio 20 x
Clock Speed 2.66 GHz
Turbo Speed N/A
Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 Speed N/A
Unlocked Core Multiplier No
Unlocked Full Range Base Clock (B-Clock) No
Bus Speeds
FSB Speed N/A
QPI Speed 4.8 GT/s
UPI Links/Speed N/A
DMI Speed N/A
Memory Support
Max. Memory Size  
Max. Memory Speed  
Max. Memory Channels  
ECC Memory  
Intel Optane Memory No
Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory No
Lanes & Features
Intel Deep Learning Boost Support No
Node Controller Support No
PCIe Version  
PCIe Lanes  
Integrated Graphics
Features Integrated Graphics No
Integrated Graphics Model/Type  
iGPU Cores  
iGPU Base Clock N/A
iGPU Boost Clock MHz
iGPU Max. Resolution  
CPU Cache
L1 Cache  
L2 Cache 1MB
L3 Cache 8MB
Intel® Smart Cache N/A
Thermals & Package
Max. TDP 130W
Thermal Specification 100 °C
Heatsink/Cooler Included? Not Included, Sold Separately
Package Type OEM
Additional Information
Scan Code LN25239
Model Number AT80601000741AA

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